A Simple and Efficient Implementation for Small Databases
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A Simple and Efficient Implementation for Small Databases

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  • mémoire
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : data structure
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : systems
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : structures
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : structure
  • expression écrite
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : data
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : data structure for the name server
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : operations
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : data storage with snapshots
  • mémoire - matière potentielle : allocator
  • mémoire - matière : database
A Simple and Efficient Implementation for Small Databases Andrew D. Birrell Michael B. Jones Edward P. Wobber 11 August 1987 d i g i t a l Systems Research Center 130 Lytton Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301
  • naive implementation of atomic commit
  • lock to an exclusive lock
  • update lock
  • name server
  • update
  • file
  • database
  • system
  • data
  • time

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Grove Academy
Handbook 2010/2011
GROVE ACADEMY
2010 - 2011
Grove Academy
24 Claypotts Road
Broughty Ferry
DUNDEE
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Telephone 01382 436800 / Email - grove@dundeecity.gov.uk
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Grove Academy
Handbook 2010/2011
DEVELOPMENT OF PUPILS’ VALUES
At Grove we endeavour to develop pu-
pils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural
values. We do this through the curricu-
lum and the attitudes and behaviour
we foster in the school. We endeavour
to work in partnership with parents in
this task and take into account their
views as well as the individual needs of
the pupils.
School Captains
Claire Pollington (Head Girl), Stuart Morrison (Head Boy)
We welcome and encourage diversity and individuality while emphasising a com-
mitment to moral values such as:
The school supports the principle that all pupils and staff have:
We adhere to a policy of Equal Opportunities and try to ensure that all pupils have
access to the full range of educational experience available within the resources of
the school.
We are also committed to the elimination of any form of discrimination on the
grounds of:
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Grove Academy
Handbook 2010/2011
A WELCOME FROM THE HEAD TEACHER
Dear Parent
Welcome to Grove Academy!
I hope you find this handbook useful. De-
signed to provide some basic information
about the school, it is primarily written with
‘new’ parents in mind. It should, however,
also be of interest to parents of existing pupils.
If after reading the handbook you would like
more information please do not hesitate to
contact me. I will be happy to speak to you
its atmosphere and character for yourself.
You may also wish to access the Scottish
Schools’ Online Website - www.scottishschoolsonline.gov.uk and the Parentzone
website - www.parentzonescotland.gov.uk. They provide information about indi-
vidual schools for parents as well as advice and support on a wide range of educa-
tional matters such as choosing a school and how to negotiate the complexities of
the school curriculum.
I believe pupils of all levels of ability benefit from their education at Grove and
many achieve distinction in academic studies, sporting interests and leisure pur-
suits. It has been my experience that new pupils very quickly feel ‘at home’. I am
sure that within a short period of time your child will begin to make his or her own
particular contribution to the life of the school.
I welcome your interest as parents and I look forward to meeting you and your
family on a more personal basis in the months and years ahead.
Yours sincerely
John Hunter
Head Teacher
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SCHOOL AIMS
OUR SCHOOL AIMS TO:
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each pupil and staff.
home and also the community which it serves.
they live.
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Handbook 2010/2011
CONTENTS
Development of Pupils’ Values 2
A Welcome from the Head Teacher 3
School Aims 4
SECTION 1 - About Our School 6
About Our School 7
School Roll 8
School Management 9
SECTION 2 - Learning and Teaching 10
Learning and Teaching 11
SECTION 3 - Support for Pupils 15
Support for Pupils 16
SECTION 4 - Partnership with Parents and the Community 23
Partnership with Parents and the Community 24
SECTION 5 - Partnership with Pupils 27
Partnership with Pupils 28
SECTION 6 - General Information 32
General Information 33
SECTION 7 - Appendices 35
APPENDIX 1 36
APPENDIX 2 40
APPENDIX 3 41
APPENDIX 4 43
APPENDIX 5 44
APPENDIX 6 45
APPENDIX 7 46
GROVE ACADEMY 47
DUNDEE CITY 48
SCOTLAND 49
APPENDIX 8 50
APPENDIX 9 51
APPENDIX 10 53
APPENDIX 11 55
APPENDIX 12 56
APPENDIX 13 57
APPENDIX 14 58
APPENDIX 15 59
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SECTION 1 - ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Catchment Area
History of the School
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School Management
School Day
SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM
Back Row: B Williams; J Hunter; A Brown; D Cuthill
Front Row: F McIntosh; S McLuckie; L Elder; H Burnett
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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
“Pupils, parents and staff identified strongly with the school and we are proud to
be associated with it.” HMIe Report May 2005
CATCHMENT AREA
Grove Academy serves the Broughty Ferry area of Dundee. Our associated feeder
primary schools are
The catchment area for the school is the
combined catchment areas of the associ-
ated schools.
Pupils are admitted in August each year
but others coming to live in the area
may be admitted at any time during the
session on application to the Education
Department.
HISTORY OF SCHOOL
The school is 120 years old. The significant dates in its history are
secondary school.
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