Category: Schools

Auckland Grammar School

Auckland Grammar School is a public school in Auckland , New Zealand , where children from the age of thirteen to seventeen teaching and the class of Grade 9 extends to grade 13. Near the school there is a residence that children who come from afar, house. This is one of the largest schools in New Zealand with more than 2,000 students. The school’s motto is ” Per angusta Ad…

ACG Strathallan

ACG Strathallan is a private school and college and is part of the Academic Colleges Group . It is located on the peninsula Hingaia near Auckland southern highway in New Zealand . The school was in February 2001 opened. There is a kindergarten, school (years 1-6) and college (years 7-13). There are almost 1,200 students. Strathallan specializes in British Cambridge qualifications. The principal is Robin Kirkham.

Jesuit gymnasium Vilnius

The Jesuit gymnasium Vilnius ( Lithuanian : Vilniaus jėzuitų Gymnasium ) is a secondary school for boys and girls in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius run by Jesuits industry and those Roman Catholics follow order’s tradition of education. The school is located in the oustad Vilnius. History The Jesuit gymnasium was originally already in 1570 as Collegium Vilnense societati Jesu founded by the Jesuit order. External links Jesuit gymnasium Vilnius (in…

The Doon School

The Doon School is a private boarding school for boys in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India . The school was founded in 1935 by Satish Ranjan Das. The first principal was Arthur E. Foot, a former teacher from Eton College . It has produced many well-known politicians, journalists, writers. The best known is the Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi. motto Knowledge our Light head Peter McLaughlin founder SR Das staff 60…

Sales Eaglesvale

The High Eaglesvale is a high school in Harare , Zimbabwe . It had its origin as Bothashof , an Afrikaans-medium school with close South African ties in the then Southern Rhodesia and later Rhodesia . It became at the end of the colonial stipulated English medium and eventually also for a short while in the independent Zimbabwe as such exists. The language has changed since the African community in…

Cornway College

Cornway College (English: Cornway College) is an English private, selective, co-educational day and boarding school in Mount Hampden, Mashonaland West , Zimbabwe , which 16.5 kilometers from the Harare central business district. Cornway College was founded in 2006 at its current location. It has a preparatory school (Cornway Junior College) and high school (Cornway Senior College). Cornway has a student body of children of different nationalities of the Southern African…

Bothashof

Bothashof was an Afrikaans-medium school with close South African ties in the then Southern Rhodesia and later Rhodesia . It became at the end of minority rule English medium and eventually also for a short while in the independent Zimbabwe as such exists. The language has changed since the African community in this country has so reduced that the school could not survive meaningfully. It was renamed in 1985 Eaglesvale…

Corporal punishment in schools

Corporal punishment in schools refers to deliberate pain or discomfort that is caused in response to undesirable behavior of students in schools. This means that the student or the buttocks [1]or on the hands, [2] with an object struck – like a cane, wood plank, slipper, leather strap or wooden rod. It’s less common, but there are also hiding with an open hand in; especially at primary school level. In…

Physical Education

Physical education ( physical education ), in many Commonwealth countries known as physical exercise , [1] is an educational program related to the physique of the human body. It is presented in primary and secondary education and encourage psychomotor skills through play, or the use of movement to promote health. [2] Physical education in different countries Physical education in Asia In Singapore are pupils from the primary school to require…

Voortrekker High School, Kenilworth

The Voortrekker High School in Cape Town suburb Kenilworth is a former Afrikaans medium high school currently ( 2016 ) taught in English offers 598 students (569 in 2014, 190 more than in 2010 and 221 more than in 2008). The ratio of African to English learners was about 1: 2 in 2010. The trend, however, was that the African students less and English learners longer so that only 34…

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