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(c.) Roman CATHOLIC und PROTESTANT Pupils in Schools under ROMAN
Catholic and PROTESTANT Teachers conjointly.
(d.) SUMMARY of the foregoing tables (a), (b), (c), showing the
Numbers of Pupils in Schools attended by both Roman Catholic and Protestant Pupils
Schools attended by Roman Catholic or by Protestant
Children exclusively. 17. The following table shows, according to provinces, the number of Roman Catholic and Protestant pupils on the rolls of 5,889 schools attended sulely by either Roman Catholics or Protestants
18. Of the pupils on the rolls of the 8,651 schools dealt with in these returns, 230,031, or 31.2 per cent., were in schools attended by both Roman Catholic and Protestant children, and 507,006, or 68-8 per cent., in schools attended solely by Roman Catholics or solely by Protestants.
19. The per-centage of schools having Roman Catholic and Protestant pupils in attendance in each quinquennial period from 1875 to 1905, was as follows:
20. The per-centage of schools having an attendance composed either solely of Roman Catholic pupils or solely of Protestant pupils, for each quinquennial period from 1875 to 1905, was as follows:
21. Classification of the Schools in operation on 31st December, 1905
(except Poor Law Union and Industrial Schools, which
22. Convent Schools paid by capitation rates included in the preceding return are here separately classified.
23. The religious denominations of the managers of the schools Religion of (exclusive of Model schools and Workhouse schools), on 31st of Schools December, 1905, were as follows:
In addition to these schools there are nine under the joint management of Roman Catholics and Protestants, and six schools under E. C. and Presbyterian joint management.
MODEL SCHOOLS. 24. The number of Model school establishments in operation at the end of the year was 30. These contain 74 separate departments, each in operation with its own distinct staff and organization.
The average number of pupils on the rolls of the Model schools for the year was 9,256.
The average daily attendance of pupils at these schools for the year was 6,863.
The per-centage of the average daily attendance of day pupils for the year to the average number on the rolls was 74.1.
Besides the regular teaching staffs we employ pupil-teachers Pupil and monitors in he Model schools. In some of the Model teachers schools boy pupil-teachers are boarded and lodged at the expense monitors. of the Commissioners. Non-resident pupil-teachers, boys and girls, receive an allowance at the rate of £26 a year each in lieu of board, etc.
The staff of the Model schools on the 31st December, 1905, consisted of 74 principal teachers, 118 assistant teachers, 6 teachers of special subjects, 69 monitors and 188 pupil-teachers (86 boys and 102 girls).