extracurricular


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extracurricular

taking place outside the normal school timetable
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Main features: the project envisages the construction of a canteen with a usable area of 334 square meters, in cold connection, an extracurricular reception area of 263 square meters and a motor room of 122 square meters.
Take Christ Church Secondary School as an example: The school broke with tradition in 2010 by arranging core curriculum for Monday through Thursday, and extracurricular activities for Friday, when students are allowed to wear a T-shirt, attend school club activities, and receive personality and civics education, the Straits Times reported.
Over 547 volunteers are involved in delivering extracurricular activities, which makes up 95% of the workforce.
As no solution in their spat with the government seems to be in sight, members of unions Oelmek and Oltek decided on Saturday to apply measures as regards extracurricular activities but will tend to their classrooms as normal pending a vote to strike.
On the occasion, Public Relations Officer of OSCE Mission to BiH, Zlatan Music, said that an Extracurricular Workshop had been organized to enhance the knowledge and skills of law students in Mostar.
He said that these activities help in character-building of students and Riphah International University was taking positive steps to promote extracurricular activities at its campuses.
It may be recalled that Students' Week was started in September 2017, with the objective to create healthy literary and extracurricular activities in the University.
Despite rising school fees being a constant area of concern for parents in Dubai, many are still willing to fork out additional costs for extracurricular activities (ECA) - some as much as Dh6,000 a year.
Research results show that the individuals who participate in any extracurricular activity, compared to their peers who don't, show much more positive attitudes towards school (Darling et al., 2005), get higher degrees (Darling et al., 2005; Eccles and Barbar, 1999; Marsh and Kleitman, 2002) and have much more willingness to engage in academy.
Organised by the Newcastle University Careers Service and the Students' Union, the awards recognised students who are undertaking extracurricular activities.
Organised by the Newcastle University Careers Service and the Students' Union, the awards recognised students who are undertaking extracurricular activities across a wide range of areas, from sustainability action and contribution to societies, through to community spirit and entrepreneurship.
He has been able to directly improve levels of well-being and extracurricular participation at the school - last year the school had 30,000 attendees at extracurricular activities.