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So long, however, as the particulars which my Lords require to have before them are collected, my Lords do not desire to tie every school down to the same register. SIR, This standard of acquirement shall not be so ordered as to interfere with the studies pursued in any normal school, but shall be adapted to those studies, so, however, as to apply impartially to all such normal schools an equal incentive to exertion, by requiring efficiency in a sufficient number of the studies pursued in them. Education Department, My Lords, therefore, have fully determined to place some encouragement (both as regards the college and the student) on the side of training, except in the cases herein-after mentioned, for more than a single year. In schools where the examination falls in the second half of the year, new pupil-teachers may be appointed, on the Report of Her Majesty's Inspectors, prospectively, to replace those whose apprenticeship will expire at the following Christmas. Resolved - 1. 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. (2) That the amount of private subscriptions specified in our Memorials to your Lordships has been received, expended, and accounted for; and there does not remain any debt, charge, or claim of any kind on account of the building, except what will be liquidated by your Lordships' grant, the payment of which is now prayed for. SUPPORT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS No. With reference to the Supplementary Minute of 20th August, 1853, I am directed to inform you that my Lords have received various representations from the authorities of the training schools under inspection. (5) In Church of England schools, to repeat the Catechism, and show a knowledge of its meaning, the parochial clergyman assisting in the religious examination. Applications for such scholarships must be transmitted to their Lordships' secretary, through the principal of some training school under inspection, who is willing to receive the applicant, from the 1st of the following January, as one of the Queen's scholars then to be allowed. Their Lordships will seek the assistance of the department of science and art in settling and testing this exercise. (6) Their Lordships considering the increased number of pupil-teachers who will be available as candidates in December 1858,* and thenceforward, reserve to themselves discretion to continue the examination in December 1858* to the class of candidates at present admissible, should their Lordships in the meantime judge it to be advisable to do so, but, in any such event, notice will be given before December 1857.† (this sum may include an allowance of £50 for board and lodging), provided that each lecturer in respect to whom such an augmentation of salary is granted shall afford evidence satisfactory to their Lordships of his attainments in one, or at the most two, of the branches of knowledge enumerated below, and of skill in adapting them to the purposes of elementary instruction. Provided that the rate shall not diminish on account of any increase in the number of scholars, until the increase is such as to make the reduced rate for the higher number balance the unreduced rate for the smaller number, e.g., 100 scholars at 5s. This is a point which you will do well to note yourself, and to impress upon others. Below you'll find additional information about physician health, leadership, and council member bios. The stipends will be liable to be withdrawn by their Lordships on the report of their Inspector, on proof of the continued ill-health of the pupil teachers or stipendiary monitors, or of misconduct, want of punctuality, diligence or skill, or failure in their examination, or in default of the required certificates. In reply to this argument it must be stated that, as a matter of fact, the full fee is not received from the whole number of paying students. It was further Resolved, That as the masters having charge of the instruction and training of school apprentices will be selected for their character and skill, and as the education of the apprentices will increase the labour and responsibilities of such masters, it is expedient that the successful performance of these duties be rewarded by annual grants in aid of their stipends, according to the number of apprentices trained by each master. (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. The Returns of income and expenditure now made by the managers of schools in the forms with which they are furnished by Her Majesty's Inspectors will suffice for ascertaining the total amount per scholar required to meet a capitation grant. That in schools containing more than 120 children, the managers shall avail themselves of the Minutes of this Committee, to provide from the seven-tenths of the school income, such pupil teachers exceeding the rate MINUTE BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 2OTH AUGUST, 1853, RELATlNG TO QUEEN'S SCHOLARS, APPRENTICES AND CERTIFICATED TEACHERS 4. 3. (5) In Church of England schools, to possess a more extensive knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, and of the Liturgy and Catechism. Such a Report would be called for about the beginning of November in each year. The admission of Queen's scholars will be regulated as follows:- At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, 20th day of August, 1853. [page 327] 11. (2) Various remonstrances have been addressed to my Lords on the subject of the amount of attendance required; and it has been urged that the condition, as it stands, will confine the aid afforded within limits too narrow to admit of any practical effect. The period which pupil-teachers pass at the college, between [page 304] (1) In the composition of an account of the organisation of the school, and of the methods of instruction used. SIR, 6, 7. Read, An account of the application for pecuniary aid to schools in Great Britain, not including applications for endowment under 1 & 2 Vict., c. 87. (2) The augmentation to be the same, and to depend on the same conditions of salary and emoluments, as in elementary schools. Their Lordships rely upon the foregoing provisions, in extension of the Minutes of 1846, to fill a constantly increasing number of elementary schools with certificated teachers. Thus, suppose a certificated master of the lowest class; his augmentation grant is £15, and he cannot at present obtain it in a school where a sum less than £15 is subscribed. Their Lordships considered:- At the end of the third year:- This is a point which you will do well to note yourself, and to impress upon others. All the candidates who reach the prescribed standard will be arranged (pursuant to Section X. of the Minute dated 20th August, 1853) in the order of merit, irrespectively of their having been pupil-teachers or not. If the second Report be favourable, his augmentation and class of certificate will be fixed for the next five years. 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. per student. 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. The duty imposed upon you is not easy to discharge without great attention and judgment. 5. (8) Girls should also be able to sew neatly and to knit. The parochial clergyman will assist in this part of the examination. In consideration of this provision their Lordships will, after 1st January, 1854, cancel so much of the Minute dated 25th July, 1850, as allows apprentices to compete for Queen's scholarships in the course of the filth year' service. 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 Lordships' duty to refuse assistance under the Minute of and April, 1853, no less than under the Minutes of 1846, to a school until it had been placed in more suitable premises, and better supplied with furniture, apparatus, and books. (6) In Church of England schools, to show a more perfect knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, Catechism, and Liturgy. * In this, as in all other Minutes, my Lords aim at improvement. LINGEN. Committee of Council on Education, In order still further to reduce the burden of such establishments, their Lordships will award to every normal school subject to inspection a grant for every student trained therein concerning whose character and conduct the Principal shall give a favourable report, and concerning whose attainments, skill in teaching, and general aptitude for the vocation of a schoolmaster, it shall appear to the Lord President, at the close of each of three years of training, from the report of one or more of Her Majesty's Inspectors and from the examination papers, that a certain standard of merit has been attained. The attendance required to fulfil the conditions of the grant ought to be fixed at a point beyond the common practice. My Lords consider that this objection is over-ruled by other considerations. The attendance required to fulfil the conditions of the grant ought to be fixed at a point beyond the common practice. In such schools their Lordships will allow one assistant-teacher, in addition to one pupil-teacher, for every 100 children. (5) That the deed of trust, a copy of which is lodged at the Council Office has been duly enrolled in Chancery (or in Scotland, duly registered) according to law. 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. (b) Resident students in normal colleges (not having been pupil-teachers) who are more than 20 years old, and who have succeeded in passing the examination (including the schedule) at the end of their first year's residence. You will observe that the words of this clause are enabling, not obligatory. In testimony whereof we affix our signatures, and request the payment of the sum appropriated to the school at aforesaid. Now this latter sum, when divided among 433 students, gives less than £15 7s. So long, however, as the particulars which my Lords require to have before them are collected, my Lords do not desire to tie every school down to the same register. Their Lordships considered:- (1) In the composition of the notes of a lesson on a subject selected by the Inspector. If the Queen's scholarship were all that the Government offered, a college which had a sufficient number of applications for admittance from paying students would have no pecuniary motive to receive Queen's scholars. 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. That in schools containing more than 120 children, the managers shall avail themselves of the Minutes of this Committee, to provide from the seven-tenths of the school income, such pupil teachers exceeding the rate CIRCULAR LETTER ADDRESSED TO HER MAJESTY'S INSPECTORS OF SCHOOLS RELATIVE TO FOREGOING MINUTE We review and maintain standards for nursing and midwifery education and practice at both pre and post-registration levels. In future, however, if a deserving school obtained £10 for capitation fees under the Minute of 2nd April, 1853, the managers might obtain an augmentation grant for their teacher (the other conditions being fulfilled) on subscribing £8. By the joint operation of these measures, my Lords confidently anticipate that the vacancies now remaining unfilled (about 300 out of 1,900) in the several normal colleges will find well-qualified occupants. 10. (a) Assistant teachers of three years' standing. Their Lordships will not grant more than one such augmentation of salary in any training school, when the number of students in residence does not exceed thirty, nor more than two where the number does not exceed sixty, nor more than three such augmentations in any case. When the foregoing conditions are fulfilled, their Lordships will allow an annual stipend of £25 in the case of a male, and £20 in the case of a female, assistant teacher. Their Lordships will allow, without further examination, a Queen's scholarship of £25, to all assistants who shall for three years have acquitted themselves satisfactorily, pursuant to the Minute of 23rd July, 1852. Above 50, but under 1005s.4s. [page 329] By the joint operation of these measures, my Lords confidently anticipate that the vacancies now remaining unfilled (about 300 out of 1,900) in the several normal colleges will find well-qualified occupants. If the Queen's scholarship were all that the Government offered, a college which had a sufficient number of applications for admittance from paying students would have no pecuniary motive to receive Queen's scholars. In order, however, to meet the case of those training schools which may not immediately be able to adapt their system to a course of two years, and in which Her Majesty's Inspectors shall report that the theory and practice of teaching are efficiently imparted, according to tile most approved methods, and with all the requisite appliances, their Lordships will, as a provisional measure, grant £10 to the college for every student who, having resided one full year, and being classed in the examination at the end of it, shall continue in residence for six months longer, and during that time shall attend exclusively to such theory Membership. 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. You are required, without permanently lowering the standard at present maintained, to reach a class of schools hitherto unable to fulfil the conditions of public assistance. not to reach the intermediate class or "schedule." the end of their apprenticeship and the examination for Queen's scholarships in December, will reckon simply as supernumerary time, and will not be counted in their period of training. Resolved - 1. At the same time, the extension made by the Supplementary Minute, from five-eighths (Minutes of 1850-1, vol. (b) Work from dictation a sum in one of the four first compound rules of arithmetic correctly. IN forwarding the enclosed copy of a recent Minute‡ by the Committee of Council, for your information, I am directed by the Lord President to add the following account of its provisions and object:- If this cannot be certified of the family, the apprentice will be required to board in some approved household. 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. December, 1853, be granted to the student of a training school until he shall have been for two years in charge of the same elementary school, and shall have been twice reported on as the teacher of it by Her Majesty's Inspector. (2) In the first steps in mensuration,* with practical illustrations; and in the elements of land surveying* and levelling. (2) In decimal arithmetic,* and the higher rules of mental arithmetic. You will observe that the words of this clause are enabling, not obligatory. When this practice has once been set on foot, it will only be requisite to give notice to each child as he reaches the prescribed age. The programme is based on a broad vision of education that encompasses both values and competencies. I., p. 11, Sect. (f) Answer a few elementary questions in geography (orally), and on other subjects of useful information. As many qualified students will be nominated (in the order of merit) as answer to the total number of vacancies in all the training schools. (3) That the site of the school-house has been obtained with a good legal tenure, and has been duly. *In Scotland, 31st December. variety of trials, and to approximate to a common register through the results of such experience. (5) English grammar and composition. Their Lordships will not overlook the state of the school registers in deciding upon the augmentation grants of certificated teachers. *In Scotland, 31st December. Parents appreciate the reduced tuition costs and high job placement rates of accredited institutions. (6) The theory and practice of teaching. (3) Geography. This is a point which you will do well to note yourself, and to impress upon others. A minute of the grant of every such pension, and of the grounds on which it has been awarded, shall be published in their Lordships' Minutes. (5) No adequate encouragement is offered to prolong the continuance of students under training beyond a single year. To allow such a further number of Queen's Scholarships to duly qualified candidates as, with the number reserved for the existing Queen's Scholars, shall occupy the whole of the accommodation in each college under inspection reported by the principal to be unoccupied by other students after the following Christmas. (3) In grammar, to parse more difficult sentences, and give the rules of their construction. 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. No teacher will be admitted to this examination who has not completed his or her thirty-fifth year. * The number of pupil-teachers who will respectively complete their apprenticeships in each of the next five years is 1,018, 1,322, 1,827, 2,208, 2,149. 11. [page 317] (Signed) R.R.W. Queen's scholarships may be held (by renewal) for two years. [page 326] (2) The possible number of Queen's scholars (Minutes of 25th July, 1850, 20th August, 1853, 14th July, 1855), pursuant to the existing regulations. On the day of your visit, after making the usual call, the master would put back all those boys on whose account no capitation grant is claimed. My Lords have determined to require the condition to be fulfilled in the case of those scholars only for whom the capitation grant is claimable. Their Lordships will allow, without further examination, a Queen's scholarship of £25, to all assistants who shall for three years have acquitted themselves satisfactorily, pursuant to the Minute of 23rd July, 1852. The schools now in receipt of annual grants will form the centres round which the new applications must be grouped. (Ibid., p. (1) To prepare the notes of an oral lesson on a subject selected by the Inspector. The Lords of the Committee observe, that in a large proportion of the applications now before them, the memorialists have commenced or undertaken the erection of school-houses, in the expectation of receiving pecuniary assistance from Her Majesty's Government, upon conditions similar to those which were required by the Lords of the Treasury; and the Lords of the Committee resolve to be guided by the Regulations contained in the Treasury Minutes, in so far as will be consistent with the terms of Her Majesty's Order in Council of 3rd June, 1839. Girls will not be required to proceed beyond the rule of "Compound Proportion" in this year. As the grant increases, so must the income of the school be proved to keep pace. 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. At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, 2nd day of April, 1853; (4) That every such assistant shall be taken to be equivalent to two apprenticed pupil-teachers, in reckoning the number of such apprentices to be maintained at the public expense in any school. [page 302] 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. My Lords consider that this objection is over-ruled by other considerations. 5. Resolved - 1. We have designed a survey that allows you to rate the adequacy and relevancy of the objectives of the standards for accreditation of career and technical education institutions. The mere substitution of public for local money is an evil if it does not stimulate improvement in a greater degree than could otherwise be realized. 6. In schools where the examination falls in the first half of the year, the office of pupil-teacher will be vacant during the period between Christmas and the date fixed for the examination. Accreditation is a status granted to an educational institution or program that has been found to meet or exceed stated criteria of educational quality and student achievement. General Rules. That there is a fair prospect that the salary of the master and mistress, and the ordinary expenses of the school, will be provided for during the period of apprenticeship. Professor Moseley, and the Rev. MINUTES BY THE COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, DATED 25TH AUGUST, AND 21ST DECEMBER, 1846: (1) GENERAL; (2) REGULATIONS RESPECTING THE EDUCATION OF PUPIL TEACHERS AND STIPENDIARY MONITORS - SUPPORT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS It is, however, and with tolerable unanimity, contended that the proviso for this purpose in the Minute will entail a pecuniary loss upon the training colleges, in comparison with estimates formed pursuant to the Minutes of 1846 and 1850. for students to fail altogether in the examination, i.e. 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. 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." [page 296] (5) More completely in the Holy Scriptures, Liturgy, and Catechism, in Church of England schools, the parochial clergyman assisting in the examination. In future, however, if a deserving school obtained £10 for capitation fees under the Minute of 2nd April, 1853, the managers might obtain an augmentation grant for their teacher (the other conditions being fulfilled) on subscribing £8. It has not escaped the observation of my Lords, that this interpretation will at first render the condition almost nugatory. 6. 10. 2. (1) The extent of accommodation provided in the several training colleges under inspection. In reply to this argument it must be stated that, as a matter of fact, the full fee is not received from the whole number of paying students. of Scholars.Boys' Schools.Girls' Schools. 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