Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education: with Appendices, Volume 1

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1847 - Education

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Page 554 - For if the word spoken by angels was steadfast, and every transgression and disobedience received a just recompense of reward; how shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation...
Page 554 - And he charged them, saying, Take heed, beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, and of the leaven of Herod.
Page 4 - ... 4. To point out the parts of speech in a simple sentence. 5. To have an elementary knowledge of geography. 6. In schools connected with the Church of England they will be required to repeat the Catechism, and to show that they understand its meaning, and are acquainted with the outline of Scripture history. The parochial clergyman will assist in this part of the examination. In other schools the state of the religious knowledge will be certified by the managers.
Page 11 - ... or 30/. per annum ; provided he has upon examination obtained the proper certificate of merit in each year on the following conditions : — 1. That the trustees and managers of the school provide the master with a house rent-free and a further salary, equal at least to twice the amount of this grant.
Page 6 - ... certificate declaring that he has successfully completed his apprenticeship. Stipendiary Monitors — The inspectors may, for some time, find in the rural districts schools, in which all the general conditions required for the apprenticeship of a pupil teacher may be satisfied, but the master or mistress of which may be unable to conduct an apprentice even through the foregoing course of instruction.
Page 11 - ... 1 . To read with fluency, ease, and expression. 2. To write in a neat hand, with correct spelling and punctuation, a simple prose narrative slowly read to them. 3. To write from dictation sums in the first four rules of arithmetic, simple and compound; to work them correctly, and to know the tables of weights and measures.
Page 27 - Wales and subject to and in conformity with the declaration aforesaid * the said school and premises and the funds and present endowments thereof and such future endowments in respect whereof no other disposition shall be made by the donor thereof shall be directed controlled governed and managed in manner hereinafter specified that is to say the...
Page 15 - Resolved — That it is desirable to train the pauper children now in workhouses in habits of industry. That with this view, and for the purpose of improving Workhouse Schools, four Inspectors be appointed, with authority to examine the condition of schools for the education of pauper children; and to ascertain the character and qualifications of the persons employed as schoolmasters and mistresses, in order that unfit and incompetent persons may no longer be employed in that capacity, and that measures...
Page 12 - School for fifteen years, during seven at least of which such school shall have been under inspection. That, in all cases of application for pensions, a report shall be required from the Inspector, and from the trustees and managers of the schools, as to the character and conduct of the applicants, and the manner in which the education of the pupils under their charge has been carried on. The amount of the pension shall be determined according to such report, but shall in no case exceed two thirds...
Page 562 - If two angles of a triangle be equal to one another, the sides also which subtend, or are opposite to, the equal angles, shall be equal to one another.

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