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  1. 1. School Produced by Excellent ESL 4u www.excellentesl4u.com
  2. 2. American football An American sport played with an oval ball between two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  3. 3. Art The study of drawing, painting and other creative processes. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  4. 4. Art-room The room where art is taught and studied. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  5. 5. Assembly The start of the school day when all the pupils gather together. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  6. 6. Assignment A piece of work to be done at home (similar to homework and coursework). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  7. 7. Attend To be present at a specific location, or to go to a specific school. (verb) www.excellentesl4u.com
  8. 8. Bag A container for carrying books and other items (similar to satchel and school bag). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  9. 9. Baseball An American sport played with a bat and ball between two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  10. 10. Basketball An American sport played on a court with a ball and two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  11. 11. Bell The machine that makes a loud noise to signal the start and end of the school day. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  12. 12. Biology The scientific study of animals and plants. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  13. 13. Blackboard An area, often on a wall, to write on using chalk. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  14. 14. Break The times during the day when children do not have lessons and can do what they want (American English, same as playtime and recess). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  15. 15. Caretaker The person responsible for cleaning and fixing buildings (British English, same as janitor). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  16. 16. Chair An object to sit on. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  17. 17. Chalk The object used to make marks on a blackboard. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  18. 18. Changing room The place where people put on different clothes before doing sport (British English, same as locker room). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  19. 19. Chemistry The scientific study of matter and substances. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  20. 20. Christmas holiday The time in December and January when children do not need to go to school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  21. 21. Class A group of children who all study a subject together. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  22. 22. Classroom assistant An adult who helps a teacher look after and teach children (similar to teaching assistant). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  23. 23. Classroom The place where teachers teach children. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  24. 24. Collect To gather something or someone from a place. (verb) www.excellentesl4u.com
  25. 25. Computer lab The place where information technology is taught. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  26. 26. Course work A large and important piece of work to be done at home (similar to assignment and homework). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  27. 27. Cricket A British sport played with a bat and ball between two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  28. 28. Daunting To be frightening or upsetting and difficult to complete. (adjective) www.excellentesl4u.com
  29. 29. Department A specialized part of something that is larger, e.g., art department. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  30. 30. Deputy head The second most important person in a school (British English, same as deputy principle). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  31. 31. Deputy principle The second most important person in a school (American English, same as deputy head). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  32. 32. Design and technology The study of how things are made and how to make technical objects. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  33. 33. Desk A flat area on which children do their school work (similar to table). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  34. 34. Dinner worker The person who makes and serves food in the middle of the day in a school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  35. 35. Drop-off To leave something or someone at a specific place. (verb) www.excellentesl4u.com
  36. 36. Easter holiday The time in March or April when children do not need to go to school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  37. 37. Education The knowledge that is learnt from other people. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  38. 38. Elementary school A school for children from about 5 years old to about 11 years old (American English, same as primary school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  39. 39. English language The study of the grammar and mechanics of using English. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  40. 40. English literature The study of written English. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  41. 41. Exam A formal test to determine how much a person knows. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  42. 42. Exercise book A book for writing in and doing school work in. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  43. 43. Fare The money that has to be paid to use a bus or train. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  44. 44. Football A British sport played with a round ball between two teams (same as soccer). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  45. 45. Former To have previously done something but to not be doing it now. (adjective) www.excellentesl4u.com
  46. 46. Geography The study of the Earth and the people on the Earth. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  47. 47. Grade A group of children all the same age within a school, e.g., grade 1, grade 2 (American English, same as year). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  48. 48. Grounds The open area around the school buildings. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  49. 49. Gym The place where sport and physical education are done inside a building. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  50. 50. Half-term A short holiday that comes in the middle of each school term. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  51. 51. Head teacher The most important person in a school, the person who is in charge (British English, same as principle). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  52. 52. High school A school for children from about 11 years old to 18 years old (American English, same as secondary school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  53. 53. History The study of what has happened in the past. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  54. 54. Hockey A sport played with a curved stick and small ball between two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  55. 55. Holiday The time when children do not go to school and can stay at home. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  56. 56. Home economics The study of how to prepare food and manage a house. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  57. 57. Homework The work that has to be done away from school in the even or at the weekend (similar to assignment and coursework). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  58. 58. Information technology The study of computers and the Internet. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  59. 59. Janitor The person responsible for cleaning and fixing buildings (American English, same as caretaker). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  60. 60. Kindergarten The place children go before they start school at 5 years old (American English, same as nursey). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  61. 61. Latin The study of the language that was spoken by the Roman people. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  62. 62. Lessons The different parts of the day when children learn different subjects, normally between 40 and 60 minutes. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  63. 63. Locker room The place where people put on different clothes before doing sports (American English, same as changing room). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  64. 64. Marker pen The objects used to make marks on a whiteboard. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  65. 65. Mathematics The study of numbers. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  66. 66. Middle school An uncommon type of school that comes between an elementary/primary school and a high/secondary school in some places. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  67. 67. Music The study of artistic auditory communication. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  68. 68. Netball A British sport played on a court with a ball and two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  69. 69. Nursery The place children go before they start school at 5 years old (British English, same as kindergarten). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  70. 70. Overhead projector A machine for making an image bigger and showing it on a flat surface, such as a wall. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  71. 71. Packed lunch The food that children take to each at school from home. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  72. 72. Period The different parts of the day when children learn different subjects, normally between 40 and 60 minutes. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  73. 73. Physical education The performing of sport or other energetic activities. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  74. 74. Physics The scientific study of matter and energy. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  75. 75. Playground The area outside the school buildings where the children can run around. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  76. 76. Playtime The times during the day when children do not have lessons and can do what they want (British English, same as break and recess). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  77. 77. Primary school A school for children from about 5 years old to about 11 years old (British English, same as elementary school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  78. 78. Principle The most important person in a school, the person who is in charge (American English, same as head teacher). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  79. 79. Private school A school that is not run by the government and parents have to pay money for their children to attend it (same as public school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  80. 80. Projector A machine for showing images from a computer on a flat surface, such as a wall. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  81. 81. Public school A school that is not run by the government and parents have to pay money for their children to attend it (same as private school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  82. 82. Pupils The children that attend a specific school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  83. 83. Reception The first class that children attend when they are just 5 years old. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  84. 84. Recess The times during the day when children do not have lessons and can do what they want (American English, same as break and playtime). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  85. 85. Register The document that records the children’s attendance at school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  86. 86. Religious education (RE) The study of different beliefs from around the world. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  87. 87. Rounders A British sport that is played with a small bat and ball by two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  88. 88. Rugby A British sport that is played with an oval ball by two teams. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  89. 89. Satchel A type of bag with a fold over opening at the top for carrying books and other items (similar to bag and school bag). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  90. 90. School bag A container for carrying books and other items (similar to satchel and bag). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  91. 91. School bus A form of transport for taking children to school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  92. 92. School The place where children go to learn new knowledge. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  93. 93. Science lab The place where children learn biology, chemistry and physics. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  94. 94. Science The study of the physical and natural world via the subjects of biology, chemistry and physics. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  95. 95. Secondary school A school for children from about 11 years old to 18 years old (British English, same as high school). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  96. 96. Semester One of two parts of an academic year, when an academic year is divided into half. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  97. 97. Sixth form The final two years of study and school before students go to university (British English). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  98. 98. Soccer A British sport played with a round ball between two teams (same as football). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  99. 99. Sport An activity that requires someone to move and be active. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  100. 100. Sport field The outside area where physical education can be undertaken. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  101. 101. State school A school that is run by the government of a country so that all children can get an education. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  102. 102. Study To learn a specific subject or to learn information. (verb) www.excellentesl4u.com
  103. 103. Students The children who attend a school to get an education. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  104. 104. Subject A specific area of knowledge. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  105. 105. Summer holiday The time in June, July, August and September (depending on location) when children do not need to go to school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  106. 106. Swimming pool The place to do physical education while being in water. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  107. 107. Table A flat area on which children do their school work (similar to desk). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  108. 108. Teach To give knowledge and information to other people. (verb) www.excellentesl4u.com
  109. 109. Teacher A person who works in a school and tells the children what they need to know. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  110. 110. Teaching assistant An adult who helps a teacher look after and teach children (similar to classroom assistant). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  111. 111. Term One of three parts that an academic year is divided into. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  112. 112. Text book The source of the information that children learn in school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  113. 113. Uniform The clothes that children have to wear when attending school. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  114. 114. Whiteboard An area, often on a wall, to write on using marker pens. (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
  115. 115. Year A group of children all the same age within a school, e.g., year 1, year 2 (British English, same as grade). (noun) www.excellentesl4u.com
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