approved school


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ap·proved school

(ə-pro͞ovd′)
n. Chiefly British
A school for young offenders; a reform school.

approved school

n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) a former name for community home
Translations

approved school

n (Brit dated) → Erziehungsheim nt

approved school

[əˈpruːvdˈskuːl] n (Brit) (old) → riformatorio
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Contract award notice: Acquisition of approved school furniture for the department of education of navarra warehouse (spain-pamplona: School furniture)
If that failed and there were continued crimes committed, an order was made through the courts for them to go an approved school for a longer period of time - again where the doors were locked and education was provided on site.
The Northumberland Children's Trust was set up to benefit young people in Northumberland and Tyneside using the proceeds of the sale of the former Longhirst Approved School.
The cabinet agreed to add the extra money to the approved school improvement budget, taking the spend on county schools to nearly PS4.8m over the next two financial years.
Dunn said in a message to the campus community that the provost's office will work with faculty, administrators and staff from each approved school to create working groups to gather and provide input, identify issues and opportunities, and help address details as schools are created.
Theft and vandalism resulted not in a caution but a trip to court, and persistent offenders got six months in approved school.
Tommy Rhattigan is recalling events of more than 50 years ago at the former St Vincent's Approved School in Formby - where he was repeatedly abused by a teacher who has since died.
Nzau was shot dead near his residence at the approved school in Othaya town in Nyeri county.
Tantiado said the school, with its approved School Improvement Plan (SIP) launched its "Byutipul Iskul" project this year to promote a clean and green environment as well as create an orderly and child-friendly school.
According to a Rescue 1122 spokesman, earlier, Chief Minister Punjab, Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif approved School Safety Campaign and appreciated the efforts of Rescue 1122 in standardizing the School Safety training material in consultation with all the Districts Emergency Officers (DEO's) from all districts of Punjab for training of School Safety Wardens on standardized format.
The two officers spoke to Savile under caution in 2009 about claims by two approved school pupils and a patient at Stoke Mandeville Hospital that he assaulted them.
The claim was made by Mr James Dixon, head of the special unit at the Red Bank Approved School in Lancashire where Mary spent five years after being convicted of manslaughter to two Scotswood toddlers.

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