schoolgoing

schoolgoing

(ˈskuːlˌɡəʊɪŋ)
n
(Education) the act of going to school
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If the child is schoolgoing or staying with parents then the polio workers mark them as 'not available' in their chart.
Muslim clerics led by Sheikh Mohamed Abdi said the drug menace was in the rise and sucking in schoolgoing children.
Angela, a mother of three schoolgoing children, told Gulf Times that the 'back-to-school' promos being offered currently "help ease the financial impact on the family budget".
" Unicef's Kenya Deputy Representative Patrizia DiGiovanni said they hope the project will lead to better grades for the schoolgoing children.
This may represent a real reduction, as the majority of the ASD patients were below schoolgoing age and were also unlikely to have been in mainstream schooling owing to their disability.
The new educational policy will target all 28 million children of schoolgoing age in the province -- encompassing both those enrolled in institutions and those who are out of school.
[19] However, our supplement (jaggery and raisins) can very well be advised, as the jaggery balls are edible sweet substance and can be consumed by both schoolgoing children and adults.
Secondarily, an attempt will be made to study the factors associated with overweight and obesity among schoolgoing adolescent girls.
The standard size of a Kangri is usually about 6 inches (150 mm) in diameter but it is also available in smaller sizes for schoolgoing children.
Effect of sex education programme on atrisk sexual behaviour of schoolgoing adolescents in Ilorin, Nigeria.
KARACHI -- Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar talking serious notice of increase in fees by certain private schools has assured the parents of schoolgoing children that their grievances will be addressed properly.
(AFP) "We have been fighting YOUR war for a decade now, we have lost numerous lives of civilians, our jawans, even our schoolgoing children as well,"wrote Farhan Bashir on Facebook."Today you are saying this to cover up your failures in Afghanistan?" Some residents in the capital Islamabad said their country was being treated as a scapegoat after being dragged into the conflict following the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001.