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UNITED KINGDOM

TOPICS

EDUCATION TEACHING HEALTH HABITUAL AWARENESS ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS SOCIAL ISSUES

EDUCATION
Education in U K is compulsory for 5 to 16 yrs of age, Plan for changing to 17yrs in 2013 and in 2015 to 18 yrs Secondary education system Grade System Schooling starts from September 1st

SCHOOLING

Year 3 nursery Year 4 to 6 (2nd Standard)-INFANT SCHOOL 3rd to 6th standard JUNIOR SCHOOL 7th to 11th standard- SECONDARY SCHOOL 12th to 13th Standard-SECONDARY SCHOOL IN SIXTH FORM (GRADED)

Why teaching?

Why teaching?

Rewarding Enjoyable Ever changing Challenging Sociable You can make a difference!

The national healthy school standard


Schools are asked to demonstrate evidence of good practice in four areas, using an approach involving the whole school community: personal, social and health education healthy eating physical activity emotional health and well-being (including bullying)

Every child matters: change for children


Outcomes Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic well-being

Sessions all must model good teaching and learning:

Innovative
Interactive Challenging Reflective Easy to adopt into school practice

BELIEFS

IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO BRING UP A CHILD


PARENTS AND TEACHER CAN BRING UP A GOOD CITIZEN OR A CHILD

NEW SYSTEMS

Abandoning chalk and talk teaching methods They belive in Increased visualisation Increased Interactivity Increased reflective Dialogues

OTHER FEILDS
HEALTH AWARENESS Healthy eating Positive Behaviour Mental health encourage to quit bad habits Cleanliness SOCIAL ISSUES Crime and violence

OTHER FEILDS
MORAL Respecting parents and elders Respecting other religions ENVIRONMENT Cleanliness Global warming Securities

AUDITING and RESEARCH

FUTURE SCHOOLS

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE

HEALTH SYSTEM

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WOMENS DAY 8 MARCH

Women the ideal for the innate ability to care and sacrifice.

The very first International Women's Day was launched the following year by Clara Zetkin on 19 March (not 8 March) 1911.
On March 25, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City killed over 140 garment workers. Peace Rallies on 8 March 1913

International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future

She

proposed that every year in every country there should be a celebration on the same day - a Women's Day

To

press for their demands

KITHUR RANI CHANNAMMA 1824

JHANSI RANI LAKSHMI BHAI 1842

During the British Raj, many reformers such as Ram Mohan Roy, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Jyotirao Phule etc. fought for the upliftment of women.

INDIRA GANDHI 1960

MOTHER THERESA 1931

KALPANA CHAWLA (1962 2003)

KALPANA CHAWLA (1962 2003)


The NASA chief called her a Terrific Astronaut. Kalpana Chawla from Haryana was qualified from over 2962 applicants to earn herself a place in space shuttle Columbia for a 16 day out of the world experience

DR. REITA FARIA POWELL(1966)

DR. REITA FARIA POWELL

She was the first Indian woman to win the Miss world title in 1966. She made the whole world sit up and look at India.

She win crown by her confidence

MISS UNIVERSE

SUMAN SHARMA

SUMAN SHARMA
First women to fly Fighter MiG 35 and F16

She is from Bangalore

KRUSHNAA PATIL

YOUNGEST INDIAN GIRL TO CONQUER MOUNT EVEREST

SHEHANAZ HUSSAIN

SHEHANAZ HUSSAIN
The

mother of all herbal cosmetics in world. . She has 650 salons at 104 countries.

It is all due to her sheer innovation, determination and hard work.

Dr. Indira Hinduja

Dr. Indira Hinduja

Dr Indira Hinduja produced first scientifically documented test tube baby. 1986, Indias first test tube baby Harsha was born

In

KIRAN BEDI

KIRAN BEDI

STARTED HER CAREER IN 1970 AS LECTURE JOINED POLICE DEPARTMENT IN 1972 SERVED IN ONE OF THE TOUGHEST PRISON OF INDIA (TIHAR) IT IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE is the philosophy of her life

Information and Technology

. The IT landscape is full of women who are busy writing programmes, running network systems and delivering applications to clients on time Recently a Japanese magazine concluded that Indian women are number one amongst women from various countries in acquiring and applying IT knowledge.

DEB AGARWAL

DEB AGARWAL
Her

research focuses on development of new and improved computing and data infrastructure to support science She was general manager for international software at Hewlett Packard. The comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation as an expert in the area of reliable multicast communication.

Dr ADITI PANT

Dr ADITI PANT

Dr Aditi Pant is the first Indian woman to participate in the cruise to the icy continent, Antarctica. The expedition was for a period of 4 months and the participants had to explore this continent under rough weather conditions. She is an oceanographer with interests in plankton physiology and biochemistry.

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Many scientists of India should be proud of Graduated Zoology in Bangalore university in 1973 Head of the India's leading Biotechnology enterprise, BIOCON The Most Influential in Bio-business person outside Europe and USA.

MADHURI MATHUR-

MADHURI MATHUR

Almost 40 years ago this woman dreamed of a kitchen machine that would blend, chop, mince and totally make her life easier and then discussed it with her Engineer husband Mathur. And then the sumeet mixer was born and is a household name still.

KARNAM MALLESWARI

Iron women

Shakuntala Devi

SHAKUNTHALA DEVI

Shakuntala Devi is an outstanding calculating prodigy of India. On June 18 in 1980, she again solved the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers 7,686,369,774,870 x 2,465,099,745,779 randomly picked up by the computer department of Imperial College in London. And this, she did in 28 seconds flat.

LITERACY CONFIDENCE OUT SPOKEN FREEDOM WORK HARD

DIFFERENCE B/W WESTERN AND INDIAN WOMEN