|11th||School re-opened. Several children absent because of the snow.|
|20th||Attendance very small in the morning owing to the snow. A holiday in the afternoon.|
|21st||School as usual in the morning. A holiday in the afternoon.|
|22nd||Attendance slightly improved.|
|10th||Standards iv and iv worked their sums very inaccurately this afternoon.|
|15th||Sent for a child to attend school, who had been absent one week with out leave.|
The Rev. H.L. Wright visited in the afternoon, and heard children sing.
|5th||Attendance rather bad owing to sickness and the weather.|
|10th||Ash Wednesday. A holiday in the afternoon.|
|11th||School as usual.|
|19th||Several children absent all the week through illness.|
The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.
|22nd||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|26th||The Rev. H.L. Wright visited.|
|5th||Admitted two new scholars. Attendance very good.|
|16th||Examined and called over Registers. Found them correct.|
|19th||A child absent with “ringworm.”|
|22nd||School closed in the morning for the Easter holidays.|
|5th||Examination in Religious Knowledge held in the afternoon by the Rev. H.J. Lane. The Rev. J.C.M. Mansel-Playdell visited, and spoke to some of the girls in Class I about their irregular attendance at school.|
|10th||Children in Standard iv and vi with the exception of one, exhibited great dullness during their Arithmetic lesson this morning.|
|17th||One monitor absent in the morning with a heavy cold.|
A holiday in the afternoon, because of a Confirmation Service being held at Bengeo.
|8th||Children of St: II and III. answered very well during their mental Arithmetic lesson this morning.|
Report of Diocesan Inspector on the Religious Teaching
“I found this school as in all other years very well taught and the answering of the children in both the Divisions was very satisfactory.”
D.I. The Rev. H.J. Lane
|9th||Amy Anthony, a girl in Standard VI. having exhibited great dullness in her work will be with-held from examination.|
|11th||Several children absent all the week through illness, three with chickenpox.|
|25th||The school was examined in the morning by H.M.I’s Assistant Mr. Heyward.|
|23rd||A girl of Class I. taken ill of inflammation of the lungs, and died during the week.|
|27th||Registers not marked in the afternoon because the elder children attended the funeral of their late school-fellow.|
List of Lessons for Infants’ Class
1 The Butterfly |21| The Horse.
2 “ Silkworm. |22| “ Elephant.
3 A coal-mine. |23| The Smelting of Iron.
4 A pin. |24| Springs.
5 Coffee. |25| Dormouse.
6 Rice |26| Bear.
7 Lion |27| Squirrel.
8 Oyster. |28| Monkey.
9 Pearl. |29| Sponge.
10 Diver. |30| Shrimp.
11 The Cat. |31| A lighthouse.
12 “ Tiger. |32| The Sheep.
13 leaves and their uses. |33| “ Cow.
14 Evergreens. |34| Cotton and its manufacture
15 The Goat. |35| Sugar.
16 “ Reindeer. |36| The Salmon.
17 “ Walrus. |37| “ Dog.
18 “ Polar Bear. |38| “ Fox.
19 “ Crow. |39| “ Wolf.
20 “ Lark. |40| A River.
|3rd||Her Majesty’s Inspector’s Report|
“Discipline and instruction here are eminently satisfactory, and the results of the inspection are the more creditable to Mrs Ryle because she has of late had the assistance of two paid Monitors only.”
Principal Teacher Martha Ryle Certificated Teacher of the 1st Class.
Two paid monitors.
Signed on behalf of School Managers
|6th||School closed in the morning for the Harvest holiday.|
|13th||Re-opened school after Five weeks holiday. Miss Alice Buckland, who sat for a scholarship last July commenced duties as Assistant-Mistress.|
The Rev .H.L. Wright visited in the morning, and the Rev. J.C.M. Mansel-Playdell in the afternoon.
|17th||Attendance very fair for the first week after the holidays.|
The Rev. J.C.M. Mansel-Playdell visited in the afternoon.
|Oct 8th)||School under the charge of Miss Buckland during my absence through illness. Two of the|
|Nov 5th||Managers Mrs R. Smith and the Rev. H.L Wright constantly visited the school & reported that it was being conducted in an orderly manner.|
|18th||Selina Clark in Standard III, Ellen Hart in same standard and Isabel Hart in Standard vi shew great dullness especially in Arithmetic and Reading. Sybil Mardell also shows great dullness in all her lessons.|
|10th||Miss Buckland left school to-day.|
|17th||Children in Class I more regular in their attendance this week.|
|23rd||School closed for the Christmas holiday.|