|8th||Re-opened school – 43 children present. Several children absent with whooping cough. The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited.|
|10th||Classes III and IV had a lesson on “the Cat”|
|12th||19 children away from school all the week.|
|15th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited. Only 42 children present, 20 children absent with whooping cough and other illness|
|17th||Classes III & IV had a lesson on “Moist Sugar”|
|18th||Sent two children home because of “Chicken pox”|
|22nd||Twenty-one children unable to attend school because of illness amongst them.|
|24th||Lesson on Loaf-sugar given by Pupil-teacher|
|29th||Attendance much better.|
|4th||Fifty-two children present in the morning.|
|6th||Lesson given to Class III & IV on the “Clothing of Animals.”|
|14th||Classes III & Iv given a lesson on “Coffee”|
|20th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited in the morning and Mrs Robert Smith in the afternoon and she heard Class I read; afterwards at her request Classes I & II sang some music from the Blackboard.|
|23rd||Attendance much improved but still several children absent through illness.|
|26th||53 children present in the morning.|
|27th||Punished a child for being untruthful.|
|28th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited. Classes III & IV had a lesson on the “Cow.”|
|1st||Children of Standard III worked their sums more correctly than usual.|
|7th||Classes III & IV had a lesson on “Salt.”|
|9th||Several children absent during the week on account of the weather.|
|14th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited.|
Classes III & IV had a lesson on “the Sheep.”
|20th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett heard children of Class I recite their poetry.|
|21st||Lesson given to Classes III & iv on “the Tiger.”|
|2nd||Classes III and iv had a lesson on “the Tiger.”|
|10th||Attendance good. The children of Second division of Infants wrote very nicely to-day.|
|11th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett took children in Class I to Recitation. Classes III and iv had a lesson on the Fox.|
|18th||A lesson on Glass given to Classes III & iv.|
|23rd||Several children absent with colds. A child of Standard III reproved for untidiness and uncleanliness.|
|25th||Children of the lower division had a lesson on “Bees.”|
|2nd||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited and tested the registers.|
|4th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited and called over the names in the Registers|
|7th||Registers not marked in the morning because of the Examination in Religious Knowledge.|
|9th||Gave M. Wallis leave of absence to attend Confirmation.|
|10th||A lesson on “the Whale” given.|
|11th||The Rev. L.R. Tuttiett visited and tested the Registers.|
|14th||Whit-Monday. A holiday.|
|16th)||Miss Cannon assisted by two teachers from Bengeo Girls’ School|
|17th)||superintended the school, as I was unable to attend through illness.|
|18th||M. Wallis assisted by the Bengeo pupil teachers took charge of the school during my absence.|
|21st||School as usual. Miss E. Smith visited.|
|23rd||A lesson given on “the Gnat.”|
|6th||Children of Division II had a lesson on the “Rook”|
|8th||Children did needlework until half-past three.|
|11th||The School was inspected in the morning by H.M.I. Mr. Healing.|
List of School Songs
I For Infants. “Dance Thumbkin dance.”
Action Song. “Here we stand &c.”
“See the little honey-bee.”
II For Girls.
1. The Frost.
2. Hunting song.
3. On the water.
4. Jack Frost.
5. The botanical excursion.
6. How sweet to be straying (R.)
iv. v. vi. Selection from Merchant of Venice.
III. Beth Gelert
II. Bruce and the Spider
I. The two crossing-sweepers.
Infants. Prose. (The Sheep.
Poetry. (Freddie and the Cherries
( The Lambs.
|20th||Children of Classes III and IV had a lesson on “the Elephant”|
|24th||Sent five boys to Bengeo Boys’ School.|
|26th||Class I had a Reading lesson instead of learning Poetry.|
|19th||Class I. had a Dictation lesson instead of a Geographical exercise.|
|21st||Summary of Inspector’s report and Remarks|
“This School continues to deserve its reputation for excellent order and for thoroughly sound and intelligent instruction.”
M. Wallis has passed well.”
Principal Teacher, Martha Cordell,
Certificate Teacher of the 2nd Class.
Pupil Teacher , Martha Wallis.
Of the Third Year.
Signed on behalf of the School Managers
|26th||A holiday on account of Children’s School treat.|
|3rd||Attendance rather irregular all the week.|
|10th||Mrs R. Smith visited in the morning and gave money-prizes to those children who had attended 380 times during the last school year.|
School closed in the morning for the Harvest holidays.
|17th||Re-opened school – Several children absent because the gleaning is not yet finished. Mrs. R. Smith and the Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|26th||Children of Classes III and IV very much enjoyed their lesson on “Cheese”|
|1st||Several children kept in to work sums because they did them so inaccurately.|
|2nd||Some of the Infants did their hemming very nicely.|
|24th||Children of class I were much interested with their lesson on “Scandinavia.”|
|30th||The Lower Division had a lesson on “Bread.”|
|2nd||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
Also Mrs. Mansel-Playdell.
|5th||One child obliged to be sent home because she was ill.|
All the rest of children present.
|7th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|8th||Miss Wright visited.|
|9th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
Mrs. Robert Smith visited and heard the Upper Division sing a new song.
Tune written on the black-board
|15th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|16th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|20th||Miss Emmeline Smith visited.|
|25th||School as usual.|
|26th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|28th||Two children of Class I absent in the afternoon.|
|4th||Mrs Robert Smith and Lady Maud Grimston visited, looked a children’s needlework.|