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Southampton, 49 34 17
Trinity Church. Southampton, St. 132 so 27
17 23 24 84 54 48 26 57 17 15 0 3 0 160 120 130 90
2 21 10 23 16 27 23 16 15 6 0 5 0 70 53 45 35
48 46 18 20 20 12 26
.. 22 12 15 18 5 0 3 0
50 52 45
14 38 24 17 31 59 40 29 30 13 0 9 ou 84 98
Hertford, Cowper 86 74 21
39 48 4 2 19 26 8 2 26 20
7 13 14 11 7 0
40 56 35 50
in which Boys and Girls are taught apart-continued.
£. 8. d.
Girls very clean and neat. Instruction very good in both schools. The upper classes
compose well, and are taught the Scriptures with intelligence. Pains taken with the Liturgy. Boys' school much improved since last visit. An infant-school much needed. Children quiet; girls clean and neat. Several chapters of Scripture learned by the elder
children. Room for improvement in exercising the intelligence of the boys. Mistress
a good needlewoman; gentle. 14 19 6 Girls quiet and orderly. Instruction of the boys satisfactory; some four or five draw and £3 15 maps ; composition fair. Girls' memories are worked more than their intelligence ; Rewards. their enunciation and writing good. Master appears to do his work with pains and
faithfulness. Room for improvement in the discipline and instruction. Some few of the elder children
answer nicely in geography and fairly in the Scriptures. Master is said not to want
ability. Instruction and discipline of the boys respectable. Attendance of children fluctuating.
Mistress has had charge of the girls but a few weeks, and must not be held accountable for the smallness of their progress. Master trained at Winchester; pleasing and intel
ligent. Room for improvement in the instruction. Girls clean. Children are gathered out of a
Room for improvement in the instruction and discipline of the boys. Girls are taught
and managed in a pleasing manner; their discipline appears to be good. The parish labours under peculiar difficulties. Children quiet, clean, and orderly. Ventilation improved since last inspection. Discipline good. Arithmetic accurate; writing fair. Two of the elder boys compose
fairly on their slates.
1 0 0 Room for improvement in the instruction and discipline of the boys. The girls have
learned some Scripture, and are taught with intelligence. Arithmetic fair. Discipline
satisfactory. 3 0 0 Children clean. Instruction needs to be more carried through the school, especially by
the master. Good building, except that the schoolroom and residence communicate
internally. 89 6 117 Boys remarkably clean and orderly. The elder children learn the gospel or the epistle
for the Sunday. Arithmetic and writing of the boys good. Master appears to be well acquainted with the Scriptures, and to have his heart in his work. He should distribute his questions more to his less advanced boys; and some improvement should be
made in getting on the little ones in reading. £12 Re. The first class of boys compose well; have a good knowledge of the Scriptures ; writing. wards. arithmetic, and spelling well taught; the lowest class ought to be in an infant-school.
Some of the girls have learned a good deal of Scripture, and write fairly on their
slates. The upper boys have learned the first three sections of the “Faith and Duty," and have
begun Nicholls' Sunday Exercises ; but there is room for considerable improvement in the instruction and discipline of both schools. The district from which the children
are gathered is a wild one. Boys compose well, write well, do arithmetic well, are well advanced in reading. Re
ceive gifts for coming to school, yet do not attend regularly. The girls also are taught with great pains, intelligence, and success. A large fund accumulated as an eudowment for the school. 21 girls had learned the gospel for the previous Sunday: of these 13 had learned the epistle as well.