Some articles on pupils, pupil:
... The school mainly draws its pupils from within a 10 mile radius in which there are areas of significant social and economic deprivation ... Most pupils start school with lower than average levels of attainment, and a higher than average proportion is eligible for free school meals ... The number of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is greater than that of similar schools ...
... Junior School Council currently only consists of Year 10 pupils ... Year 10 pupils and teachers are currently trying to get Year 8 and 9 students involved however points made by the pupils will still be made regardless of whether a pupil decides to ...
... college which serves Spilsby and the surrounding area, drawing pupils from as far as Skegness ... However, most pupils who achieve the required standard in selection tests at eleven attend local grammar schools ... The proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals is below average ...
... Alternatively, a pupilometer is a type of pupil response monitor—a monocular device measuring the amount of dilation of the pupil in response to a visual stimulus ... pupils may constrict on near focus, as with the Argyll Robertson pupil) in the diagnosis of tertiary syphilis ... The extent of dilation of the pupil in the eye could be an indicator of interest and attention ...
Famous quotes containing the word pupils:
“If a teacher have any opinion which he wishes to conceal, his pupils will become as fully indoctrinated into that as into any which he publishes.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Close to the academy in this town they have erected a sort of gallows for the pupils to practice on. I thought that they might as well hang at once all who need to go through such exercises in so new a country, where there is nothing to hinder their living an outdoor life. Better omit Blair, and take the air.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Master and Doctor are my titles;
For ten years now, without repose,
Ive held my erudite recitals
And led my pupils by the nose.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)