Unhallowed Ground: Lest hier das Blu-ray Review zum Schulhorror mit Geistereffekt. Rezension mit Bewertung von Bild und Ton uncut. Sechs reiche Privatschüler der Dhoultham School erhalten von der britischen Armee den Auftrag, ihre Schule eine Nacht lang zu bewachen. Sie sollen dadurch Mut beweisen und erste Eindrücke vom Militär-Training bekommen. Zunächst schlagen sich die. Unhallowed Ground ein Film von Russell England mit Ameet Chana, Poppy Drayton. Inhaltsangabe: In dieser Nacht bewachen sechs Schüler.
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My OFSTED rating is 'outstanding' okay? Well, it was, when OFSTED were allowed to tell you your own rating I also know that most teachers love their job, and their kids, and hate the school system they are locked into.
Where there are no real consequences to negative behaviour, and where true innovation cannot be contained. And where, really, they'd just like to teach, without the garbage of the tick-list.
And I also know They do. They learn to the level of experience and living put in front of them. Birth a kid into an orphanage in Romania, and they will have jelly for brains inside 5 years.
Birth a child into a living breathing household, with a happy adult and several books, that are read, and human interaction and excitement for life..
Whatever we put in front of them - they will absorb. They have a gazillion little neurons in their brain, called mirror neurons.
When they watch someone do something in front of them, mirror neurons fire as if they had physically done it themselves. Chop an onion in front of a toddler, the toddler's brain reacts as if they toddler picked up the knife and did the chopping.
When they get to do some chopping on their own, the brain remembers it knows how to - it's fired itself to do the action.
When kids see some one doing something in front of them, the mirror neurons fire, and they need to copy it - to do the thing they are seeing.
When they repeat it, the neuron firing in their brain, locks the lesson of what they've seen, and what they've then done It's called 'learning'.
And the most efficient form of learning is looking, and then doing. So no need to worry about reading, writing, 'rithmatic or rocket science.
If you read in front of them, write in front of them, and count in front of them, they will learn to do so.
If you speak your emotions and discuss emotional difficulties - they will learn to do so. If you attack problems as things that can be overcome..
If you cook in front of them, if you clean in front of them If you encourage them to take part, when they volunteer their desire to do so If you live in a tribal village and build canoes to fish..
If you live by the computer Further, your child will learn to read.. Watching you, is their first major lesson in all life skills.
Copying, their second. Live a full happy life in front of your kids Show skills as you do them.. Lazy parenting is the most efficient parenting there is.
Forget teaching them to do something And that's my teacher-ly credentials speaking - honest! So here's my official teacher based 'don't worry' list for parents considering autonomous home education.
My three tops tips:. Worry about play. When people ask about the socialisation, reply "My child plays with other kids a lot.
Every time someone mentions socialisation - reframe the conversation to 'play'. You'll worry a whole lot less when you do this, and people will stop asking you about it, a whole lot more.
Never use the word 'socialisation', just set up a lot of play dates. Tell them a good and experienced teacher you know, has pointed out how important play is, and how much you agree with that, and move on.
If you don't have access to enough other kids to do this.. Get down on your hands and knees and play cowboys and endangered indigenous peoples.
The play is the thing. When singing alphabet rhymes, you write the letters in front of them. When working out the petrol bill, write the figures down so they can see it.
Do , don't teach. Got one of those kid's sized black boards things? Put an adult chair next to it, for when you use it. A special word about reading here.
It's not read to them: read for yourself. Of course, you read to them too! Sit with a book in your own lap, every day.
Do it in front of your child. Let them know that it's an important thing you are doing, and don't let them interrupt you. Say in an exasperated voice "I'm trying to read here!
Talk to other adults about great books you've read, and have the conversation in front of the kids. Lead by example.
Kids learn from you what is important in life. The inner space of a book, combined with the outer contact of information, makes books the number one resource in all our lives.
Read that resource for yourself, in front of them. Praise the resource, and enjoy the book for you. They'll yearn for the day they too can say "Mum, get out of here, I'm reading.
Kids don't get better at something, in a straight line. They learn things, forget them, pick them back up and then make sudden leaps in understanding.
They have to visit any new thing, at least five times, before effective memory retention is created. And that's neural.
A neural connection being made in the brain, is the physical location of the learning. That neural connection is not strong and in place, until it has been fired at least five times.
And it won't connect to another neuron, another bit of learning, until that connections has been hit five times So there is no such thing as "We did this yesterday, you should know it by now.
Look at the world in yearly sections, or half yearly. Your child will be able to show a lot of progress in six months, or a year.
Don't fuss about anything less - simply not worth it. Time is the biggest investment home educating families give to their children: let them mature slowly, like cheese.
Don't worry about these three things - and you'll do great! Don't worry and angst and wonder about if you are doing the right things Let them see you do It's science!
Posted by Unhallowed Ground at 6 comments:. Thursday, 25 February Complaining to the BBC. There are no words to be said, about the day of Victoria 's final memorial ceremony, in what would have been her 18th year, being the day they use Khyra as a whipping girl to beat home education.
However, there is a lot to be said for HOW you complain to the BBC. The BBC self regulates its content. OFCOM rules do not apply to it. HOWEVER, and it is a big however, the principles of the Broadcasting Code apply.
If you are complaining to the BBC today, do not just tell them you are disgusted, annoyed, ashamed etc. Make a formal complaint and use the language of the Broadcasting Code.
State upfront you know the complaint goes to them, the BBC, but use the language and principles of The Code.
State you wish a response from them, in terms of your complaint about The Code breeches. Broadcasting Code.
Relevant bits: Impartiality and Accuracy. The BBC has a responsibility to follow the Broadcasting Code on impartial and accurate information.
Complaints about this, are dealt with in-house. By the BBC. However, the BBC Trust oversees the complaints are handled properly.
If you are complaining, state you wish to be informed of the BBC Trust's response, to the volume of complaints being received ont he Khyra issue.
You can also copy your complaint to the BBC Trust. If the BBC doesn't respond well to the original complaint, you can then c omplain to the BBC Trust , about how the BBC handled your complaint.
Code is also required in the case of the BBC by the BBC Agreement and, in the case of S4C, by statute. Some things you may wish to use in your complaint :.
This initially seems like it'd be a boring, routine assignment that will pay off only with experience, until the cadets find that they'll be joined by some female cadets from another school, Verity, Sophie and Meenah.
The teens quickly decide to throw an impromptu party, however their fun is soon spoiled when they realize that Dhoultham has been the site of multiple horrific deaths that date back to the s, when many died from the Black Plague.
The group soon finds that the school is very haunted and that the ghosts are out for blood. To make matters worse, they're not the only ones trapped in the school as would-be cat burglars Jazz and Shane have broken into the school with the intent to rob it blind.
Critical reception for Unhallowed Ground have been mixed. Daniel Andrew Lewis Carmichael Rachel Petladwala Meena Morgane Polanski Sophie Paul Raschid Rishi Will Thorp Shane Richard Derrington Richard Graystone Gil Cohen-Alloro Plague Doctor Jacob James Beswick Hanged Spirit Tom Glenister Burned Spirit Perry Moore Buried Spirit Drew Sheridan-Wheeler Edit Storyline Six private school students spend a night patrolling the eerie grounds of the historic Dhoultham School as part of a British Army initiative to provide rich kids with basic military training.
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There is another sniper hiding on the tree, eyes high. After this you will reach a checkpoint with a MG 42 gunner and two Elite guards, I recommend you stick to your trusty Mauser rifle.
If you mount the MG 42, you will have to deal with 2 more Elite guards, so leave it alone or make the gun barrel heat up, your call.
Don't forget the Panzerfaust case on the collapsed bridge, you will need it. The bridge is collapsed, so you have to take the alternate route to Castle Wolfenstein.
Head for the truck and meet 2 more Elite guards, you know what to do. Now, this looks like a temple and Oh no, the way behind you is blocked.
This is another boss fight, but unlike the Norway mission, this time you will have to deal with two super soldiers. But to be honest, this one is easier.
You have a lot of cover and the area is much bigger. What first comes to light in this is that parts of the story are very similar to the real life Sharon Shoesmith welfare worker, who was suspended then permanently expelled from her employment after her and her team failed after numerous visits to curb the abuse of a toddler and this re With tons of thrillers littering the shelves it hard to know what to pick up.
What first comes to light in this is that parts of the story are very similar to the real life Sharon Shoesmith welfare worker, who was suspended then permanently expelled from her employment after her and her team failed after numerous visits to curb the abuse of a toddler and this resulted in the child's death.
The media whipped up a frenzy about how inept her department were, and now she just like the character Georgie shares quite a bit of life experiences from both their professional failures.
That where the familiarity parts way and Georgie leaves her home after threatening incidences and media pressure. She inherits a skanky old cottage in a remote part of South West U.
During her new start, the small odd ball assortment of locals don't make settling in easy. A few of her friends visit along with a kind of part time boyfriend, who she seems to be with mainly to get him to help out with chores, before sending him on his way with half a packet of crisps and a hand shandy.
Then it's the hard long winter to look forward to, and this is where this book slowly takes grip of it's reader. She sees a shadowy figure staring in at her home from the hills, an eye peering at her from her in a crack in the wood shed roof, and her only companion her pet dog goes missing.
This begins to feels a little like perhaps the Shining. I was constantly guessing whilst reading this, that the reason to what was happening was the result of stress suffered from the breakdown of her career.
Then the figure she was seeing around hills near her house could be the work of the supernatural.
Further reading then made me then think she was being stalked by a hater who had followed her down from London, the very town where she had fled to escape the press intrusion and public backlash, or was it one of the neighbors who didn't like the presence of her coupled with the fact she was an out of towner.
Or had the isolation started playing trick on her eyes and memory. Yes it one of those keeps you guessing, and prompting the reader to think a certain way, then later on another.
The result is a pleasing mix, and one that I would whole heartily recommend. If your expecting big things from this book then this is maybe not for you, but what we have here is a subtle edgy little smalltime novel.
No pretentious winged beasts flying around the countryside, no slash and stalk either, or conspiracy theories. Sounds dull? Not really. Pick up and read, sometimes less, but not too little is sometimes definitely more.
Feb 20, Leah rated it really liked it Shelves: psychological-thriller , crime , new-to-me , Guilt and fear So when she unexpectedly inherits a cottage in a tiny hamlet on Dartmoor it seems an ideal place to escape to for a few months — until she meets the strange and mostly unfriendly neighbours, that is.
White handles prose with originality and control, and in Georgie she creates a completely believable character, flawed, yes Guilt and fear For the first half of the book, White cuts between the present and the past, letting us see the events that have brought Georgie to this place and this state of mind.
As winter comes and the snow starts to fall, Georgie is trapped in the cottage and alone… For the most part, I thought this was a first-rate slow-burn psychological thriller that kept me hooked and on edge.
NB This review is of a proof copy provided by the publisher. Mar 22, Leanne Kale sparks rated it liked it. This story had a great many twists and turns, most dealing with the history and experiences of the main character, Georgie.
Her life was a series of mysteries that are not fully known to the reader until the very end of the book. The cast of characters she meets are interesting, and I felt I knew every one of them from my own life.
Gillian White is able to paint a vivid picture of Furze Pen This story had a great many twists and turns, most dealing with the history and experiences of the main character, Georgie.
Gillian White is able to paint a vivid picture of Furze Pen Cottage, down to the damp cold winter in the lonely hollow. I could see the gross, moldy shower, and feel the cold wind coming in through every crack.
She really brought her characters to life, for the most part. The only real issue I have is a feeling that the conclusion is a bit rushed.
My initial reaction to this book was one of despair — I despaired of the unsympathetic protagonist, Georgie.
I could not stand the pages of wallowing self pity. I was rewarded with a story that from a slow burn ignited a pressure pot of fear, desperation and substance.
I did warm to Georgie as she dwelt less on her past and we learned more about her current situat My initial reaction to this book was one of despair — I despaired of the unsympathetic protagonist, Georgie.
I did warm to Georgie as she dwelt less on her past and we learned more about her current situation. This book will not date.
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