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Transcript: NET PROFITS to make the children have fun while learning LET'S TALK ABOUT I make at least X10 on each of our investments. A summer school MOTHER-TONGUE TEACHERS Business @ GOBETTI-VOLTA PLAN NAME and address: Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope An investor will have to check your competitive environment before investing. Do not hide it from competitors. SWOT WHO WE NAME: HAPPY KIDS Strapline: Happy Kids learn English in the summer Elevator Pitch: An innovative summer school for young children using the facilities of Gobetti-Volta, especially the new pool. Send letters,emails, texts to parents I MARKET I HAPPY Strengths: Need for an English summer school in the area Weaknesses: Recruiting expert mother-tongue teachers with innovative, dynamic, energetic teaching skills Opportunities: Possibility of using existing facilities Threats: Some outdoor activities could not be safe for young children ELIZABETH PAULS COMPETITION FINANCIAL Fees I SUMMARY I to set up a summer school of English for young children to use the facilities of Gobetti-Volta A summer school of English for young children ANALYSIS U.S.P summary ARE " I IRENE SIMPS PRODUCT MANAGER to adopt the "splash and speak" approach Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope I for young children Arrange free open week at Gobetti-Volta, with prizes aims MARKETING HAPPY EVERY WEEK DAY I radio advertisements, local TV commercials 15% outdoor activities in English ELEVATOR Sponsors of children's items DEVELOPER STRATEGY Business I Competitor analysis: Humpty Dumpty school (Fiesole) Jack and Jill Summer school (Settignano) The Witch and the Wizard (Sorgane) happy kids I Enter here the history of your fundraising, what you plan to lift today, and under what conditions. I I KIDS 15% I EXPLAIN YOUR STRATEGY KIDS Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope WELCOME OUR BUSINESS 70% Happy Kids @ Gobetti-Volta, Bagno a Ripoli during the summer Business RESEARCH MARKETING MANAGER NEEDS PITCH Leo SMITH Personal Savings H APPY KIDS LEARN ENGLISH YOUR FINANCIAL have fun and learn English I Great demand for English Residential area with lots of young children Few opportunities for parents to find interesting activities for children in summer Possibility of using Gobetti-Volta grounds and pool A minimum of 25 children paying fees for the various clubs, including : traditional tuition, fun&games, speak&splash, lunch & laughter. Other special treats in the pool: snakes &ladders , hide 'n seek, treasure hunt " TEMPLATE BY CONTENT BY JEREMIE BERREBI


Transcript: FESTIVAL OVERVIEW FESTIVAL OVERVIEW Two games 20 minute halfs. Lost to Gloucester 30-15 Lost to Saracens 35-20 What were the things we looked at last week? did we rectify these? STOPPING 3 PASSES STOPPING 3 PASSES Collectively we stopped the 3 pass plays 78% of the time! 81% of the time in the Saracens game and 76% of the time v Gloucester This is an improvement on our game v Scotland where we had 68% Well Done! GET THE BALL BACK GET THE BALL BACK Top GTBB was Jonty Collins with 6! During the two games we got the ball back 27 times in the two games, but only in 6 different ways. Against Scotland we got the ball back 24 times and in 9 different ways. Our best way of getting the ball back proved to be Forcing a knock on, using the touchline (A Positive off the back of conversations we had following the Scotland Game) and the Jackle all with 7 each. Against Saracens we got the ball back 15 times and 5 of these were from Forced knock ons. Was the increased pressure we put on Saracens (Seen via 3 pass play stats) a reason for this? OSOK + OSIC V Scotland we didnt have one example of an OSOK. OSOK + OSIC In the whole day we had 7 this weekend, is this something we can continue to work on? because we didnt have many this weekend what did that mean to our continuity? Our ability to offload would give us a great OSIC highlight video, however we conceeded 36 turnovers on the day, is this a result of poor decision making on the ball and poos support of down continuity? Support Shape There were some great examples of Support Shape being used. v Scotland we had 56% Chaos in comparision to this weekend where we had 35% Chaos. Why was this? Our cobra was our best support shape to go forward with 44% of go forward from this type of support. The actual highest number is from 2nd reciever plays but we only used this shap 2 times in the whole day, can we do this more often? Support Shape GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER We only had 39% of Possession 45% Go Forward Conceeding 6 tries in the process. 5 From T/Overs Conceeded 9 Linebreaks Positive Outcomes Positive Outcomes We had 30% positive outcomes from our possessions in this game. Gloucester had 53% Positive outcomes from their Possessions. We only made it to 6 Phases on 2 occasions and gave away 16 Turnovers. Are these linked? do we apply pressure to score? Linebreak Conversion Linebreak Conversion We only made 4 Linebreaks but we scored 3 tries. 75% of our linebreaks resulted in tries. See video on the left for our tries. Defence Defence We got Broken 9 times, are there any trends in this? Have a look at the video and gather some thoughts. Last time out v Scotland we got broken on the edge a lot, this time, more through the middle. Are we connected with each other? SARACENS SARACENS We had much more of the ball in this game, 49%. We actually had more linebreaks then Saracens (11/9) Our positive outcomes were still low at 35% with 51% Go Forward. Possession Outcomes Possession Outcomes We had much more of the ball in this game, but we gave away 20 turnovers. These turnovers had a massive effect on the game as some of them directly lead to Saracens Tries. We need to make better decisions around our passing. Are we exchanging information with each other around what we are seeing? Linebreaks Creating Opportunities We made 11 linebreaks in this game, What were the differences between this game and the Saracens game? our linebreak conversion was only 36% in comparison to 75% in the other game. Is our support of the ball following a linebreak effective? are we building pressure to score? GTBB GET THE BALL BACK We got the ball back 15 times in this game, 5 from a knock on, 3 from the touchline, jackle and interceptions. What other opporuntities to get the ball back didnt we use? YOUTUBE LIVE REVIEW YOUTUBE LIVE REVIEW TONIGHT AT 8PM LINK WILL BE PUT ON THE WHATSAPP GROUP AT 7-30PM MAKE SURE YOU GATHER SOME THOUGHTS BEFORE HAND

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Transcript: DR MELAYNA KAY LAMB Policing and Institutional Racism What does it mean to say the police are institutionally racist? the context “The collective failure of an organisation to provide an appropriate and professional service to people because of their colour, culture, or ethnic origin. It can be seen or detected in processes, attitudes and behaviour which amount to discrimination through unwitting prejudice, ignorance, thoughtlessness and racist stereotyping which disadvantage minority ethnic people” MACPHERSON REPORT 1999 London Riots 2011 hypothesis "Mr Speaker, initially there were some peaceful demonstrations following Mark Duggan's death and understandably and appropriately the police were cautious about how they dealt with this. However, this was then used as an excuse by opportunist thugs in gangs, first in Tottenham itself, then across London and then in other cities. It is completely wrong to say there is any justifiable causal link. It is simply preposterous for anyone to suggest that people looting in Tottenham at the weekend, still less three days later Salford, were in any way doing so because of the death of Mark Duggan. The young people stealing flat screen televisions and burning shops that was not about politics or protest, it was about theft." LSE/Guardian: Reading the Riots Widespread anger and frustration at people’s every day treatment at the hands of police was a significant factor in the summer riots in every major city where disorder took place. Of the 270 people interviewed, 85% said policing was an “important” or “very important” factor in why the riots happened George Flloyd, Breonna Taylor and BLM 2020 Governor Tim Walz (Minnesota) “Let’s be very clear, the situation in Minneapolis, is no longer, in any way, about the murder of George Floyd. It is about attacking civil society, instilling fear and disrupting our great cities.” materials 05 04 03 02 01 The evidence the evidence Black people are 9 times more likely to be stopped and searched by police than white people Black people were 18 times more likely to be stopped under section 60 where reasonable suspicion is not required stop and search 2019-2020 UK stop&search Traffic Stops USA 2020 traffic stops A new study, undertaken by Ravi Shroff and his colleagues at the Stanford Open Policing Project, found that in a dataset of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers relative to their share of the residential population. police violence and killings police brutality Black people in the US are 3 times more likely to be killed by police than white people. In the UK, British charity Inquest notes that BAME people die disproportionately as a result of use of force or restraint by the police with the number of BAME deaths in custody 2 times greater than others. Why is this a problem in both the UK and the US contexts? pandemic explanations explanations? 'Availability thesis' Unconscious bias Inadequate training Rates of crime "The pattern of disproportionate use of police stop/search powers is consistent with patterns of selective enforcement based on cultural stereotyping and the ‘heightened suspicion’ of black people." (Bowling and Phillips 2007) the origins The origins of policing Anti-Blackness and the afterlives of colonialism and slavery stokely carmichael “When a black family moves into a home in a white neighbourhood, and it's stoned, burned or routed out, the latter is an overt act of individual racism, and many people condemn that, in words at least. But it is institutionalized racism that keeps the black people locked in dilapidated slums, tenements, where they must live out their daily lives subject to the prey of exploiting slum landlords, merchants, loan-sharks and the restrictive practices of real-estate agents.” slavery Slave Patrols USA “While night watch groups were established in the northern colonies, groups of white men organized into slave patrols in the southern colonies. These slave patrols were responsible for controlling, returning, and punishing runaway slaves. The slave patrols helped to maintain the economic order in the southern colonies. These slave patrols are generally considered to be the first “modern” police organizations in this country. In 1837, Charleston, South Carolina, had a slave patrol with over one hundred officers, which was far larger than any northern city police force at that time” (Walker, 1999) colonialism Policing the Colonies Colonial policing involved armed forces, mercenaries, and paramilitary groups, and was honed in mid 20th century struggles to maintain colonies against uprisings – particularly in the Malayan and Kenyan “emergencies”. These became “test-cases” that developed counterinsurgency (COIN) in continuation with colonial small wars. The fundamental aim was political – with population control and incentivised collaboration supported by a network of intelligence collection

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