fourth grade

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fourth grade

n
(Education) (in the US)the fourth year of school, when children are nine or ten years old
ˌfourth-ˈgrader n
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At Outwood Academy Bydales in Marske, 85% of students achieved a grade four or above in GCSE English and maths, eclipsing the record 78% A%-C figure from 2016 by 7%.
The grade two women's pair of Lucy Wealleans and Mia Nigrelli claimed bronze, as did the grade four women's twosome of Jenny Lawson and Lilli Gardner.
The counsel apprised the court that Zain was ten years old and a student of grade four.
As per details, Syeed Ameen sent application to Anti corruption department in which he informed that when retire clerks of grade four filed applications for posting their sons in the department, DEO Gohar Ali demanded Rs 90 thousand as bribe.
Keen cyclists can have a go at completing a 38k or 80k route around the Hope Valley in Derbyshire, a technical and rocky route with climbs and descents listed as grade four in difficulty.
The items from the PASEC test were administered in June 2007 to 11,611 pupils in grade four and to 4,379 pupils in grade three, in a total of about 1,000 public schools.
Butuan City - From the 35 Grade Four pupils hospitalized due to food poisoning on Friday, only seven remained at the Agusan del Norte Provincial Hospital (APH) here as of yesterday.
The grade four student at Al Kamal American School identified as R.
Rawalpindi -- Education department of Rawalpindi has started to enlist all those teachers, including schools heads and grade four teachers, who were absent from school on AfterEid wording days during the campaign of Dengue.
Ms Moody, said that evidence showed that the care [to Resident 1] "was below the standard expected, resulting in her developing a grade four pressure ulcer".
According to the NHS' website, a grade four pressure ulcer is the most severe type.
The youngsters on the waiting list face severe difficulties as care is only given to extreme cases, classifed as grade four or five.