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ENGLAND AND WALES (For Masters only) - continued.
Bishop's Stort- £5.
ford. Brighton Bristol :.. Cheltenham 210 if in first class ; Non-pupil Teachers pay £12
£ 12 if in second. in either case. Chichester £20 per annum pay- Correspondent Miss Trevor.
able quarterly in
advance. Darlington £15 155. Derby
£5 for candidates
£10 for candidates
not belonging to
diocese of Durham. Gray's Inn Road)
Home and Co- £10.
None at present ;
but probably one will be charged in
Liverpool (R.C.) £5.
£3 if in first class ;
£5 for second class. Oxford ...
£10 for candidates
who have been P.T.'s; £20 for others.
No fees charged Bursars pay £2 55., or £10 for *(Church of unless bursaries board and lodging; nonScotland) are granted, in bursars £20 per annum. £2
which case the fee extra per session for books,
&c., charged to bursars and
non-bursars. Aberdeen (Free Fees for session If a bursary be obtained these Church)
in addition payments are reduced by the
House), (Epis- if in first class, £5, examination the fee charged
if in second class, is £ 15 or £20.
For both Masters and Mistresses.
NAME OF COLLEGE.
ENTRANCE FEE, &c.
Edinburgh Males pay £2 per Females at Aberdeen
(Church of annum for books. (Church of Scotland).
minus the amount
awarded. Edinburgh (Free Fees for session, Females as at Aberdeen (Free Church) £3 35. (Males.) Church). Scholarships are
granted to assist candidates
to pay for board and lodging. Glasgow (Church Same as those for Females at Aberdeen of Scotland) Edinburgh Church (Church of Scotland).
of Scotland Train
ing College. Glasgow (Free Same as Edinburgh Females as at Aberdeen (Free Church)
(Free Church). Church).
CERTIFICATE AND SCHOLARSHIP
I. Qualification to sit at the Queen's Scholarship
Candidates for scholarship must have been
1. Pupil Teachers who have satisfactorily completed their apprenticeship; or
2. Persons not having been Pupil Teachers, but who will be eighteen years of age on the 1st of January next following the date of the examination.
The candidates are selected and admitted to the examination by the authorities of each Training College, on their own responsibility, subject to no other conditions by the Education Department than those given above, except that all must sign a declaration of their intention to follow the profession of Teacher in recognised Public Elementary Schools, or in the Army and Navy, or (within Great Britain) in Poor-law Schools, Certified Industrial Schools, or Reformatories.
II. How to obtain Permission to sit at the Examination.
1. The Head Teacher or Managers of the school to which the Pupil Teacher belongs, should write to the Principal of the Training College to which entrance is desired, for the necessary application forms. Should there be no vacancy, they should then apply to one of the other Colleges.
2. Candidates not having been Pupil Teachers, can write on their own behalf to the College they wish to enter.
Should it be necessary to write to the Education Department, letters should be addressed through the Managers or Correspondent to the Secretary, Education Department, Whitehall, London, S.W.
N.B.-All candidates are required to pass the examination of the Medical Officer of the selected Training College, who must certify that the candidate is free from all serious bodily defects and deformities.
III. Training Colleges under Inspection.
These consist of institutions for boarding, lodging, and instructing candidates, and a practising school in which such candidates may learn the exercises of their profession.
ENGLAND AND WALES—For Masters only.
NAME OF COLLEGE.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF
Bangor (British and Foreign Rev. D. Rowlands, Bangor.
School Society) Battersea (National Society). Rev. E. Daniel, Battersea,
London, S.W. Borough Road (British and Alfred Bourne, Esq., Borough
Foreign School Society). Road, London, S.E. Carmarthen (National So- Rev. W. H. Parry, Carmarciety).
then. Carnarvon (Church of Eng- Rev. J. S. Boucher, Car
land). Chelsea, St. Mark's (National Rev. J. G. Cromwell, St. Society).
Mark's Training College,
Chelsea, London, S.W. Cheltenham (Church of Eng- Rev. R. M. Chamney, Chelland).