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Newsletter 19 - 1/25/15

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We had such an amazing time during MLK Jr. Day! We discussed his life’s work, studied photos, and sang songs. We also made care packages for the Shalom Center. 888 more words

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The long road to - and through - Cambridge


Iwasn’t going to Cambridge. I knew that I wanted to study Theology and it kept being suggested that I consider Oxbridge, but my GCSE grades, whilst good, didn’t match what I had been predicted, and the idea of Oxbridge seemed out of reach. 480 more words

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Newsletter 18 - 1/15/15

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  • We did some winter NWEA tests this week for midyear data collection.
  • We worked on representing our community with paper buildings that have things we need as a community (friendship, etc.)
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Newsletter 17 - 1/9/15

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This week we have started school (obviously) and have been doing Intensives. Intensives is something we usually have after a major break instead of Passions. 1,435 more words

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Build a System First Then Find Your Own Game

System: An aggregate of offensive and defensive techniques from your hands to your feet and applying these techniques starting from a standing position to your first position on the ground. 450 more words

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Salute – by Karina Kava

The purpose of this blog was to explain the skills set that I am hoping to pass on by my joint run club Salute. This information goes towards my Arts Award. 574 more words

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Top Three Student Posts of 2014

Sitting around the house, I have come across numerous year-end messages and reflective blogs from colleagues via Twitter. I told myself I was going to go against the norm and not post my top moments of the year (even though I laid in bed thinking about it last night). 1,874 more words

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