|7th||Re-opened school. Children & staff all present.|
A new stove with pipes & radiators has been fixed in the main room during the holidays.
|11th||On Bks. 29. Av. 26.3 %. 90.6.|
|18th||Edward Godfrey met with an accident in the playground this morning & has cut his head. P.T. took him to the hospital (Goldings) & he has had the wound dressed and gone home.|
|22nd||Received goods from Ed. Supply Dept.|
|25th||On Bks. 29. Av. 25.9 %. 89.3|
Miss Fyson spent yesterday afternoon with the P.T.’s.
Edward Godfrey has been at school as usual this week.
As the weather has been favourable the boys have had extra time in the garden in order to get on with the digging.
|31st||Chas. Carter was too late for mark this morning & as this is not the first time he has been kept at work, I have informed the attendance officer. (at work at Waterford Hall.)|
Mr. Button called.
|1st||Gardening taken on Monday instead of Tuesday this week, – other work as usual, except in Infant’s Class where two sleep lessons in the afternoon have been allowed – after air-raids.|
William Clapham has left the village
On Bks. 28. Av. 25.4 %. 90.5
Received new Time-table duly signed.
|6th||a.m. visit. J.Marsh.|
|8th||Mr. Button called in the morning & Mrs. Hawley Sharpe in the afternoon.|
The Hon. Mrs. R.A. Smith visited the school on the morning of the 6th & had a chat with Mr. Marsh.
|13th||School closed all day. (Ash Wednesday).|
The two P.T’s are spending the morning at the Cowbridge Schools, Hertford.
|15th||On Bks. 28 Av. 24.7 %. 88.4|
|19th||Chrn. Examined by school niurse.|
|26th||Dr. R.A. Dunn assisted by the School Nurse examined 7 scholars this morning.|
|27th||Infants left at 11.30 to enable one P.T. to give a criticism lesson to the Seniors. Std. IV & the other P.T. criticise.|
|1st||Charles Hart, aged twelve, has gone to work on the land this week.|
Total attendance 24.7 % 88.2.
|5th||Mr. Button called.|
|8th||Work as usual this week. On bks. 28. Av. 24.6 %. 87.8. Two boys on reg. are now employed in agriculture & William Hart has been absent six weeks. These thirty lost attendances very much reduce our weekly percentage.|
|15th||Work as usual this week.|
On Bks. 28. Av. 24 %. 85.7
|18th||The following report has been received from the Board of Education.|
Date of Ins. Feb. 6th
The new Head Mistress has put great energy into her work & is well supported by generous managers. The children speak out confidently & clearly & are eager & happy in their work. The written exercises are neat & praiseworthy & the knowledge of the children though not great is on the increase.
The introduction of Pupil Teachers, the gardening & nature study, the practical lessons on Household matters & the Dancing are new & praiseworthy features.
Signed F.S. Marvin. H.M.i.
The pr____ Report is a correct transcript.
|18th||Miss Fyson spends the morning with the P.T’s. All children have extra half hou play this morning.|
Admitted two boys this morning.
|20th||Atten. Officer called.|
|21st||Rev. Hawley Sharpe called.|
|22nd||On Bks. 30. Av. 26 %. 86.6|
|25th||Admitted William Nash aged 9 yrs., exceedingly nervous & backward, ahrdly fit for St. I.|
|28th||School closes for Easter holidays. Three children are absent with whooping cough.|
On Bks. 31. Av. 23.6 %. 76.2
|8th||Re-opened School this morning – only 20 present.|
Admitted Gladys Wrangles.
|11th||Checked Registers & found correct|
|12th||On bks 32. Av. 19.8 % 61.8 Whooping Cough is still prevalent.|
As there have only been 3 Infants present this week the P.T’s have had extra study time & have also overlooked the Standards whilst gardening has taken place. Extra time has been given to gardening as the Emergency Plot is only just ready for planting.
Household Management has also had extra time this week,.
|19th||No gardening this week owing to unsuitable weather. Other work as usual. Oral lessons exceedingly difficult to give owing to incessant coughing of children. % this week 67.8|
|26th||Rev. H Sharpe visited the school this morning.|
|3rd||On bks. 32. Av. 22 %67.8|
The chrn. made a collection of waste paper & with the proceeds from its sale have bought 4 hoes, 2 spades, 1 rake, 1 garden line & reel, 1 trowel & 1 pr. shears, which will be stamped as the property of the school.
May . 4 . 1918
|7th||Madge Sharpe has slipped her knee-cap this morning so has gone home for a day or so to rest it. The School nurse was in the village at the time so has put it eight for her.|
|9th||Ascension Day – a whole day holiday.|
|10th||Two of the Crows have left the village this week so we now only have 30 on books. Av. 21.6 %72.|
All work as per time-table this week.
Rev. H Sharpe visited on Wednesday afternoon.
|13th||Mr Sambles1 visited on Wednesday the school & has promised to give three forks for gardening.|
|16th||Atten. Officer called. Received the forks.|
|17th||Mr Sambels called again. Work as usual this week except last hour this afternoon which is to be devoted to re-arranging the room cupboards &c – ready for the Summer term.|
We close this afternoon for one week.
Average this week 21 %70
|27th||Re-opened. All present except two boys working on the farm.|
|29th||Miss Fyson visited the P.T’s.|
Dr. Dunn examined Charles Hart.
Atten. Officer called.
|31st||Whooping Cough has quite disappeared & all chrn. seem in good health.|
One half of garden crops have been ruined by rabbits & hens so we have hurriedly re-planted with potatoes. Monday & Tuesday afternoons given to this work. Today ends our School year.
|7th||Work as usual this week. Atten. Officer called yesterday. On bks 30 Av. 27.8 % 92.6.|
Made up registers for last year.
Av. atten. for year. 25.43 % 85.
|14th||Work as usual this week.|
On Bks. 29 Av. 26.9 % 92.7.
|19th||Attendance Officer called.|
|21st||Work as usual this week.|
On bks 29 Av 27 % 93.1.
Filled up Form 1 & returned to the Correspondent.
|24.6.18||Admitted six children under five this week.|
|28th||Received books &c from Ed. Supply Asso. Gardening taken Thursday instead of Tuesday. Except for boys at work on the farm we have made full attendances both this week & last.|
On Bks 35. Av. 34 %97.1
|4th||Miss Fyson visited the P.T’s|
|5th||A half holiday given for good attendance during the past month.|
Two children admitted, one left this week.
On bks 36 Av. 33.3 % 92.5
|12th||Atten. Officer called yesterday. Work as usual this week. On bks 35 Av. 32 % 91.4|
|19th||Main room scholars examined & report book made up this week. Last term of Ed. year. Other work as per time-table. On bks 35 Av. 31.8 % 90.8|
|24th||As we are having a Concert this evening there is no afternoon school.|
|26th||I have finished examining & have made up reports. The children have done a very good year’s work.|
Registers made up & new ones left ready for marking. Time-table varied this week for Concert & Exam. purposes.
No gardening this week as it has been too wet.
On bks 35 Av. 32 % 91.4
I finish work as Head Mistress of this school today.
|2nd||I Mabel F. Howell take charge of this school from today – Reg. No. 03/3458|
Attendance good. All present but one.
School re-opens after five weeks holiday.
|6th||Attendance very good. All present the week except one who is on farm work. No. on books 30. Av. 29. 96.2 per cent.|
|13th||Attendance very good all the week.|
Av. Att. 28.8 One boy on farm work. No. on books 30. Att. Officer called.
|20th|| Work as usual during the week.|
Attendance very good. 95%.
No. on books 30.
Nurse visited the school & examined all children. No. pres. 27.
|25th||Miss Evelyn Sharpe absent today owing to illness. Time Table varied today. Four boys dig potatoes & gather because of the weather.|
|26th||Att. Officer called.|
|27th||Miss Evelyn Sharpe returned to duties. attendance again very good 95.3%. No. on books 30.|
|25th||Doctor Dunn visited the school & examined all the newcomers.|
|1st||Miss winnie Bygrave absent owing to a bad cold.|
|3rd||Miss W. Bygrave returned to duties.|
Rev. R. Harley Sharpe visited the school.
|1st||Afternoon session commences at 1.30 during the winter months.|
|4th||Attendance still very good.|
Average 28.6. Percentage 95. No. on books 30.
|8th||No Gardening. The weather was too wet. The boys did handwork instead.|
|11th||The Attendance still very good. The shcool closed ofr the afternoon holiday for good attendance during the past month. The percentage being over 95.|
No. on books 30. Per. cent 95.
|14th||The Hon. Mrs. Reg. Smith visited the school.|
|18th||Attendance not quite so good. One or two away with influenza colds. One aged 14 taken from the books.|
No on books 29.
|21st||Mrs Mitchell visited the P.T’s & inspected their work.|
|23rd||Mr. Button visited the school.|
|25th||Attendance drooped considerably owing to sickness. No. 29 on books.|
|30th||Time Table slightly varied first lesson in the morning & last lesson in afternoon reversed.|
|1st||Attendance very good, Av. 28.8. percentage 99.3. No. on books 29.|
|8th||Attendance still very good, Av. 27.9 Percentage 96.2. No. on books 29.|
One absent all week, excluded for ringworm.
|11th||Half-holiday given today owing to excitement caused by the Armistice being signed.|
|14th||Attendanc No. on books 29.e Officer called.|
|15th||Attendance dropped today. A few cases of influenza developed.|
Average att. 25.8. Percentage 81.
|18th||Marks Cancelled & school closed for a week, owing to many children away with influenza.|
|2nd||School re-opened after being closed for a fortnight for Influenza. No. on books 30 No. present 17.|
|6th||Attendance poor all the week. Av. 19. No. on books 30. percent. 63.|
Lilian Edeus re-admitted.
|10th||Examined Registers. Found correct. A.H. Sharpe.|
|9th||Mrs. Mitchell called to see P.T’s work.|
|12th||Attendance Officer called.|
|13th||Attendance much better. No. on books 30. 93%. Av. 28.|
|19th||Time Table varied today.|
School closes today for Xmas holidays.
|6th||School re-opened after Christmas.|
Prizes were given to the following children for good attendance by The Hon. Mrs Reg. Smith.
Perfect attendance for 5 Years
Perfect Attendance for 1 Year.
Ronald Fletcher. William Nash.
Less than 10 times
Bertie Carter. George Carter
Edward Wrangles. Edward Godfrey