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in-school

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Definition of in-school in English:

adjective

Denoting an activity or process that takes place during school hours or on school premises: an in-school method of assessment
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  • These are paired with environmental education, including in-school activities and a week-long conservation camp.
  • Families got involved through the poetry competition and there was also an in-school competition held amongst the students to come with the best slogan for the campaign.
  • It offers enrichment and breadth to offset any narrowing within the in-school curriculum.

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