I am directed to request your attention to the explanations which my Lords have this day authorized me to issue in regard to the foregoing Minute. For the present, my Lords will be satisfied if the school be under a registered teacher. Mr. Moseley, in his last printed Report (Minutes of 1852-3, vol. Resolved, That any school now admissible, or which shall hereafter be admitted, to grants under the minutes of August and December, 1846, may receive a grant towards the expenses of the preceding year, at the rate per scholar set forth in the following table:- It is, of course, out of the question for Her Majesty's Inspectors, in the time that they are able to give to the examination of a school, to break it up from its classification according to proficiency into another according to age, and a third according to length of attendance. [page 315] As the admission of the pupil-teachers into provisional residence during the current year of training, in the normal colleges, will act soonest upon those colleges which are comparatively empty, and may so far tend to cut off a portion of the supply of pupil-teachers who would otherwise have resorted to colleges now full, their Lordships have thrown open the examination for Queen's scholarships to a new class of competitors, and they anticipate that a considerable supply of candidates may be found among young persons who are now assistants in private schools, among untrained schoolmasters and schoolmistresses desirous of improving their attainments, among Sunday school teachers, and, generally, among all those individuals with a natural aptitude for the work of instruction who become known from time to time to the clergy and other promoters of education, and who, with a little preparatory assistance in their private studies, may readily be made to reach the standard of examination. In such cases the duties may be discharged by the candidate or candidates for the vacancy; and my Lords will allow a sum proportionate to the time and to the number of vacancies for remunerating the services rendered; such sum to be distributed at the discretion of the managers. (8) That three-fourths of the scholars above seven and under nine years of age; three-fourths of those above nine and under eleven; and three-fourths of those above eleven and under thirteen respectively pass such an examination before Her Majesty's Inspector or Assistant Inspector as shall be set forth in a separate Minute of details. 5. The public grants at the end of each year for the students passing the prescribed examination came in aid of this moiety, and if such grants be henceforth withdrawn from the first year, the colleges will get so much the less aid in defraying that part of the expenditure which is not covered by the fees. This is a point which you will do well to note yourself, and to impress upon others. My Lords consider that this objection is over-ruled by other considerations. Building 300, Suite 325 The prospect of such an examination braces the whole system of apprenticeship; and it is hoped that, by allowing the candidates to come into provisional residence, they may be removed from the temptation, to which they are now exposed, of passing into employment instead of into training. No. [page 317] The American Council on Education (ACE) is a membership organization that mobilizes the higher education community to shape effective public policy and foster innovative, high-quality practice. per week. (3) In grammar, to parse more difficult sentences, and give the rules of their construction. It might be their. I have the honour to be, (3) Geography. Every application for a grant to be made in the form of a Memorial, addressed "To the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council on Education." As a provisional measure, to meet the case of apprentices admitted before 1st January, 1854, their Lordships will consider recommendations by Her Majesty's Inspectors to continue the rate of payment for the fifth year during the period to elapse between the end of that year and 31st of the following December; such payments to be made as soon as the apprentice shall have presented himself as a candidate for a Queen's scholarship. (2) In the rudiments of algebra,* or the practice of land surveying* and levelling.*. 8. (4) In the geography o.f Great Britain and Palestine. (2) English Literature. In reporting upon them you will carefully bear in mind the instructions dated 13th June and 4th October, 1851 (Minutes of 1851-2, pp. 12. 3rd June, 1856. 13. [page 328] (4) That the school shall be kept by a master or mistress holding a certificate of merit under the Minutes of 1846, and that at least seven-tenths of the whole income, including the grant, shall be applied to the salary of the teacher and assistant teacher. (a) Assistant teachers of three years' standing. The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability exists to motivate, support, and hold accountable Christian schools that aspire to superlative academic standards, institutional best practices, and collaboration with like‑minded schools. SUPPLEMENTARY MINUTE RELATING TO QUEEN'S SCHOLARS, APPRENTICES, AND CERTIFICATED TEACHERS. An exercise in drawing will in future form part of each examination of the students. *Exclusively of those students in Scotland (upwards of 300) who lodge out of college. 13. I have the honour to be, etc. 5. At the end of the fourth year:- 5. As the vacancies are far from being equally distributed among the several colleges, my Lords take this opportunity to record their opinion that the emptiness of certain institutions, in comparison with others, is not due to circumstances which imply inferiority; and it may be important to add that, as the examinations are absolutely the same I., p. 11, Sect. In schools under certificated teachers, where apprentices have obtained Queen's scholarships, their Lordships will, on the recommendation of Her Majesty's Inspector, consider the propriety of allowing a larger number of pupil-teachers than in other schools. The cases found to be admissible will be referred to you in the Form No. The principal of each training school will be called upon to make a return to their Lordships of the names of his Queen's scholars for the ensuing year within twenty-one days after the date of publishing the list. [page 319] At the first inspection, if the teacher were not already registered, you would satisfy yourself of his not being prima facie incompetent; and my Lords would accept this assurance until the next annual payment became due, by which time, the teacher in charge, if not certificated, must at least be registered. The Committee will consider the Memorials in order, according to the dates at which they have been or shall be received. Stipendiary Monitors. XII. In schools where the average attendance exceeds 100, their Lordships will apply the Minute of 23rd July, 1852, without requiring that an assistant shall be taken to be in lieu of two pupil-teachers. Such a school is not fit for boys over eight or nine years of age, and my Lords could not, in any public measure, recognize such an age for leaving school. To Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools. [page 318] (4) Physical Science. 4. It is, of course, out of the question for Her Majesty's Inspectors, in the time that they are able to give to the examination of a school, to break it up from its classification according to proficiency into another according to age, and a third according to length of attendance. 257-9) states that he found 433 such students resident in thirteen colleges, and the amount received in school fees for the then past year £6,753 13s. (2) In arithmetic; to write from dictation sums in Practice, and to work them correctly. If the pupil-teacher fail in the examination for a Queen's scholarship, the Committee of Council undertake no responsibility beyond making good the payment due on 31st December.*. * The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability exists to motivate, support, and hold accountable Christian schools that aspire to superlative academic standards, institutional best practices, and collaboration with like‑minded schools. Now this latter sum, when divided among 433 students, gives less than £15 7s. The examination will last only three days. With these preliminary remarks I have to request your attention to the following directions respecting the conditions on which assistance is offered, taking them in order as they stand in the Minute:-. per scholar is equal to £25 4s., and so on to other quantities. [page 295] My Lords will refuse to make grants to a mixed school under a mistress only, if it is the only school in a village. [page 317] (5) To have an elementary knowledge of geography. The value of the certificate will not be fixed in the first instance higher than the first division of the third class for any student who shall have resided less than one year and a half (see following section) at a training school under inspection. So far as the school fees and the attendance require to be specially considered, a form of school register is hereunto appended. It is therefore of great social importance to bring increased attention to bear upon those children in each school who are approaching the age at which their labour becomes valuable, and to make the measure of public assistance depend in some degree upon the connection between such age and proficiency. So far as the school fees and the attendance require to be specially considered, a form of school register is hereunto appended. V., in order that you may fix the date of your visit, and on receipt of your reply a form analogous to No. subjects, in the day-schools where they have served their apprenticeship; but the first, and very often the last, point in their career at which they are brought into intimate and domestic contact with persons of superior cultivation, and are obliged to conform to a higher standard of manners and habits, is in the normal college. In schools where the average attendance exceeds 100, their Lordships will apply the Minute of 23rd July, 1852, without requiring that an assistant shall be taken to be in lieu of two pupil-teachers. Henceforth, there will be an intermediate class, at the end of the first year, for those students who, without loss to the college in respect of the past year, may be required to repeat that year's course of study. There is accommodation in the training colleges under inspection for lodging 1,927 students. (5) To have a general knowledge of the outlines of English history. At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the 23rd day of July, 1852. Henceforth, there will be an intermediate class, at the end of the first year, for those students who, without loss to the college in respect of the past year, may be required to repeat that year's course of study. Their Lordships desire to receive an answer to this proposal on or before 1st November next, as, in case it should not be accepted, their Lordships are anxious to make a proposal, upon the same conditions, to other parties who have made similar applications. It will be your duty, in reporting for the first time upon a school which, in its material appointments, is below the standard, to consider whether it is in the hands of persons who lack neither the intelligence nor the wish, but only the means, gradually to improve it. With a view to prevent any loss (so far as is consistent with the objects of the Supplementary Minute and with the considerations stated in this letter), the Lord President proposes to allow the usual grants at the end of one year's training for all Students, whether Queen's scholars or not, who, on passing the prescribed examination are: (a) More than twenty-four years of age; (b) more than twenty-two years of age, and in the second class of merit; (c) ex-assistants, pursuant to Sec. The value of the certificate will not be fixed in the first instance higher than the first division of the third class for any student who shall have resided less than one year and a half (see following section) at a training school under inspection. ‡Minute dated 2nd June, 1856, suprà. Every pupil teacher who has passed all the foregoing examinations, and has presented the required testimonials in each year, will be entitled to a certificate declaring that he has successfully completed his apprenticeship. The morning and afternoon school constitute respectively half a day's attendance. everywhere, so, when a student has once passed those examinations, and has entered upon charge of a school the question of the college in which he may have been trained is never again mooted by my Lords in determining his rank or estimation as a certificated master. [page 302] Their Lordships considered:- (7) In schools where vocal music is taught, he should have commenced instruction from notes, and should give proof of improvement in each succeeding year. 3. (1) Their Lordships to be satisfied with the branches of instruction committed to the assistant teacher. In such schools their Lordships will allow one assistant-teacher, in addition to one pupil-teacher, for every 100 children. CIRCULAR TO HER MAJESTY'S INSPECTORS OF SCHOOLS, EXPLANATORY OF FOREGOING MINUTE, DATED 2ND JUNE, 1856, RELATING TO QUEEN'S SCHOLARS AND STUDENTS IN TRAINING COLLEGES (a) Assistant teachers of three years' standing. You will observe that the words of this clause are enabling, not obligatory. (6) More fully in the Holy Scriptures, Liturgy, and Catechism, in Church of England schools, the parochial clergyman assisting in the examination. (1) To write from memory the substance of a longer and more difficult prose narrative, and to show greater skill in composition. My Lords will require that in cases where the teacher is not provided with a house, or suitable lodgings, rent-free, the school income shall amount not only to the stipulated sum per scholar, but, over and above that minimum, shall include £10 if the school be under a master, and £6 if it be under a mistress. 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