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Report on Secondary Education in Birkenhead

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  • 138 Nombre de pages
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Excerpt from Report on Secondary Education in Birkenhead: With Chapters on the Evening Schools and Technical Classes and on the Training of Teachers

N February Ist, 1904, there were seven public or semi-public and twenty-two private schools, which may be considered as constituting the present supply of secondary education in Birkenhead.

Of the public and semi-public schools, three are for boys and four for girls, but three of the latter admit little boys to their junior classes. Of the three boys' schools, one (birkenhead School) is a first grade day and boarding school with 172 pupils, of whom 30 are boarders. A second (birkenhead Institute) is a secondary school of a lower grade. At the date mentioned above it had 171 pupils. The third is a preparatory school under the same management as Birkenhead School. Its pupils numbered 57. Between them, these three schools represent every grade of secondary education for boys.

The two public secondary schools for girls are High Schools, the Birkenhead High School, under the direction of the Girls' Public Day School Company Limited, and the Higher Tranmere High School, which is the property of a company of a local character. In February last, the first of these schools had 59 pupils, 4 of them being boys, and the second 115 pupils, all being girls. The two girls' schools of a semi-public character are Convent Schools of the Roman Catholic Church, and are situated on Holt Hill and at Rock Ferry. They had 150 and 50 pupils respectively. The first of these totals includes 12 and the second 14 little boys. At the Holt Hill Convent there were 56 boarders, all being girls. The Convent School at Rock Ferry, save in respect of the fact that it is under the control of a religious community and not of a private individual, would be more appropriately classified as a private school.

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Titre: Report on Secondary Education in Birkenhead
Sous-titre: With Chapters on the Evening Schools and Technical Classes and on the Training of Teachers (Classic Reprint)
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Code EAN: 9781528139014
ISBN: 1528139011
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 138
Poids: 196g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T7mm
Année: 2017