It found that British primary school children lose [pounds sterling]187m worth of school uniform each year.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for British Primary (school)
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We have 93 other meanings of BP in our Acronym Attic
- Break-Up Point
- Breastplate (armor)
- Brilliant Pebbles
- Brioche Pasquier (French baked goods company)
- British Patent
- British Pathé
- British Petroleum (oil company)
- British Pharmacopoeia (medicinal standards collection; UK)
- British Pound
Samples in periodicals archive:
6 ( ANI ): Teachers at a British primary school barring siblings of kids who would be performing in a Christmas celebration concert, over fears that they might be too noisy and disrupt the performances on stage has reportedly caused outrage among parents.
As with previous, similar protests, including Salman Rushdie's 1988 novel; the Danish cartoons of 2005; the British primary teacher's arrest over the naming of a Teddy bear in a school in Sudan in 2007, not one in 250,000 Muslims would ever have seen the film, were it not for the publicity and hype purposefully stirred up around it.
Tara School was founded in 1990 as a primary (K-3) school based on the British primary school system, with a K-1 combined classroom and a 2-3 combined classroom.
I might sound a little parochial, but I'm fighting the corner of British industry and the British primary producer.
With at least one British primary school pupil having apparently expressed admiration for the '7/7 martyrs', all schoolteachers should consider their own response in similar circumstances.
Byline: Neil McKay SCIENCE testing in British primary schools is having a negative impact on encouraging children's natural curiosity, say North East academics.
Set in 1982, British primary school bullying victim Will Proudfoot (Milner) lives in a stifling home where, his mother (Stevenson) is strict with him to ensure he doesn't make the same mistakes she did.