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Respect@WLD Respect Learning Respect Students Respect Staff Respect the Community Respect your Environment Respect Yourself
Year 11 Revision Plan 10 weeks to go! Monday Maths & Option A Tuesday English & Option B Wednesday Science & Option C Thursday Maths & Topic Review Friday English & Option A Saturday Science & Option B Wednesday Option C & Topic Review
BASICS@WLD • On time for lessons, respect for learning. • Perfect uniform in every lesson. • Come in quietly. Sit down in your correct seat. • Equipment out – pen, pencil, ruler, planner and homework. • Starter activity – no wasted time. • Silent learning, listening to instructions. • Quiet signal - quiet if the teacher raises their hand • Put your hand up if you have a question. • Uniform correct before leaving the lesson. • End of the lesson, stand behind your chair and wait to be dismissed for an orderly exit.
Form Time Programme Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Attendance Assembly Equipment & Indigo Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Assembly Attendance Red Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Assembly Planner and Classcharts Attendance Yellow Planner and Classcharts Assembly Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Attendance Assembly Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Attendance Blue 7
Spring-Week 8: 2 nd Definition 1. Comparable or : similar in certain respects March 2020 analogous adjective Greek: analogos proportionate Examples 1. A brain and a computer are analogous. 2. The way a string vibrates is analogous to the way ripples spread out in water. Etymology: English – ous Synonyms: Similar Like Parallel corresponding 1650 s Current meaning
PSHE Thought for the Week – thank you to Mrs Sweeney Fairtrade Fortnight – 24 th February – 8 th March International Women’s Day – 8 th March Core Theme – Relationships SMSC – Social & Cultural Development FBV – Tolerance (Acceptance) & Mutual © Fairtrade 2011
International Women’s Day and Fairtrade Fortnight International Women’s Day – a global day that has been celebrated for over one hundred years. It celebrates the achievements of women in culture, economics and politics and calls for gender equality. It celebrates women like Rosa Parks, Amelia Earhart and Malala Yousafzai – women that have spoken out for women or challenged gender stereotypes. © Fairtrade 2011
This is Rosine Bekoin. Rosine is a farmer in Côte d’Ivoire © Fairtrade 2011
This is what Rosine grows. Does anybody know what it is? What does Fairtrade mean for Rosine? Fairtrade means that when the price of cocoa drops, she has a safety net in the Fairtrade Minimum Price. The price of cocoa cannot drop below the Minimum Price which means that the she will be able to cover their costs of production. © Fairtrade 2011 Cocoa Pod
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The Women’s Society The work of the Women’s Society makes them strong role models for their children. © Fairtrade 2011
The Women’s Society have invested their Fairtrade Premium in growing other crops like cassava, aubergines and bananas, as well as raising chickens. © Fairtrade 2011 This gives them an independent income that supplements their income from cocoa so that they can pay for all-year round costs like schooling.
“Lots of women don’t believe they can do it. If you ask them who is the head of the family, they say the man. Why can’t you be the head of the family, a woman? If you can save money, you can be the head of the family… Why are you walking behind? . . . Put yourself in front… That’s the vision that we, the women of CAYAT, are fighting for. ” © Fairtrade 2011
Part of Rosine’s role is to empower women to know that they can play a key role in transforming the community. “And then, to have our children, girls too, to work in their offices, like as we see on the TV, the ministers, the President – why can’t a female producer be the President too? We can do it. ” © Fairtrade 2011
£ 4 billion This is the amount that the chocolate industry is worth in the UK for a year. This is the amount of the world’s cocoa that comes from Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana. 60% 20 - 60 The number of seeds in a cocoa pod The amount a typical cocoa farmer earns each day in Côte d’Ivoire. Less than $1 a day 6 million 90% © Fairtrade 2011 Approximate number of cocoa farmers working on small family farms. Percentage of cocoa grown on small family farms.
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Young Business Enterprise Every Tuesday after school. Young Business Enterprise | Walton-le-Dale High School Please support our Year 10 Young Business Enterprise teams and have a shop through the following Christmas gifts from our five companies; Enterprise Sky Squad, Lazer Cutter Industries, Fro, Fin and Gift Company. www. waltonledale. lancs. sch. uk Please support our Young Business Enterprise pupils by checking out their latest Christmas products https: //www. waltonledale. lancs. sch. uk/parents/businessenterpris e Payments can be made over Parent Pay and will be delivered to you in school.
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