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CriteriaEdit

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Making it a start

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Making it a B- what are the criteria

  1. Referenced inline
  2. Coverage
  3. Structure
  4. Well written prose
  5. Supporting images and material
  6. Approachable
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Making a GA-what are the criteria

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  1. Clean concise prose- follows MOS for lead, layout, words to watch, fiction and lists.
  2. Verifiable-with reliable sources, no original research, plaigarism or copyvios
  3. Broad coverage while staying focused
  4. Neutral and balanced
  5. Stable
  6. Supporting relevant images video and audio with suitable caption

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LicensesEdit

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MapsEdit

See also:OSM map

Easy method


| module = {{OSM Location map
 | float = centre
 | width = 250
 | coord = {{coord}} <!-- Map centred -->
 | mark-coord = {{coord}} <!-- Marking the school-->
  | label = Hundred of Hoo Academy
  | label-pos = bottom <!-- top, bottom, right or left -->
  | zoom = 12 <!-- usually 10, 11 or 12-->
 }}

Long method

| module = {{OSM Location map
 | float = centre
 | width = 250
 | coord = {{coord|51.41872|0.53518}} <!-- Centred -->
 | mark-coord = {{coord|51.42172|0.55018}} 
  | label = Hundred of Hoo Academy 
  | label-pos = bottom
 | zoom = 12}} <!-- marking the school-->

Multiple sites

 | module ={{OSM Location map
 | float = centre
 | width = 250
 | coord = {{coord|51.3805|0.5174}} <!-- Centred -->
 | mark-coord = {{coord|51.3775|0.5174}} | label = St John Fisher Catholic School| label-pos = top
 | mark-coord1 = {{coord|51.372559| 0.521114}} | label1 = Lower School| label-pos1 = top
 | zoom = 13}} <!-- marking the school-->

Fancy stuff

| module                  = {{OSM Location map
 | float = center
 | width = 250
 | coord = {{Coord|51.59085|-0.153}}
 | minimap = file
 | mini-file = Greater London UK location map 2.svg
 | mini-width = 120
 | mini-height = 96
 | minipog-x = 50
 | minipog-y = 24
 | scalemark = 120
 | mark-coord = {{Coord|51.5935|-0.153}} | label = Fortismere | label-pos = left
 | mark-coord1 = {{Coord|51.594829|-0.154405}} | label1 = Creighton (North Wing) | label-pos1 = top
 | mark-coord2 = {{Coord|51.59285|-0.15095}} | label2 = Tetherdown (South Wing) | label-pos2 = bottom
 | zoom = 14}}
}}

Source:Locator maps of counties of England

Other method

| module = {{Infobox mapframe
  | stroke-color  = #C60C30
  | marker        = school
  | marker-color  = #1F2F57
  | zoom          = 12}}

Overlay methodsEdit

Syntax needed to draw an overlay on a map

 {{OSM Location map <!-- Set up the map frame- its size and centre-->
 | float = centre
 | height= 260  | width = 450
 | coord = {{coord|51.5266| -0.1824}} 
 | zoom = 14 <!-- usually 10, 12 or 14-->
 <!-- do the first mark with an imported svg- this one is 2.20X wider than high-->
 | mark = Little Venice overlay.svg
  | mark-coord = {{coord|51.5254| -0.1824}}    <!-- lat and lon location for the overlay -->
  | mark-size = 300       <!--here height of the overlay-->
  | mark-dim = 2.20  <!--dimension (scale factor) to set width needed as svg is not a square-->
  | mark-title=none       <!--no marker within the full screen version-->
 <!--Adding a labelled marker-->
 | mark-coord1 = {{coord|51.5254| -0.1824}} 
  | label1 = Little Venice
  | label-pos1 = bottom <!-- top, bottom, right or left -->
 }}

Parameter changes needed at different zoom-

{{OSM Location map 
 | float = right
 | height= 150 <!-- Change the map-size -->
 | width = 220
 | coord = {{coord|51.5266| -0.1824}} 
 | zoom = 13 <!-- Main change of zoom level-->
 <!-- do the first mark with an imported svg-->
 | mark = Little Venice overlay.svg
  | mark-coord = {{coord|51.5254| -0.1824}} 
  | mark-size = 150       <!--must match zoom level- guess value-->
  | mark-dim = 2.20  <!--dimension (scale factor) stays the same-->
  | mark-title=none       
 <!--Thats it-->
 | mark-coord1 = {{coord|51.5254| -0.1824}} 
  | label1 = Little Venice
  | label-pos1 = bottom 
 }}
Table

TableEdit

This shows the use of colspan="3" and rowspan="3". The use of |- new line, ! to alert heading, |+ to alert caption. The use of <nl>| or <nl>|| or|| to show new cell and |style="..."|text to show a formatted cell.

In 2019, Key Stage 3 and 4 students studied:

{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
|+ Time allocation each 50 period fortnight
|-
! Subject
! colspan="3"|[[Key Stage 3]]
! [[Key Stage 4]]
|-
! 
! (age 11–12)<br>Yr 7
! (age 12–13)<br>Yr 8
! (age 13–14)<br>Yr 9
! (age 14–16)<br>Yr 10 11
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[English studies|English]]
| 6 ||7 ||9 || 8
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Mathematics Education|Mathematics]]
| 7 ||6 ||6 || 8
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Science education|Science]]
| 6|| 7 ||7 || 10
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Religious Education|RE and Ethics]]
| 2 ||2 ||2 || 3
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Physical Education]] 
| 4 ||4 ||4 || 6
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Geography]]
| 3 || 3 ||3 
|rowspan="7"|  
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[History]]
| 3 || 3 ||3 
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Language education|Modern Languages (French, Spanish) ]]
| 5 || 5 ||5 
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Art & Design]]
| 2 ||2 ||2 
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Music education|Music]]
| 2 ||2 ||2 
|-
| style="background:white; text-align:left" | [[Drama|Drama]]
| 2 ||2 ||2 
|-
|style="background:white; color:white; text-align:left" | [[Information and communication technologies in education|ICT]]
| 1 ||* ||*  
|-
| style="background:white; color:white; text-align:left" | [[#Subject Choice|Option 1<br/>Art, Food, Geography<br/>Graphics,RM,Textiles]]
|colspan="3" rowspan="3"| || 6
|-
| style="background:white; color:white; text-align:left" | [[#Subject Choice|Option 1<br/>Art, Drama, French<br/>History, PE, Photography]]
|| 6
|-
| style="background:white; color:white; text-align:left" | [[#Subject Choice|Option 1<br/>Computing,Geography,French<br/>History,Spanish]]
|| 6
|-
| style="background:white; color:white; text-align:left" | #Subject Choice|Total
| colspan="3"|50|| 50 <ref name=Home/>
|}
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Key Stage 3- Key Stage 4

In 2019, Key Stage 3 and 4 students studied:

Time allocation each 50 period fortnight
Subject Key Stage 3 Key Stage 4
(age 11–12)
Yr 7
(age 12–13)
Yr 8
(age 13–14)
Yr 9
(age 14–16)
Yr 10 11
English 6 7 9 8
Mathematics 7 6 6 8
Science 6 7 7 10
RE and Ethics 2 2 2 3
Physical Education 4 4 4 6
Geography 3 3 3  
History 3 3 3
Modern Languages (French, Spanish) 5 5 5
Art & Design 2 2 2
Music 2 2 2
Drama 2 2 2
ICT 1 * *
Option 1
Art, Food, Geography
Graphics,RM,Textiles
6
Option 1
Art, Drama, French
History, PE, Photography
6
Option 1
Computing,Geography,French
History,Spanish
6
#Subject Choice|Total 50 50 [1]

Fixed width columnsEdit

The key syntax here is | style="width: 7em;"|Art to force a wide column, | style="width: 7em;"|Design and Technology forces a wrap.

Key Stage 3
Core
Maths English
Other
Art Citizenship Design and Technology Drama
French Geography History ICT
PE Science Music
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
|+ Key Stage 3
|-
! colspan="4"| Core
|-
| colspan="2"|Maths
| colspan="2"|English
|-
! colspan="4"| Other
|-
|    style="width: 7em;"|Art
|    style="width: 7em;"|    Citizenship
|    style="width: 7em;"|    Design and Technology
|    style="width: 7em;"|   Drama
|-
|    French
|    Geography
|    History
|    ICT
|-
|    PE
|    Science
|    Music
||
|}

Embedded table with colourEdit

This is outer table with one column, containing an inner table with 5 fixed-width columns over 4.

Key Stage 4
Core subjects
English Language and literature Maths Science Combined or Triple RE PE
Option choices
Language French or Spanish Humanities Geography or History Option 1 Option 2
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center; border: none;"
|+ Key Stage 4
!  Core subjects
{| class="wikitable" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; border: none;"
|-
|style="width: 7em;background-color: #f9dedcff;"|'''English''' Language and literature
|style="width: 7em;background-color: #f9dedcff;""|'''Maths'''
|style="width: 7em;background-color: #f9dedcff;""|'''Science''' Combined or Triple
|style="width: 7em;background-color: #f8dcf9ff;""|'''RE'''
|style="width: 7em;background-color: #f8dcf9ff;""|'''PE'''
|-
|}
|-
!  Option choices
{| class="wikitable" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; border: none;"
|-
|    style="width: 7em; background-color: #d2eaf1ff;""| '''Language''' French or Spanish
|    style="width: 7em;background-color: #b9e7c5ff;""|    '''Humanities''' Geography or History
|    style="width: 7em;background-color: #e5e7b9ff;""|   Option 1
|    style="width: 7em;background-color: #e5e7b9ff;""| Option 2
|}
|}

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Schools related

Schools relatedEdit

Academics

Virtually all maintained schools and academies follow the National Curriculum, and are inspected by Ofsted on how well they succeed in delivering a 'broad and balanced curriculum'.[2] Schools endeavour to get all students to achieve the English Baccalaureate(EBACC) qualification- this must include core subjects a modern or ancient foreign language, and either History or Geography.

Darrick Wood operates a three-year, Key Stage 3 where all the core National Curriculum subjects are taught. Year 7 is mainly taught in mixed ability tutor group set. In Year 8 and 9, Art, Drama, IT, Religious Studies and Music are taught in mixed ability groups. English, Mathematics, Science, Design & Technology, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages and PE are set by ability.[3]

In 10 and 11, that is in Key Stage 4 students study a core of English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Science, IT, Core PE , PSHE (Sex and Relationship Education with Enterprise Education)) and Religious Education Most students do a Modern Foreign Language. Students have three options chosen from three pools, each of which contain History and Geography,allowing a English Baccalaureate. Some students are offered a more vocational route. These students study a slightly reduced number of GCSEs.[3]

Publication dutyEdit

*{{cite web |title=What academies, free schools and colleges should publish online |url=https://www.gov.uk/guidance/what-academies-free-schools-and-colleges-should-publish-online |website=GOV.UK |accessdate=6 October 2020 |language=en}}
*{{cite web |title=What maintained schools must publish online |url=https://www.gov.uk/guidance/what-maintained-schools-must-publish-online |website=GOV.UK |accessdate=6 October 2020 |language=en}}

NotesEdit

"Learning represents a change in long term memory. Teaching is therefore understood as the active pedagogy that brings about that change."[4]

The academy challenges the concept of an imposed curriculum citing Dylan William's education research. [5]

The academy publishes all the statutory information on its website .[6] Maintained schools [7]



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Making it a B- what are the criteria

1. Referenced inline

2. Coverage

3. Structure

4. Well written prose

5. Supporting images and material

6. Approachable


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  1. ^ Cite error: The named reference Home was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  2. ^ Roberts, Nerys. "The school curriculum in England Parliamentary Briefing Paper" (PDF). parliament.uk. Retrieved 6 July 2020.
  3. ^ a b {{cite web |title=Darrick Wood Policies/Curriculum |url=https://darrickwood.bromley.sch.uk/documents/About/Policies/Curriculum.pdf |website=darrickwood.bromley.sch.uk |accessdate=4 October 2020}}
  4. ^ "Teaching and Learning Vision" (PDF). www.harrisstjohnswood.org.uk. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  5. ^ Wiliam, Dylan (October 2013). Chambers, Peter (ed.). "Principled curriculum design" (PDF). Redesigning Schooling. SSAT (3). Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  6. ^ "What academies, free schools and colleges should publish online". GOV.UK. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
  7. ^ "What maintained schools must publish online". GOV.UK. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
Wiki- lebenslauf

CRBEdit

An enthusiastic user of Wikipedia, his first edit was in November 2003, and he then rewrote the page on the computer language Logo. His first new page was Rochester Castle and then he has contributed to pages on Rochester in Kent, places around Manchester, Glossop and Stockport.

He rewrote the Naturism, Chimney sweeps, and Sundials pages . However the first real obsession was Cotton and thousands of textile mills that bracketed and defined the lives of generations in the North West- paid for at least two empires, and drove all worthwhile Mech. Eng. advances.

A recent concern has been Public housing in the United Kingdom and the dearth of POV free articles on working class life. An interesting topic is the Thames sailing barge- its history and construction.

He has worked with templates, and svg diagrams using Inkscape.

And then there was schools.. all of those in GB. Destubbing, correcting maps, uploading fair use logos and above all describing how and what they teach to whom, in a way a reader ouside the islands may understand. Schools are rebuilt, refactored, reinspected and change behind the scenes at a breathtaking rate and sail on like the Marie Celeste or ignite like HMS Bulwark.

Barnstars

ExcellenceEdit

Derbyshire Barnstar.jpg The WikiProject Derbyshire Award of Excellence
This is for you Clem. For all your hard work on Derbyshire geo coords! Victuallers (talk) 17:31, 9 December 2008 (UTC)
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Thank you for your time on the "Shorne" page. I accept your verdict and shall take a look at Chadderton. I did go a little overboard with the photographs didn't I! I shall re-edit the page as time permits. Panjigally (talk) 16:57, 23 May 2012 (UTC)

Translated that means he has not done any excellent work since 2008, or smiled since 2012.

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for your nice answer to my question about Thuringia Cyfal (talk) 19:48, 27 September 2018 (UTC)
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