A full uniform list is available to all Fulneck School pupils and the information can be found in the 'Parents' Handbook'.
Briefly the uniform for girls at Fulneck School is:
*School blazer with badge
*School jumper with neckband in school colours
*School skirt, charcoal grey, pleated, knee length or longer
*White shirt, classic school style with stiff pointed collar
*Black shoes (not boots or trainers) of plain design without ornamentation
*Socks, plain white or light grey, ankle or knee length. (White socks worn on all formal occasions), Tights (optional), neutral, grey or black
*School outercoat (years 7 – 10).
*School black cagoule (optional)
*School overall, blue
*Scarf / winter headwear (optional), plain black or navy.
*Gloves (optional), plain black or navy
*Hair ribbons, plain blue or black; hair slides plain blue, black or plain metal
*School bag, navy or black
No proxy posted here should work.
School's are legally bound by the federal Children's Internet Protection Act to block proxies and the like.
All the proxies you try should be blocked by your school. That is because most schools use content blocking software. It blocks new proxies 98% of the time because of their content (that they are a proxy), not because of the web address.
You really should be careful using a proxy at school. Is it worth risking getting into trouble?
1. School computer admin take security seriously, they have to, it's a main part of their job.
2. Proxies posted here normally contain spyware/malware and viruses, they also track what you type, so they can get access to your mail, myspace, facebook accounts etc to send spam from them. Do you think people set these proxies sites up for free? They are getting something out of you using them and it's 99% criminal.
3. Because of the danger from using a proxy, computer admin block them well, although it's always a cat and mouse game. So it's unlikely you will even get through on one for long anyway. Also they can trace in the logs that you went to a proxy site.
4. If you do use one and the computer system gets infected with a virus, you will be in a lot of trouble, losing computer rights and possible suspension. Also, many students have had to pay for the repair work. Having your parents get a bill for you messing around will go down well won't it?
So please consider this a friendly warning. Is it really worth it? Can't you just wait to use myspace etc at home or in a public library?
Whats everyone wearing/done for children in need??10 points ;) ?
My best friend and I came up with a short term charity, where we asked people to donate clothes and things needed for a family and there everyday life. We recieved A lot, so we were able to give clothes and supplies to multiple families. Our Short term charity was called KHK (kids help kids). We had a lot of kid volountiers and we recieved alot of things for children and things for thier parents as well. This short term charity was a brief help for poor children in Ecuador. I lived there at the time when this happened. Now every year I make gift boxes for children, since they do not recieve much for christmas. My school does it to. I now live in Europe and we still send gifts to the needed, suppling clothes, candy, school supplies, and toys. when Im older I have a goal to give a certain amount of money.
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My condolences for your relatives passing,
As for rivers, I would suggest maybe Meanwood Beck (Runs through Adel) or the River Aire.
However, if you want a particularly nice river, I would suggest the Ilkley river (http://www.yourlocalweb.co.uk/images/pictures/01/84/river-wharfe-ilkley-17960.jpg)
I hope you find somewhere lovely for the scattering,
You have me stumped as I don't know your favorite method. What they want you to do is the same as they asked . In other words if you were told to knit row 2 you would knit two stitches in each stitch, that would be to increase what your making.
Seacroft - Average, rough in parts
Harehills - Keep clear, all rough
Crossgates - Ok, good shops
Garforth - OK, quite a distance out of city
Chapeltown - Average, rough in parts
Roundhay - Lovely, great parks
Moortown - Lovely
Alwoodley - Lovely
Meanwood - Good
Scott Hall - ??
Headingley - Students all over, some poor housing
Horsforth - Good in parts
Guiseley - Ok
Cookridge - Good in parts,
Beeston - Rough
Holbeck - Rough
Morley - Nice town, check local
Bramley - ?
Wortley - ?
Pudsey - Ok
Depends on the charity.
Many / most charities have administrative costs.
Some have a better ratio of gift to cost ratio than others.
Should be able to determine how much it costs to give a gift from a charitie's website.
Do not leave this situation to luck or chance. Get yourself a lawyer NOW! Your son is surrounded with red tape and legalities.
A lawyer can untangle it all. You'd be surprised what one little letter from a lawyer can do!
If you can't afford a lawyer, go to Legal Aid, and plead for assistance. Someone will hear, and help you.
Good luck. I wish you and your son the best.
Considering how much money goes to admin costs as opposed to those who really need the money I've done nothing.
I will, however continue to donate money to charities where my hard earned money isn't sucked up by admin costs.
Help tracing further back in my ancestory,is there a way?
I assume you have looked at
As he was a ships captain I would contact the National Maritime Museum here in the UK they may be able to help you fill out some details.
Hope this helps
Just use an old pillow case and bingo blotter to make the dots. It is simple an easy....goof proof..
Build a Bear in the UK are sponsors have you tried there fo a set of Pudsey ears?
For those who do not know how Pudsey relates to this category:
Each year since 1980, the BBC has set aside one evening of programming on its flagship television channel, BBC One, to show events aimed at raising money for charities working with children in the UK. last year (2007) children in need raised £37 million a record breaking year. BBC coverage also extends across the BBC's other television channels and national and local radio channels. A mascot called 'Pudsey', a teddy bear with a bandage over one eye, was introduced in 1985 and has become a regular feature. In 2007 Pudsey and the Children in Need logo were redesigned. Children in Need was registered as a charity in 1989.
The appeal gains the majority of its money from donations of private individuals who may themselves have raised the funds by taking part in sponsored events. Sponsored sitting in a bath of baked beans is a perennial favourite. Companies also donate either money directly or benefits in kind, such as HSBC donating banking facilities, and BT donating telephone lines and operatives. On the night of the televised appeal, donations are solicited by celebrities appearing on the seven-hour long programme performing various activities such as sketches or musical numbers, intermixed with featurettes showing what the money will be used for. Featured celebrities often include those from programmes on the BBC's rival ITV network, including some appearing in-character, and/or from the sets of their own programmes. A sketch by BBC newsreaders has become an annual fixture (in recent years, Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in 2005 and a 'James Bond' theme in 2006). Stars of newly-opened West End musicals regularly perform a number from their show later in the evening after 'curtain call' in their respective theatres. The total raised so far is frequently flashed on screen, with presenters urging viewers to part with "any penny they can spare" to help push the total beyond the target milestone.
Though Children in Need is welcomed by a large proportion of the British public, there are some who offer an alternative view, that the portrayal of children, particularly disabled children, as victims is unfortunate and counter-productive. It is argued that a change in social attitudes will benefit the disadvantaged more than money and public sympathy.
The money contributed to Children in Need is distributed to organisations supporting children aged 18 and under who have mental, physical or sensory disabilities; behavioural or psychological disorders; are living in poverty or situations of deprivation; or suffering through distress, abuse or neglect.
Pudsey keyboard icon thing how to make?... children in need facebook...?
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I thought everyone knew. He has a twin brother and when they were cubs his twin was waving a stick around. Mummy bear says 'stop waving that stick around you'll have someones eye out' next thing ....what dyou know!
I found this shop in Mansfield that has a Pudsey costume for hire, you could gie the a call to see what they charge.
Oodles Fancy Dress & Dance Wear
Costumes, Jokes & Party Shop
Proprietor: Caroline Hogg
176, Chesterfield Road South
Telephone: (01623) 629491