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Student details: Last Name: ......................................................................... First name: ......................................................................... Address: .............................................................................. Tel: ......................................................................................... G.S.M: ................................................................................... E-Mail: .................................................................................. Class: ....................................................................................

IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CONTACT: Name: …………………………………………. Phone number: ……………………………….


School details: Tallinn European School Keevise 2, 11415 Tallinn, Estonia Phone: +372 735 0550 Email: info@est.edu.ee Homepage: www.est.edu.ee

Useful Phone Numbers: Administration...................................................................................Phone: +372 735 0550 Psychologist.......................................................................................Phone: +372 735 0727 SEN Teacher/Speech Therapist....................................................Phone: +372 735 0735 School Nurse .....................................................................................Phone: +372 735 0734 Library...................................................................................................Phone: +372 735 0730

Estonian Emergency numbers: • • • • •

Emergency calls 112 Police 110 Rescue services 1524. Tallinn Helpline 1345 (for problems about city transport, environment, pets, greenery, etc.,) Environmental pollution or incident 1313.


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CALENDAR 2014-2015

2014-2015

JULY juuli ´14 '14 Su M Tu 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29

W 2 9 16 23 30

Th 3 10 17 24 31

jaanuar '15 JANUARY ´15 F 4 11 18 25

AUGUST ´14

Su M Tu W Th F 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

Sa 5 12 19 26

Su M Tu W Th 1 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29

Sa 2 9 16 23 30

Su 1 8 15 22

M 2 9 16 23

Tu 2 9 16 23 30

W 3 10 17 24

Th 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

Sa 6 13 20 27

Su 1 8 15 22 29

M 2 9 16 23 30

Th 2 9 16 23 30

F 3 10 17 24 31

Sa 4 11 18 25

Su M Tu W 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29

Th 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

Sa 7 14 21 28

F 6 13 20 27

Sa 7 14 21 28

F 3 10 17 24

Sa 4 11 18 25

Su M Tu W Th F 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

Sa 2 9 16 23 30

DECEMBER detsember´14 '14 W 3 10 17 24 31

Th 5 12 19 26

Tu 3 10 17 24 31

W 4 11 18 25

Th 5 12 19 26

Th 2 9 16 23 30

MAY ´15 mai '15

november ´14 '14 NOVEMBER

Tu 2 9 16 23 30

W 4 11 18 25

aprill '15 APRIL ´15

Su M Tu W Th F Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Su M 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29

Tu 3 10 17 24

MARCH ´15 märts '15

OCTOBER oktoober ´14 '14 Su M Tu W 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29

Sa 3 10 17 24 31

FEBRUARY ´15 veebruar '15

SEPTEMBER september ´14 '14 Su M 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29

F 2 9 16 23 30

JUNE juuni´15 '15 Sa 6 13 20 27

Su M 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29

Tu 2 9 16 23 30

W 3 10 17 24

Th 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

Sa 6 13 20 27


TES Holidays 2014-2015 1st semester Wednesday 27 August 2014 Friday 17 October 2014 Saturday 18 October 2014 Sunday 26 October 2014 Monday 27 October 2014 Friday 19 December 2014 Saturday 20 December 2014 Sunday 4 January 2015

1st TERM (38 study days) Autumn break (9 days) 2nd TERM (40 study days) Winter Break 1 (16 days)

2nd semester Monday 5 January 2015 Friday 20 February 2015 Saturday 21 February 2015 Sunday 1 March 2015 Monday 2 March 2015 Friday 17 April 2015 (Easter weekend) Saturday 18 April 2015 Sunday 26 April 2015 Monday 27 April 2015 Friday 12 June 2015 (except 1 May) From Saturday 13 June 2015 27 August: 28-29 August: 1 September: 17 December: 24 February: 3-6 April: 1 May:

3rd TERM (35 study days) Winter Break 2 (9 days) 4th TERM (33 study days) Spring Break (9 days) 5th TERM (34 study days) Summer Break

Family picnic Class teachers – orientation days for pupils Opening ceremony/First assembly/ Sports hall Christmas concert Estonian Independence Day, public holiday Easter weekend (Good Friday and Easter Monday) Labour Day, public holiday


GENERAL RULES OF TES Tallinn European School (TES) follows the “General Rules of the European Schools” (2011-04-D-11-en-2) as much as relevant for accredited European Schools. Please find the gene-ral regulations, as well as the syllabuses, at www.eursc.org. 1. DAILY SCHOOL SCHEDULE Arrival and departure · P1–P2: arrival 08h00–08h30, P3–S3: Arrival 08h00–08h15,

departure 14h30-17h00 departure 14h45-17h00

All pupils are expected to be in attendance in their regularly scheduled classes by the time the bell rings to begin class. Repetitive tardiness at the start of the day for any unexcused reason may be considered by the school as unexcused absence. Pupils shall wait for their transportation (if not public transportation) within the boundaries of the school property. 2. DAILY MONITORING AND FEEDBACK Daily progress and homework will be available on E-kool. Homework will be inserted into E-kool by 18h00 at the latest every day. Other info, such as formative marks and notifications are inserted within 24 hours, summative marks within one week. Parents are obliged to check E-kool on a regular basis. The pupil’s workload may not be excessive, preventing him or her having sufficient time for rest, recreation and leisure activities over and above the time dedicated to school and homework. 3. ABSENCES Pupils are required to attend classes on a regular and punctual basis in accordance with the annual calendar and the weekly timetable issued to them at the beginning of each school year. When possible, absences should be notified in advance to both the class teacher and the deputy director. Unforeseen absences must be notified by a telephone call or e-mail to the class teacher or in urgent cases to the school office (tel. +372 735 0550) no later than 9h30 on the first day of absence. In the case of a sudden medical concern appearing during the school day, the pupil will be sent to the school nurse or to the person designated as the substitute (special educational teacher or school administration), who will decide whether to send the pupil home or have the pupil rest in the nurse’s room. The nurse or substitute must contact the pupil’s parent if the pupil is to be sent to home. The pupil is also welcome to visit the school nurse upon


arriving back to school after the health-related absence, especially in the case of a recent contagious illness. Any shorter health-related absences should be notified by the parents, preferably in E-Kool. Parents are encouraged to plan any family holiday travelling during TES official holidays only. 4. DRESS CODE There is no uniform at Tallinn European School, but it is expected from pupils to dress appropriately. Makeup is not allowed in primary; long dangling earrings are not to be worn on any class level. During festive occasion every pupil is expected to wear formal clothing (i.e. white blouse, dark trousers or skirt). Students and staff are required to wear indoor non-marking shoes (preferably open shoes, i.e. sandals) in the school building. 5. PUPIL`S DUTIES AND BEHAVIOUR Diary The pupils will received school diary from the first day of school and parents must ensure that the name of student, name of parents and useful numbers are listed on the first page in case of an emergency. The diary serves as a means of communication between the parents and the teachers and to note homework.It is every pupil`s responsibility to keep it up to date. E-kool does not replace students´ diaries. Electronic equipment Mobile phones and other electronic devices are not allowed to be used during school hours. For safety reasons they could be stored in the lockers or handed over to the class teachers. Behaviour Pupils are obliged to follow the “Behaviour Guidelines for TES students” and class rules. In order to ensure safe and friendly learning environment pupils are provided with regular supervision during the breaks. In case of bullying all members of the school community have the responsibility to act and report to any member of the staff. It is also the role of all to take pride in the property of Tallinn European School (i.e. no writing on walls or desks). Any incident of accident or vandalism must be reported to the Director immediately. Every pupil has to keep school clean and clean up after herself/himself. No smoking and drugs, including alcohol is allowed on any part of the premises of Tallinn European school at any time by any person. 6. SCHOOL FACILITIES Canteen Students are only allowed to eat in the canteen, including the food that has been brought along from home. No chewing gum is allowed in the school building.


Toilets One special needs toilet is available on the second floor for both male and female pupils. Other toilets are found on the 3rd and 4th floors. Any faults or leakages must be reported to a teacher. Library The library is open, with the presence, of the Librarian, from 8:30 till 14:30 from Monday to Friday, and the following rules apply:

1) no food and drinks in the library, and respect for silence 2) books and other materials taken out should be returned within 14 days 3) if needed, the library could also be used for doing homework after lessons. Lockers Lockers are to be found on the 3rd and 4th floors. Each pupil will be issued with a key to their locker at the beginning of the school year. The pupil and his/her parents are responsible for the safekeeping of the key. An extra key for emergency will be provided by the class teacher. Lost keys are replaced at a cost of 5 euro per key. Open lockers should be reported immediately to the Deputy Director. 7. SCHOOL SECURITY Security School premises are monitored by CCTV cameras 24 hours a day and a security service is provided from 07h00 till 19h00 every school day of the week. Evacuation drills are done annually. Lost and found All items found on school premises without an owner will be collected and placed in the lost and found cupboard behind the security desk. Marked items are delivered to the children via the school. Before the holidays, all the items left in lost and found will be donated to charity. 8. EDUCATIONAL VISITS During the school year different educational visits outside the school grounds will be held for which a signed permission is needed. This document should be completed once per school year and used throughout the entire school year for all outings. In the absence of the permission the pupil will not be able to participate. Details of educational excursions and the cost (day-trips) will be announced 1 week in advance.


Guidelines for TES students

Behaviour: We respect ourselves, others and our school. 1. We act and speak with kindness. 2. We take ResponsibilitY for what we say and do. 3. We show tolerance to other people, differences enrich our lives. 4. We are always curious to learn more. 5. We cooperate with others - together we can achieve more. 6. We trust ourselves – when we try, we can make it. 7. I dare to dream and work to make them come true. In the classroom: 1. We come to class prepared to participate. 2. We raise our hand to be recognised. 3. We share and take turns. 4. We use our inside voice and outside voices when appropriate. 5. We follow the teachers’ directions at all times In the canteen: 1. We line up sensibly without pushing while waiting to be served. 2. We show good manners when choosing our food and eating at table. 3. We use a quiet voice and our table manners. 4. We use the canteen to eat, not to play. 5. We clean up after ourselves. Playground: 1. We dress according to the weather and take care of our clothes. 2. We respect other children’s space and the games they are playing. 3. We do not climb and jump on railings. 4. We keep in mind that no one owns a game, or an area of the playground or a field. 5. We use any given equipment with care. During field trips: 1. We listen carefully and follow the instructions. 2. We stay with our group. 3. We respect others property and belongings. 4. We use our good manners and a quiet voice. 5. We are patient and considerate to others. During break time 1. We use walking feet. 2. We keep hands, feet and objects to ourselves. 3. We let everybody join in. 4. We solve problems in a fair way.


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AUGUST MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

25 26 27


WEEK 35 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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28 29

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September MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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1 2 3


WEEK 36 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

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September MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

8 9 10


WEEK 37 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

11 12

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September MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

15 16 17


WEEK 38 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

18 19

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September MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

22 23 24


WEEK 39 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

25 26

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September / october MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

29 30 1


WEEK 40 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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OCTOBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

6 7 8


WEEK 41 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

9 10

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OCTOBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

13 14 15


WEEK 42 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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OCTOBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

20 21 22


WEEK 43 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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23 24

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OCTOBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

27 28 29


WEEK 44 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

30 31

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NOVEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

3 4 5


WEEK 45 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

6 7

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NOVEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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10 11 12


WEEK 46 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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13 14

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NOVEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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17 18 19


WEEK 47 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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NOVEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

24 25 26


WEEK 48 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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27 28

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DECEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

1 2 3


WEEK 49 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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DECEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

8 9 10


WEEK 50 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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DECEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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WEEK 51 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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DECEMBER MONDAY MONDAY

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22 23 24


WEEK 52 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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DECEMBER / january MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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WEEK 53 / 1 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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JANUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEEK 2 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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JANUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEEK 3 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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JANUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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19 20 21


WEEK 4 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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JANUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEEK 5 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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FEBRUARY MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

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2 3 4


WEEK 6 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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FEBRUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEEK 7 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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FEBRUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

16 17 18


WEEK 8 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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FEBRUARY MONDAY MONDAY

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WEEK 9 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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March MONDAY MONDAY

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2 3 4


WEEK 10 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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5 6

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March MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

9 10 11


WEEK 11 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

12 13

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March MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

16 17 18


WEEK 12 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

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March MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

23 24 25


WEEK 13 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

26 27

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MARCH / APRIL MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

30 31 1


WEEK 14 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

2 3

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APRIL MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

6 7 8


WEEK 15 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

9 10

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APRIL MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

13 14 15


WEEK 16 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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16 17

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APRIL MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

20 21 22


WEEK 17 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

23 24

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APRIL / May MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

27 28 29


WEEK 18 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

30 1

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MAY MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

4 5 6


WEEK 19 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

7 8

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MAY MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

11 12 13


WEEK 20 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

14 15

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MAY MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

18 19 20


WEEK 21 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

21 22

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MAY MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

25 26 27


WEEK 22 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

28 29

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JUNE MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

1 2 3


WEEK 23 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

4 5

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JUNE MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

8 9 10


WEEK 24 THURSDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

11 12

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“ “ “ “ “

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. - Nelson Mandela

The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts. - C. S. Lewis

Education is what remains when one has forgotten what one has learned in school. - Albert Einstein

Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune. - Jim Rohn

Study without desire spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in. - Leonardo da Vinci

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