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infants, under malatrers, anstant, and two pupil-tonohors. 6. Appears to be diligent in the discharse of his duties. 1 and 2. Suflicient. 3. Six elasses, under master, ono pupil-teacher, and monitor. 4. Fair. 5. Moderate. 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Five classes, under mistress, two pupil-teachers, and monitor. 4 and 5. Fair. 6. Diligent

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1 and 2. Suficient. 3. Five classes, under mastor, two pupil-teachers, and monitor. 4 and 5. Very good. 6. An ellicient teacher and school kcoper; deserves grcat crodit for the improved state of his school. 7. The boys have satchels, and are allowed to take their books hoino from which to Icarn. Each boy is provided with

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1 and 2. Sullicient. 3. Six classes, under inaster, mistress, one pupil-teacher, and monitor. The organization

is imperfect. Classes too small; will be altered. 4. Moderate. 5. Fair. 6. Diligent in the discharge of his

duties. 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Imperfect. 4. Moderato.

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40 135 1 and 2. Sufficient, 3. Boys under master, three pupil-teachers, and monitor. 4 and 5. Good. 6. Certificated;

very good teacher, and trainer. 58 155 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Infants under master, mistress, and four pupil-teachers. 4. Very good. 5. Good.

6. Diligent, etficient, and successful. 7. Wet day, many absent. 85 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and two pupil-teachers. 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Is a

diligent, persevering master; deserves great credit for the way in which he has improved himself and his

school. “A good industrial school attached. 84 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Boys, under master and two pupil-teachers. 4 and 5. Fair. 6. Diligent; but deficient

in professional skill and attainments. 65 96 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Boys in five classes, under master, two pupil-teachers, and monitor. 3. Not good;

classification imperfect. 4 and 5. Moderate. 6. Is certificated; fails in effecting a high state of moral and

intellectual proticiency in his scholars. 87 84 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Under mistress and two pupil-teachers, one of them invalided. 4. Very good. 5. Good.

the attainments and intelligence of the childreu very satisfactory. 6. A good teacher and excellent school

keeper ; has laboured faithfully and efficiently.
30 112 1 and 2. Sulicient. 3. Five classes, under master, one pupil-teacher, and monitor. 4 and 5. Satisfactory.

6. Diligent in discharge of duties, and successful in his school.
40 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Boyz, under master and one pupil-teacher. 4. Fair. 5. So far as I can judge, under the

circumstances; only twelve present ; fair. 6. Appears to be earnest, with some good qualifications

for his otiice. 40 5-1 1 and 2. Suificient. 3. Four classes, under mistress, an assistant, and one pupil-teacher. 5. Unskilful.

6. Has been unsuccessful in improving the condition of her school; is unskilful as a teacher,

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36, Little Rissington, 1852. Mixed - 24 Feb. 498 11 49 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Mixed, under mistress, one pupil-teacher, and monitor. The tone of this school

is very good. 4. Very good. 5. Satisfactory. 6. A quiet gentle person; teaches fairly, and manages her

school admirably,
37. Worcester, All
Saints',
Mixed 26 Feb. 121 25 30 60 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, seniors in one room, under master and monitors, juniors in another, under

mistress. 4 and 5, Moderate, 6. He is but a moderate school-keeper, and a very moderate teacher.
38. Cheltenham, Tri.
nity, Boys 1 Mar, 153 52 77 140 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Master, one pupil-teacher, and candidates. 4 and 5. Good. 6. Very efficient.
Girls

146 65 85 (140 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mistress and three pupil-teachers. 4 and 5. Good. 6. Efficient.
39, Minchinhampton,
Mixed - | 2 Mar. 83 21 58 90 1. Sufficient. 2. Books deficient; apparatus sufficient. 3. Girls, under mistress, one pupil-teacher and

monitor. There is a deficiency of monitorial agency. 4 and 5. Fair. 6. Exercises a salutary influence on

her school and is diligent in the discharge of her duties,
40. Tetbury, Boys 3 Mar. 1154 30 40 160 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Boys in six classes, under master, two pupil-teachers, and monitor. Two of the pupil-

teachers obtained Queen's scholarships at the last Christmas examination. 4 and 6. Very good. 6. Very

efficient in his profession. 7. An excellent school.
Girls
119 10 30 120 1. Sufficient. 2. Books deficient, as also slates and black-boards. 3. Girls, under mistress and monitor.

4. Mechanical disciplino fair, moral discipline moderate. 5. Moderate. 6. Is about to leave.
Infants
88 18 129 110

3. Infants, under mistress and monitor, 4 and 5: Imperfect. 6. Has not been successful in the management

of her school.
41. Avening, Mixed 4 Mar. 87 33 55 85 1. Sufficient. 2. Books deficient. 3. Mixed, under master, two pupil-teachers, and two paid monitors.

4. Satisfactory. 6. Fair. 6. Appears to be diligent in the discharge of his duties,
42. Cheltenham, St.
James', Boys 5 Mar. 74 30 25 80 | 1. Sufficient. 2. Books deficient. The books in use are not sufficiently graduated. 3. Boys, under master,

one pupil-teacher, and monitor. 4. Fair. There is a little want of quiet accuracy in the mechanical move-
ments and of high moral tone. 8. Fair. The children are generally in subjects beyond their powers.
6. Appears to be vory earnest in the discharge of his duties, and possesses some good qualifications for

his offico.
Girls

50 20 45 1. Sutficient. 2. Books deficient; the series in use imperfectly graduated. 3. Girls, under mistress and one 43. Gloucester,

pupil-teacher, 4 and 6. Fair, 6. Fair teacher and fair school-keeper. James' Boys 8 Mar. 10042 97 102 1 and 2. Satisluotory. 3. Boys, under master and two pupil-toachers. 4. Fair. 6. Fair. 6. Diligent in

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1 and 2. Satisfactory. 6. Diligent and etlicient. 7. Thu managers propose to enlarge the room, which is too small for the number

3. Six classes, under master, one pupil-teaclier, and monitor. 4 and 5. Satisfactory.

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in attendance, 96 29 40 97 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Girls, under mistress, pupil-teacher, and monitor, 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Diligent

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51 75 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Boys, under mastor and pupil-teacher. 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Earnest and

diligent.
62 80

1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Girls, under mistress and four pupil-teachers. 4. Satisfactory. 5. Moderate. The

children aro in subjects beyond their powers. 6. Diligent in the discharge of her duties. 80 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Boys, under master and pupil-teacher, assisted by students from training institution.

The presence of these last considerably interferes with a high state of efficiency. 4 and 5. Good. 6. Diligent,

efficient, and successful. 12 72 Mixed, under master and monitor. A very fair village school. The children clean, tidy, and well behaved ;

their attainments and intelligence fair. Master untrained, without high qualifications, but diligent and

fairly successful. 30 88 1. Satisfactory. 2. Books deficient; this will be attended to. 3. Boys, under master and two pupil-teachers.

The classification is not sufficiently accurate. 4. Good. 5. Fair. The children are in subjects beyond their

power. 6. Diligent in the discharge of his duties. 72 1. Satisfactory, 2. Books deficient ; this will be attended to. 3. Girls, under mistress and monitor.

4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Appears to be earnest in her work, and will probably succeed in improving the condition of the school. 7. The condition of the school is at present imperfect, but the managers are

endeavouring to improve it, and with this view have engaged a well-trained certificated mistress. 42 76 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and pupil-teacher. 4. Good. 5. Fair. 6. Diligent in

the discharge of his duties, 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Girls, under mistress and pupil-teacher, assisted by students. 4 and B. Good.

6. Diligent, efficient, and successful. 100 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Infants, under master, mistress, and pupil-teachers, assisted by students. 4 and 5. Good.

6. Diligent, efficient, and successful. 110 1 and 2. Satisfactory, 3. Infants, under mistress and one pupil-teacher. 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 5. Diligent in

the discharge of her duties and generally successful. 50 112 | 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Infants, under master and three pupil-teachers. 4. Moderate. 5. Imperfect.

6. Does not possess high professional skill, but diligent in discharge of his duties.

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1852. 54. Stroud, Girls 25 Mar. 62 41 36 66 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Girls, in six classes, under mistress, assistant, and pupil-teacher. The number

of classes should be reduced. 4. Satisfactory. 5. Moderate. 6. Is at present out of health and suffering

from domestic calamity; has been unable, therefore, to attend very strictly to her school duties. 55. Caincross, Mixed 26 Mar. 58 22 79 1. Satisfactory. 2. Deficient in junior classes ; deficient in slates ; this will be attended to. 3. Mixed, under

master, one pupil-teacher, and monitor. 4 and 5. Good. 6. Efficient, diligent, and successful. Infants 6 33 44 63 1 and 2. Satisfactory; 3. Infants, under mistress and two pupil-teachers. 4. Fair. 5. Moderate. 6. Diligent

and painstaking; does not possess high skill. 56. Upton, St. Leonard's, Mixed - 5 April 112 40 35 124 | 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and pupil-teacher. 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Diligent

in the discharge of his duties, and successful in his school. 57. Uley, Mixed 6 April 134 36 40 124 1 and 2. Sufficient. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and monitor. 4. Instruction satisfactory ; discipline

very good. 5. Fair. 6. Trained at Cheltenham, conditionally certificated. 7. Needlework very good;

children very clean and tidy.
58. Tewkesbury:

Boys
7 April 100 16 52 10+ 2. Books deficient; slates deficient. 3. Boys, under master and two pupil-teachers, 4. Instruction satis-

factory; discipline good. 5. Fair. 6. Diligent in the discharge of his duties, a fair teacher, and a good

school-keeper.
Girls 11 April 45 30 32 2. Deficient. 3. Mistress and monitor. 4 and 5. Imperfect. 6. Untrained. 7. Drainage very bad ; ceiling out

of repair, plaister ditto.
59. Gloucester, Girls 8 April 78 102 93 83 1. Desks along wall. 2. Books deficient; a sufficient supply will be provided. 3. Girls, under mistress and

monitor. 4. Satisfactory. 5. Satisfactory. 6. Diligent in the discharge of her duties, 60. Thornbury, Mixed - 26 April 111 33 1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, pupil-teacher, and monitors. 4 and 5. Satisfactory.

6. Trained at Battersca; appears to be diligent in the discharge of his duties. 61. Almondsbury. Mixed - 27 April 83 28 97 1. Satisfactory, 2. Books deficient in junior classes. 3. Mixed, under master, mistress, and two male pupil

teachers. 4 and 5. Satisfactory. 6. Diligent in the discharge of his duties. 62. Westbury-on-Trym, Girls 29 April 45 14

1 and 2. Satisfactory. 3. Girls, under mistress, one pupil-teacher, and monitor. 4 and 8. Fair. 6. Is a fair

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