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Index to Tabulated Reports on Schools inspected by
No. Alcester, Mixed 151 Cheltenham, St. Paul's, Infants
19 Almondsbury, Mixed
19 Ola 'Charity, Boys
29 Alstone, Infants Ashchurch, Mixed
30 Atherstone, Free School. (No return
33 from managers.)
33 41 Avening, Mixed
39 Trinity, Boys Girls
38 96 Banbury, Boys
St. James's, Boys
42 Girls 96
46 Beckley, Mixed
46 Infants 97 Chipping Norton, Boys
9S Bengeworth, Boys 28 Churchill and Sarsden, Boys
95 Girls 28 Clifton and Bristol, Industrial, Boys
11 Benson, Mixed 100 Clifton, Boys
79 Białord, Mixed 160 Coates, Infants
116 16 Birmingham, St. Luke's, Infants
119 Coventry, St. Peter's, Boys Boys 128 Cowley, Mixed
101 Girls 128 Cranham, Mixed
104 Infants 128 Cricklade, Boys
142 M'Donald Street, In
Croft and Yarbole, Mixed
135 St. Mark's, Infants
118 St. Thomas's, Boys 131
118 Girls 131 Cuddesdon, Mixed
18 Dumbleton Infants 129 Duntisbourne Abbots, Mixed • 105 Bishop's Cleeve, Boys 159 Durdham Down, Boys
72 Girls 159
72 Bosbury, Boys
72 Girls Dursley, Boys
82 Brimpsfield, Mixed
158 Eaton Bishop, Mixed
6 Brampton Bryan, Mixed
49 Hannah More's, Boys
65 Forest of Dean, Holy Trinity, Mixed 80 Infants
65 Forthampton, Mixed
81 Kingsdown, St. Matthew's, Girls 73 Gloucester, St. John's, Girls
137 Infants 73
St. Mark's, Kingsholme,
143 Boys 74
St. Michael's, Girls 113 Girls
Infants 113 Infants 74
St. Janies's, Boys
43 St. Augustine's, Boys 75
43 Girls 75
52 Infants 75 Girls
59 St. James's, Boys
Great Sherstone, Boys
154 Broomsberrow, Boys
• 154 Bussage, Mixed
55 Hagley, Mixed
123 Cam, Boys • 139 Hatfield, Girls
Infants Chalford, Boys 45 Halesowen, Boys
10 Girls 45 Hanham, Mixed
64 Charlton King's, Girls 69
15 Harvington, Misert
Hawkesbury, Mixed Cheltenham, St. Peter's
88 St. Paul's, Boys 47
88 Girls Girls 51 Infants
88 VOL. II.
Infants St. George's, Boys Parish School, Girls
Boys Kingsholme, St. Mark's" Kington, Boys
Girls Kinwarton and Great Alne, Mixed Lechlade, Mixed Leckhampton, Mixed Lewknor, Mixed Little Rissington, Mixed Ledbury, Girls
Infants Leintwardine, Mixed Lydiard Millicent, Mixed
22 35 35 18 145 32
106 141 89 36 86 86 84 147
Malvern Wells, Boys
Girls Minety, St. Leonard's, Mixed Minchinhampton, Mixed Miserden, Mixed Much Marcle
39 157 87
Infants Tetsworth, Boys
Girls Tewkesbury, Boys
Trinity, Mixed Thame, Boys
Mixed Warwick, St. Mary's, Boys
Girls Westbury-on-Trym, Girls Whiteshill, Boys
Infants Wickwar, Boys
Girls Win'stone Winterbourne, Boys
Girls Witney, Boys
Girls Wootton-Bassett Wootton-under-Edge, Girls Worcester, St. John's, Boys
Girls Worcester, St. Peter's, Boys
All Saints', Mixed
1033 . 108
155 . 123 a
Girls Prestbury, Mixed Redditch, Boys Rugby, Mixed
34 109 26 26 146
TABULATED Reports, in detail, for 1851-2, on Schools inspected by Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, Rev. H. W. BELLAIRS.
1851. 1. Eaton Bishop,
Mixed - 3 Nov. 69
Mixed under mistress and monitor. A very nice promising school. The mistress is untrained, but successful
as a teacher, energetic and painstaking. The discipline and instruction good. The children purchase their own books. The school hours are from ten to three, half an hour allowed for dinner; this plan is said to work well. 301 books sold to the children during the last fifteen months, money paid for them 4l.
2. Kington, Boys and
The general condition of this school is very bad. No member of the committee met me.
5 Nov. 64
3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and one pupil-teacher. 4. Fair, but the children not sufficiently trustworthy.
5. Not sufficiently skilful; the defects in the school attributable to this. 6. The master and mistress are untrained, imperfectly educated, and deficient in professional skill, but painstaking and diligent. The children only just returned from harvesting. The school is improved.
4. Hereford, Boys
6 Nov. 60
55 Conducted by a master and monitor. Organization and classification imperfect. The attainments of the
children in religious and secular knowledge very imperfect. Their intelligence very low; irregularity of attendance is pleaded in extenuation, but this will not excuse the present most unsatisfactory condition of the school, which is mainly attributable to the deficiencies or neglect of the master. The moral tone is very
low; the boys dirty and not trustworthy. 55 I was unable to examine the girls very fully, but so far as the examination went was pleased with them.
There are some points in the junior classes in which improvement might be introduced." The children are very clean, tidy, and well behaved.
36 Boys and girls classed separately in same room, under master, mistress, and monitor. Discipline fnir. 30 Methods, intelligence, and attainments moderate. The master has misconducted himself, and is under
notice to quit; the mistress appears to be a nice person with good tone and earnest in her work.
6. Brampton Bryan,
- 11 Nov. 29
2. Susficient. 3. Mixed, under master and monitors; the needlework taught by a mistress. 4. Satisfactory.
5. Fair. 6. Possosses a conditional certificate ; is somewhat deficient in professional skill. 2. Sumcient. 3. Girls under mistress and one pupil-teacher. 4. Good. 5. Satisfactory. 6. Appears to be
diligent in the discharge of her duties, and has succeeded in her school,
17 Nov. 42
2. Sufficient. 8. Boys under master and two pupil-teachers. 4. Good, with good tone. 5. Good. 8. Trained
at Battersea : certitlented; good tenohor and school-keeper. 2. Sullicient. 3. Girls in four classes, under mistress and one pupil-teacher. 4. Good, with nice tone.
5. Generally fair; in somo respects good. 6. Has a nice quiet manner with the children, and appears to
exercise a salutary influence in her school. 2. Sullicient. 3. Mixed, under master and pupil-teacher. 4. Good. 5. Good. 6. Certificated; has discharged
his duties very faithfully. 7. In connection with this school are gardens, workshop, and reading-room, admirably conducted.
2. Sufficient. 3. Boys under master and one pupil-teacher. 4. Fair, 5. Good. 6. Appears to have discharged
his duties faithfully and efficiently. There were forty-eight boys present, irregularly classified. The intellectual work is confined to an hour daily. No satisfactory report on their intellectual attainments can be made. The master, I imagine, is
qualified to carry out à fair system of instruction; vide remarks on industrial report. 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under mistress and monitor. 4. Good. 5. Fair. 6. A quiet gentle person,
exercising a good moral influence in her school but deficient in vigour. Visited this school, on invitation of the manager, in order to consult upon the introduction of some manual
industry in connection with it. The intellectual work carried on is of an elementary kind. 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Four classes, under master and one pupil-teacher; classes in hollow squares; classifica
tion imperfect. 4. Fair; tone not sufficiently high. 5. Not skilful; the principles of arithmetic imperfectly
taught. 6. Appears to be diligent in the discharge of his duties. 1. Along the wall. 2. Deficiency, which will be supplied. 3. Girls in four classes, under mistress and
monitors. 4. Very imperfect. 5. Very moderate, not skilful. 6. Trained at York; diligent, but deficient in skill.
1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under mistress and monitor. 4. Good. 5. Fair. 6. Possesses some very good
qualifications for her office, but somewhat deficient in professional skill; will probably improve in this.
6. Trained at Cheltenham; appears to be diligent in the discharge of her duties; has been here three weeks.
Children very clean and tidy.
fair. Some improvement might be made in reading; there is a want of intelligent religious knowledge in junior classes. Master apparently diligent and successful in his management and teaching. There is a deficiency of secular reading-books, and of efficient agency in junior classes.