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If I were you... Choosing an issue for an oral presentation [Year 12 English]

Every Friday i’m going to be posting a (hopefully) helpful post on an element of the VCE English course. These will be primarily focused at Year 12 students, though that’s not to say that Year 11 and below will not also benefit from these pointers. 960 more words

At Doon School quality education is balanced with good grades

A very important question most parents and students ask is: What is the balance of education being delivered at the school in terms of Quality Education and Good Grades? 776 more words

Brampton Private Schools

Doon School, Brampton understands the importance of small class sizes

The issue regarding class sizes hadn’t been given careful consideration for a long while. Recent studies have however shown that the smaller the classroom, better the experience for both students and teachers alike. 500 more words

Brampton Private Schools

A Teacher's Perspective

Perhaps this applies especially to teachers, but it seems to me that many people can look back on their school days and remember a particular teacher who inspired them to greatness. 801 more words

Special Education

Need a place to go after school?

By: Yamilet Balderas / Inglewood, CA

If you have no place to go after school, or from 3 pm-5:50 pm, you can come and join the Teen Center! 392 more words

News

A Blog posting...

A Rant about “Labels”

“Fresh before” does help us grocery shop- we can buy with ease products that we believe will stay fresh on our shelves or in our cupboards until consumed.   882 more words

Tutoring

Bringing out the best in me

Starting my second year at University like any student, a solid goal of mine was to get a part-time job related to my degree that I can grow in. 719 more words