classroom window

classroom window

classroom window
A window which is twice as wide as an ordinary window, usually having two or more side-by-side hopper lights and a single fixed light above them.
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Mother-of-two Mrs Hungerford admitted she lost her temper and shouted at the boy before throwing his phone out of a classroom window.
Such is her interest in learning, she regularly follows her youngest people to school and sits outside their classroom window watching everything that goes on and waiting for them to accompany her home.
He lived in a stable inside the college, on Redcar Lane, but students positioned him at a classroom window over the Christmas break so he had something to look at.
The children who planted the wildflowers can see them in full bloom from their classroom window - and they can also be very proud that they have helped mark the centenary of the First World War".
Seeing nature firsthand is the single best way to enthuse young people about it and by watching birds from their classroom window they can learn so much about the amazing diversity of wildlife living on their doorstep.
It appears that the leopard might have entered the classroom either during the night or in the early hours of the day through the broken grill of the classroom window," the school management observed.
I looked out my classroom window the day after we lost (last year), and these girls were out on the turf practicing,'' she said.
An aircraft had flown right past our top floor classroom window.
The police said the student jumped from a classroom window.
Now I could see the outline of each small leaf on the tree outside our classroom window.
When the kids came to the next class, they found a small transparent reproduction of a design by Henri Matisse titled Christmas Eve taped to the classroom window.