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MODEL SCHOOLS.

25. The following table shows (a) the religious denominations of the pupils on the rolls of the several Model schools on the 31st December, 1905; (b) the average number on the rolls; and (c) the average daily attendance.

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Central Dublin,
West Dublin,
Inchicore,
Glasnevin,
Athy,
Bailieborough,
Ballymena,
Ballymoney, .
Belfast,
Carrickfergus,
Clonmel,
Coleraine,
Cork,
Dunmanway,
Enniscorthy,
Enniskillen, :
Galway,
Kilkenny,
Limerick,
Londonderry,
Lurgan,
Monaghan,
Newry,
Newtownards,
Newtownstewart,
Omagh,
Parsonstown,
Sligo,
Trim,
Waterford,

Total, .
Percentages :

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2,315

105 9,139 1000

9,256

67 22 3 6 2,867 3,141 517

299 314 344 5*6 33 Peroentage to total on Rolls.

6,863

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74.14 Percentage of average attend

anco to average on Rolls.

26. The following table shows the expenditure on the Model schools for the year 1905.

(The expenditure by the Board of Public Works on repairs, &c., is not included.)

Expenditure from State

Expendituro
Sources.

from Local

Grants.

SCHOL.

Total.

General
Expenditure,
i.e. Rents,

Petty
Expenses,

eto.

Salaries and
Allowances to
Teaching

Staff.

School Fees

to Teachers.

Central, .
West Dublin
Glasnevin,
Inchicore,
Athy, .
Bailieboro',
Ballymena,
Ballymoney,
Belfast,
Carrickfergus,
Clonmel,
Coleraine,
Cork,
Dunmanway,
Enniscorthy,
Enniskillen,
Galway, .
Kilkenny,
Limerick,
Londonderry,
Lurgan,
Monaghan,
Newry, .
Newtownards, .
Newtownstewart,
Omagh,
Parsonstown,
Sligo,
Trim,
Waterford,

Total,

£ 8. d. 291 0 11 124 11 8 96 15 3 40 140 74 15 11 59 15 6 88 4 11 43 1 7 684 1 1

82 13 1 114 14 8

91 3 10 430 1 11 106 17 1

60 9 11 156 8 6 106 12 2 106 5 10 145 4 3 169 1 5 111 111 45 13 1 116 12 8 156 1 0 44 19 8 85 12 2 50 6 10 182 11 6

98 8 10 148 4 9 4,012 15 1

8. d. 2.657 96 1,509 6 1

294 5 6 1.201 16 5 278 17 6 251 16 9 1,032 8 11 1,065 1 1 3,805 0 4 1,027 16 4

431 7 8 788 0 7 1,483 11 2 281 711 362 2 4 676 15 6 379 9 3 271 6 2 787 3 2 1.801 13 7 1,005 3 8

943 19 8 1,183 18 11 1,066 17 5

628 9 0 1,133 125 496 12 10 858 1 1 618 8 6

497 10 2 28,819 8 3

£ 8. d. 99 13 7 65 17 1 13 5 6 71 6 1 13 5 6 18 2 4 39 16 6 42 10 1 105 18 0 51 16 1 32 12 6 42 3 9 48 136 147 14 0 22 2 6 40 2 11 44 126 13 5 6 37 17 3 66 76 44 60 66 94 44 50 44 50 30 19 6 59 3 9 22 2 6 69 16 6 17 14 0

22 2 6 1,338 5 9

£ 8. d. 3,018 4 0 1,699 14 10

404 6 3 1,313 16 6 366 18 11 329 14 7 1,160 10 4 1,150 129 4,494 195 1,162 5 6 578 14 10 921 8 2 1,962 67 435 19 0 444 14 9 873 6 10 530 13 11 390 16 6

970 48 2,037 2 6 1,160 19 9 1,056 2 1 1,344 16 7 1,267 3 5

704 8 2 1,278 8 4

569 2 2 1,110 91 734 11 3

667 17 5 34,170 91

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The expenditure for pupil teachers out of the vote for the financial year ended 31st March, 1906, was £5,120 118. 2d.

CONVENT AND MONASTERY SCHOOLS.

27. The numbers of these schools, and the attendances, for the year, were as follows:

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Lay assistants

The teaching power in some convent schools is partly made up of lay assistants—308 in number-who, though not paid directly by us, are recognised under special conditions, and are granted valuable privileges in the matter of service, training, etc.

The average number of pupils on the rolls of the Convent and monastery national schools for the year was 111,670.

The average daily attendance at these schools for the year was 79,799.

The per-centage of the average daily attendance of pupils to the average number on the rolls was 71.5.

WORKHOUSE SCHOOLS.

28. The number of workhouse schools in connexion with our Board on 31st December, 1905, was 136, of which 134 were in operation.

The average number of pupils on the rolls of these workhouse schools during the year was 4,188, the total average daily attendance of pupils for the year was 3,437, and the average daily attendance of pupils of 3 to 15 years of age was 3,423,

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ELEMENTARY EVENING SCHOOLS. 29. During the session 1905-1906, 631 Elementary Evening Schools were in operation. The pupils are, as a rule, over 14 years of age.

Detailed statistics in regard to these schools appear in the Appendix to this Report.

The subjects taught in these schools were as follows

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During the financial year payments amounting to £11,928 88. 4d. were made to the Evening Schools.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. 30. In 28 National Schools, pupils of Industrial Schools (certified under the Industrial Schools Act) were in attendance. The number of these pupils on the rolls on the last day of the year was 234 boys and 1,485 girls--total, 1,719; and the average daily attendance was for pupils of all ages, 1,616, and for those of 3 to 15 years of age, 1,549. The industrial pupils attending school are instructed in the same manner as the ordinary day pupils; but payment for their instruction is not made by us, but by the Industrial Schools Department,

Teaching Power. 31. The teachers in our service on 31st December, 1905, receiving personal salaries were as follows :

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There were also in the service 20 temporary assistants (4 men and 16 women, and one temporary workmistress.

New Teachers, 32. During the year ended 31st December, 1905, there were 683 persons appointed for the first time as principal or assistant teachers. Of these 426 had been trained in Training colleges

. and 257 were not so trained. ANTECEDENTS OF NEW PRINCIPAL AND ASSISTANT TEACHERS.

Principals.

Assistants.

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Trained in “Marlborough-street"

Training College,
Trained in "St. Patrick's" Train-
ing College.
Trained in Our Lady of Mercy,

Training College,
Trained in Church of Ireland:

Training College, .
Trained in “De la Salle” Training

College,
Trained in "St. Mary's," Belfast,

Training College, .
Trained in "Mary Immaculate

Training College, :
Trained in an English or Scotch
Training College,

Total Trained,
Served as Pupil Teachers or

Monitors,
Served as Lay Assistants,

Manual Instructresses,
Teachers certificated under Eng-

lish and Scotch Departments, who had not been trained in a Training College, Members of religious orders.

Total,

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107

154

176

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354

529

683

Special facilities are afforded to university graduates to enter our service as teachers, either directly as Assistants or through the Training Colleges.

Teachers who died or retired from the service. 33. During the year 90 teachers died and 450 others left the service. The causes of retirement, so far as they can be ascertained, are given in the following table

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