split-site

split-site

adj
(Architecture) divided between more than one site
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Proposals to withdraw the split-site lump sum and give both sites separate budgets were supported by the committee, with cabinet due to consider the issue in the coming months, The committee also backed plans to fund the costs of these changes - an extra PS114,000 per year - from contingency balances held across the borough's schools.
Dr Davies said: "As with the rest of the country, we continue to have difficulty recruiting and retaining staff and being a split-site service exacerbates the challenges at our trust.
- Split-site Cross Campus provides application fault tolerance across geographically separated sites
The split-site festival, now in its 17th year, is run across two days at the Essex venue, and Weston Park in Staffordshire.
Over-IP operation allows split-site operation without adding external components, and separating a transmitter from its receiver allows the units to communicate over an IP network.
It's intended the modern 360-place primary school would replace the existing split-site South Moor Greenland infant and junior schools in a bid to avoid the growing repairs and maintenance bill of keeping them open.
V FestiVal, august 20-21 SpLIT-SITe event in essex and Staffs features Arctic Monkeys, eminem, Dizzee and pendulum, but there's an equally exciting roster down the bill, including Kaiser Chiefs and Rihanna.
Sir Alan said: "Is the Prime Minister aware that the split-site buildings of the Duchess's High School in Alnwick are in a far worse state than many of the schools included in Labour's Building Schools for the Future programme, but the school was always excluded from that programme?" The senior Liberal Democrat MP added: "Will he make sure that it gets fair consideration under a much more focused and better managed scheme of school buildings?
The new school is planed to operate from September on a split-site until new buildings are completed at Radnor Drive.
Stratus recently added Split-site to Avance, enabling geographical separation of the servers comprising the HA platform for improved disaster recovery and business continuity.
Doug Hinsley, Knowsley NUT secretary attacked the move, saying there might not be enough time to adequately staff a split-site school.
A scrutiny inquiry into the bizarre plan to build a split-site library marked a turning point in the fortunes of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition running Birmingham City Council.