Confidentiality and Information Sharing Policy and
The welfare of the child or young person is the first consideration.
All children and young people, regardless of age, ability, gender, ethnic origin, religious
AN INFORMATION PACK FOR SCHOOLS
Over the years we have seen firsthand the pivotal role that teachers can
play in ensuring a childs experience
of school whether they have mild,
moderate or severe ecz
09- Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People
1 Know about the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the
welfare of children and young people including e-safety.
Policies and procedures: Schools must ha
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IT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH,
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS AND CONSULTING
IT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH,
Safeguarding emergencies: what to do
when you need to act quickly
Are you prepared for safeguarding emergencies? Ann Raymond sets out some examples, how to act
in an emergency, and some principles of good practice for preparedness
All schools must have a
Growth and Development
Adele Piliterri, Child Health Nursing, Lippincot
Dr: Magda Abd El
By the end of this lecture, the student
will be able to discuss growth and
Case studies and answers
Daniel is 10. He came to school this morning with his left arm bandaged.
His mother made a point of seeing you to tell you that Daniel had been playing at
home and had fallen off of his bed. She said she had taken him to the hosp
DEALING WITH ALLEGATIONS OF ABUSE AGAINST TEACHERS AND
GUIDANCE FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES, HEAD TEACHERS, SCHOOL
STAFF, GOVERNING BODIES AND PROPRIETORS OF INDEPENDENT
ABOUT THIS GUIDANCE
This is statutory guidance from the Department for
TEST 2 NOTES
February 7, 2017 (Tuesday)
CLASS CANCELED ON THURSDAY
People and Nature
Nature as a concept
Energy needs and enviro
GEOG1101Tuesday January 10th
o Space and time become intimately connected.
Geography news: Economic
o The rise, fall, and comeback of the Chinese economy over the past 800 years.
Patterns of economic development
Three types of changes
o Structure of regions economy
o Forms of economic organization
o Availability and use of technology
Measuring economic development
Resources and Development
Creating and Contesting Place
o They are instruments of social and cultural power that naturalize political-economic
structures as if they were simply given and inevitable
o Le Corbusier and Modernisms insistence on single use zoning
1. The difference between Rotation and Revolution is that Rotation is the rotation of the
Earth on its axis (24) while Revolution is the orbit of the earth around the sun (365).
2. The Perihelion, January 4, is the side of the orbit at which the Ear
(Remember, we name winds for the direction they are coming from.
Moisture, Sky, & Weather Conditions:
Warm sector: Has humid to very humid conditions, often with
clear skies to scattered cumulus clouds. It exhibits warm Ts.
Here in the U.S. this is primar
* rising air in the atmosphere expands and cools
* sinking air in the atmosphere is compressed and warmed
The Rate of Adiabatic Temperature Change varies with the humidity
condition (water vapor content) of the air, is it Dry (unsaturated) or
A FRONT is an invisible boundary separating air masses of different
characteristics, primarily humidity, density and temperature. One
air mass is usually warmer (or colder) then the other and of differing
Polar Front refers to the zone sep
If the flows are both in the same direction (counterclockwise in NH)
then they complement each other increasing absolute vorticity.
This known as
In relation to Rossby Waves the vorticity changes as you move
along a wave through troughs and r
* The basic process is water vapor changing to liquid water droplets
(cloud droplets) by condensation, and these droplets coalescing
with other droplets to form raindrops.
* Need larger cloud droplets from large condensation
MID-LATITUDE WAVE CYCLONE
Mid-Latitude Wave Cyclone is a low pressure cell that forms &
moves along a frontal boundary. It exhibits counter-clockwise
circulation (NH) around the low center and produces a wavelike
deformation of the front.
high pressure ce
AIR MASSES & FRONTS
An Air Mass is an immense body of air, some 1600+ km across and
1-3 km thick, with relatively homogeneous physical properties
(density, T & moisture) at a given altitude.
Classification Scheme of air masses is based on the basic T and
Freezing rain: is similar to sleet except it freezes (re-freezes) after
making contact with the ground. This usually involves
supercooled raindrops which allows them to freeze on contact
with solid objects/surfaces. Commonly referred to as Ice storms.
A Mid-Latitude Wave Cyclone can be thought of as having 3 sections
based primarily on temperature, but exhibiting different
weather as well.
Warm Sector is the area between the warm front and the cold front
Cool Sector is the area ahead of the warm front
The symbols, half circles, point in the direction the air mass is moving toward.
Stationary Front represents a situation when air movement is almost
parallel to the boundary & the surface position of the front doesnt
move very quickly, usually less than 5
* The primary movers of these cyclones is the Jet Stream, the
narrow ribbons of high-speed geostrophic winds which move
within and are a part of the general Westerlies flow in the
Mid-Latitudes (~30-60 latitude).
* They are not stationary, meandering N-
Definition of "Property":
Property is the legal right to exclude others from resources that are originally possessed or are
acquired without force, theft, or fraud
"Right to exclude"
o "Acquired without
Intangible creations of the intellect
Ex: designs, inventions, processes, works of art, trademarks
Any form of
Sources of contract law
Types of contracts
Elements of a contract
Defenses to enforcement
Definition & Elements:
A contract is a legally enforceable promise or an exchange of promises
CONTRACTUAL PERFORMANCE AND BREACH
Rules of interpretation
Breach of contract
Rules of Interpretation:
Questions of law informed by facts
Common words are given their us
What is human geography?
The study of the spatial organization of human activity and relationships with people and their
What does it mean to say that places are interdependent?
Places are structured by relationships and processes the extend
GEOGRAPHIES OF POPULATION & MIGRATION
Demography: Population Debates
Population and resources
The power of the population is indefinitely greater than the power of
the earth to produce subsistence
I.e. the human population will inevitably