The Influence of School Nursing

first_img“They say take school serious, my education is so important that I don’t take notice that he’s there.”Seeing a young girl who has not reached the age of 16 breastfeeding a crying infant, who seems to need breast milk every hour, in her classroom makes the other girls uncomfortable, they said.“Having a baby looks fun; at least you’ll have someone to play with and bring to school everyday,” stated Louise, a 14 year old who sits next to ‘Tanya,’ who brings her nine month old to school everyday.“It’s embarrassing seeing a young girl like that with a baby; no man will want to marry you if they see that. Plus, when will she get to read her book when he keeps sucking and throwing her books around in the classroom?” asked Ruthie, a young girl who claims she is not in favor of young girls having sex before marriage.The real question in 16-year-old Tanya’s life is: why did she get pregnant if school is her first priority? According to the teen, having a baby is one of the sacrifices she had to make to go to school.“When I enrolled, I needed money to buy uniform to attend and then food to be able to focus while there. People in my community know that I love school very much and have over the years supported my going. This time around, one man saw that I needed things to get in school and offered to help. I couldn’t refuse,” Tanya, whose name has been changed, stated.Tanya had to get over her initial feelings when she started showing, at the age of 15, that she was pregnant. It wasn’t until she was well into her seventh month that she was sent home to deliver her baby. Tanya says she never missed a day of school; she would to school to receive her work and then sit around the cafeteria until classes end.“I always sat where I could hear my teacher teach our lesson; that’s how addicted I am to school,” Tanya stated, “and when they allowed me back, I brought my son with me.”The 9th graders in her class have different feelings towards sex and believe having underage sex is a crime because government has been stern in ensuring that girls under the age of 18 are protected from sexual assault and rape.“Watching Tanya have a baby and then start bringing the baby to school is going against everything the president said,” they added.Meanwhile, Tanya says her education will “continue and hold” despite her baby; and that with her new responsibility as a mother, she believes her education will be more essential now that she is learning for her and the child.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img*Flight prices correct on date of publication.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 8. Prague from £198Party the night away and still keep control over those purse strings with a budget break in Prague. The Duplex Club is the place to be, a rooftop bar and restaurant in the middle of Wenceslas Square boasting great views over the city skyline. Food is served until 10pm, but get your dancing shoes on after that when it turns in to nightclub. 3. Geneva from £147A short two hour flight and you could be partying on the slopes or on the shore of Lake Geneva this New Year’s Eve. Rémy Pagani, Geneva’s mayor, invites you to celebrate in the Swiss city with live music, international DJs and lots of street food fare; proof that Geneva’s Plainpalais definitely has party! 4. Berlin from £158Head to this hipster hangout for one of the coolest NYE parties in Europe. Expect to find almost a million people milling around between Brandenburg Gate and the Victory Column, enjoying the festival of food and fireworks in Berlin. Best thing about it? Admission is free so you won’t have to blow all your budget in one night!Read more: 10 best free things to do in Berlin 2. Barcelona from £150Join the crowds on the streets of Catalonia’s capital in Barcelona, Spain, for New Year’s celebrations to remember. Catch a train to the Montjuïc fountains and secure a spot to watch the fireworks and light show at midnight. The highlight of the evening will be a performance featuring a 15 metre high sculpture representing the Millennium Spirit. For hotels in Barcelona check out Skyscanner.Read more: 10 best things to do in Barcelona – a local’s guidehttp://www.youtube.com/embed/TznG6clH1eY?rel=0 7. Amsterdam from £186It may be one of the most expensive cities in Europe, but Amsterdam this New Year’s Eve is a steal at less than £200 for flights, a train in to the city and entrance to Awakenings, the country’s largest techno event. Held at the Gashouder, a gas storage tank built in 1902, Awakenings is hosted this year by Carl Cox, British DJ and rave veteran. Don’t expect to be in bed before the bells with this one!http://www.youtube.com/embed/JCx06G5ENU8?rel=0 Looking for an unforgettable way to welcome in the New Year? Have the party of a lifetime in one of these 10 European cities.Jet off, dance ‘til dawn and return ready to take on the January blues, without breaking the bank. All prices* include return flights departing on New Year’s Eve and returning on January 1st, transfer from the airport to the city centre and entry to the biggest New Year’s Eve event in town. From Paris to Prague, check out these epic party places for the best way to say hello to 2015:1. Dublin from £107You don’t have to go too far to have a New Year’s Eve with a difference. Jet off on the 31st, take a bus to the city centre and wile away the hours until 2015 at Dublin’s Countdown Concert. Make sure you check out the city’s Temple Bar area for a pint of the black stuff (Guinness) in a traditional Irish pub. 10. Rome from £246Rock up in Rome for a New Year’s Eve to remember! You’ll be feeling the love after a night of celebrations at Amore Festival, an electronic music event held at the Nuova Fiera Di Roma. If you’re not feeling too bright the morning after the night before, don’t forget that Rome is the perfect place to pick up that hangover pizza cure. 9. Madrid from £245Check out the Spanish capital for a whole host of different parties and New Year’s celebrations. From DJ sessions at the famous Fabrik nightclub, to more music at megaclub Teatro Kapital, there’s tons of opportunity to shake your tail feather in Madrid.Read more: 10 best things to do in Madrid – a local’s guide 5. Paris from £167The city of love is the perfect place for those who love to party. Kick off proceedings with some early evening ice skating at the open air rink outside the Hôtel de Ville. Come midnight, make sure you’ve secured a good spot in Champ de Mars park in front of the Eiffel Tower to quaff champagne and watch the spectacular light show. http://www.youtube.com/embed/UkvKZ8LhfDA?rel=06. Budapest from £164Head to Budapest for the hottest New Year’s Eve festival in Hungary, Instant, featuring 26 rooms, seven bars and seven stages. Fly to this ancient city and enjoy an evening of live music in some of Budapest’s famous ‘ruin pubs’ retro drinking dens filled with mis-matched furniture, unusual artwork and fairy lights. Read more: Top 10 things to see and do in Budapest Related10 New Year’s Eve parties in Europe for under £250No sleep ‘til 2015! Spend 24hrs celebrating 2015 and spend less than £250 in these European cities.10 New Year’s Eve parties in Europe for under £250No sleep ‘til 2015! Spend 24hrs celebrating 2015 and spend less than £250 in these European cities.Alternative New Year’s Eve 2016: unusual places to party in the UKDo your New Year’s Eve parties usually end with more of a fizzle than a bang? Leave Jools and your sofa behind and see 2017 in in style. Here are nine alternative New Year’s Eve events happening around the UK this December 31st for you to choose from:last_img read more