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End of 3rd Year.
d Syntax, Etphy of the British Em. More fully in the expression in Reading. (4) Cand Ha) (and of the four Holy Scriptures, bove.
ers of the Globe). and the Assembly's diary Monitors - Geo- Shorter Catechism. y of the Outlines of Pour Quarters of the
End of 4th Year.
Improved articulation and Syntax, Etaphy of Great Britain as More fully in the expression in Reading. and [Prosacted with the Outlines Holy.
Scriptures, bove. itish History,) and the and the Assembly's lent taphy of the four Quar- Shorter Catechism. f the Globe.
End of 5th Year.
Improved articulation and Syntax, Etise of the 'Globes, or the More completely in expression in Reading. and Prosocaphy of the British the Holy Scriptures,
ire and Europe as con- and the Assembly's d with the Outlines of Shorter Catechism. sh History, and) the His. il Geography of Great in.
1847:-" There are Schools to which grants m
General Rule.-The qualifications to be requar
in his district, at which all those Pupil T of their apprenticeship or engagement, will be ticeship will be allowed to compete.
Fiou cisely detined, in order to prevent partiality; rit
certain number of those who appear to hip by shortening the term of the apprenticeship,
to whose character and zeal for the office ofaid Pupil Teachers, whose attainments enable thin
The Committee of Council on Educatid didates under the age of sixteen might be adrey award, for as many as they think fit, an ted passed the requisite examination,
of Her Majesty's Inspectors. The Pupic of
“ Queen's Scholars.” In Girls' Schools, the Papil Teachers or Stipend
The Exhibition will be liable to be werit cutting out clothes in each successive year.
the conduct, attainments, or skill of the On the other hand, if at the close of
at Provision for Pupil Teach
procure a Queen's Scholarship, the Gove At the close of the apprenticeship, every Puff- ments of the public service which have ti cate, declaring that he has successfully comp
It will be in the power of Queen's Sch. attainments, would be in itself an invaluable iro
cost of instruction in such schools by their fession, if the apprentice should then determi of in each of their three years' residence a ch Her Majesty's Inspectors, assisted by the Princilon
• Proper Forms of Application will be furnished to Trustees or * with such other Documents as are necessary to a thorough refits are granted. iry services of Ministers or Patrons in communicating such additional instruction ? As the condition of the ccess of the training of the apprentice in the art of teaching and managing a school must depend almost ompetency of the Teacher, their Lordships have determined not to sanction apprenticeship or engagement aer competent to conduct the course of instruction prescribed for a Pupil Teacher or Stipendiary Monitor. st be at least thirteen years of age, and must not be subject to any bodily infirmity likely to impair their il Teachers. s have decided that the following interpretations are to be put upon this condition. A constitutional infirmity, fits, asthma, deafuess, great imperfections of the sight or voice, the loss of an eye from constitutional disease, arm or leg, or the permanent disability of either arm or leg, curvature of the spine, or a hereditary tendency to e regarded as positive disqualifications. P scholars giving evidence of high intellectual and moral qualifications, but whose education may have been Trupted, their Lordships might admit such candidates to apprenticeship until the age of sixteen; but if the ciency before that age must be regarded as a sign, either of the incapacity of the scholar or of the inefficiency e Inspector ought to refuse to admit the candidate. »s will not sanction the employment of Pupil Teachers and Stipendiary Monitors in the aame school.
3 of their engagement indicated by the numbers in parentheses.
Annual Payments of Pupil Teachers and Stipendiary Monitors, and of Masters or Mistresses for instructing
them in the subjects of Examination.
Certificates of Character and Conduct.
Master or Mistress.
A Certificate from the Managers that the Moral Character of the Candidates and their Families justify an expectation that the Instruction and Training of the School will be seconded by their own efforts and the example of their Parents.
For 1, 21. los.
» 2, 41.
1. A Certificate of Good Conduct from the
Managers. 2. A Certificate of Punctuality, Diligence, Obedience, and Attention to their Duties
from the Master or Mistress. |3. Certificate in Schools not coming under
the Minute of 10 July, 1847, that they have been attentive to their Religious Duties.
For 1, 51.
3, 121. For each additional Apprentice 31. more.
For each additional Stipendiary
Monitor 11. 10s. more.
Same as above.
Same as above. Same as above.
UPPER CLASS CERTIFICATE. All the subjects of the preceding Classes, and the fa lowing:
ро о Geograplıy. Geometry, First Six Books of Euclid.
I 10 Algebra, Cubic Equations. Mechanics. (k)
500 Astronomy, 0 Latin
Livy. First Three Books. Horace. Fourth Book of Odes.
Mair's Introduction, Greek
The Gospel of St. Mark.
Xenophon's Anabasis, First Book. Candidates for any Class of Certificates may also profes
any of the following subjects, and their relative ran will be raised if they pass a satisfactory examinatia
in them. Vocal Music.
required for a third class Certificate, might entitle
(a) Grammar of Scottish School Book Association Sullivan's Gevgraphy Generalized. Complete System dow) or of Scottish School Book Association. Treatise. (1) Herschel's Treatise.
Ingram's System of Practical Md * The rest of the School income must be derived from sp 4.
(n) Latham's English Language.
dner's derived from roluntary contributions. Their Lordships rrihe Master and Mistress of a School be man and self-supporting School which may appear to merit admissionand euch or one of them seeks a Grant of Augmen
se the conditions of the Grant to which their respay which
int, will only have to be provided once, and may be e ensuing The Committee of Council do not, at present, insist
Hug reduce to receive Apprentices under the Minutes of August Masters of Parochial Schools in Scotland, are ! of receiving Apprentices, will be conducted by Her M augmented to about £28 or £34 by assessme, for Apprenticeship: Her Majesty's Inspector is direcit may also be raised by the School-pence of tin, small at least, in the subjects upon which they will be examessment. of the Teacher's probable ability to become similarly Committee of Council are of opinion, that in as which they will be examined in each of the remaininbe taken into account in fulfilment of their L sters to every uncertificated Teacher must satisfy Her Majesty ates, but that if the Heritors or others, in the he office which they will be examined at the close of the seconån the case of each parish, the excess of the as the uncertificated Teacher must satisfy Her Majesty's of their Lordships' Grants.
often as they will be examined at the end of the fifth, or last y been represented to their Lordships, that their CerTeacher may be enabled to pass a sucressful examinatn Clerk, Heritors' Clerk, Collectors of Paroch
In estimating the amount and composition of the yerefore, been called upon to determine, whet will b mittee of Council, no funds derived from any permae obtained their Certificates, or receiving the, at th be at the discretion of the Trustees) can be taken intony of these offices,
ence i With respect to those Schools in Scotland which maiflice of Session Clerk is connected with the ke unle this rule has relation which deserves particular notice that these documents should be deposited in TI so aided must, in order to fulfil the conditions of Auguf Session Clerk occupy no part of the usual he state mentioned, or an equivalent money contribution, andlittle time for their due performance. On the pect Grant, without taking into account either the Heritors' in of the office of Session Clerk, grounded onil, ar
FICATES OF MERIT.
Forms, together with such other Documents as are necessary to a d, will be furnished to Trustees or Managers eing-street, London." in the Committee of Council for Assistants in Schools, such Assistants must be brought within the conditions
or other of these two Classes, i.e., they must either obtain Certificates of Merit, or fulfil the conditions of Pupil Teachers or Stipendiary Monitors.
TIME AND PLACE OF EXAMINATION.
to Normal Schools
for every Student trained Teachers who have Normal Schools not
therein who, at the left Normal Schools subject to Inspection, Examination of those subject to Inspection, under the authority
Institutions under the authority of the of the Committee
by H.M. Inspectors, Committee of Council. of Council, or who
have not been trained To teach a Class hich the in the presence of
in Normal Schools. writing will
H.M. Inspector, 1.
with special regard to
May be conveniently as- May attend at some In one of the Di.
visions of the
In one of the Di-)
their Lordships Upper Class.
time appoint. Due
No Grant will be made
given to all Can. for Students who obtain
a Subject h House I Domestic
nicated in а
on a Subwith the
Whether graphic ?
sed to the un-
likely to carry
Such Teachers may be