EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
The Minister for Education publishes in the Gazette, 10th June, the results of the examination held at the end of March last. He says :—lt must be understood that the granting of a certificate depends only in part upon the result of an examination, and that candidates who have not had the experience required by the regulations, or who do not receive the necessary marks from a School Inspector, have no claim to a certificate. The following are the North Canterbury teachers who have passed the examination for Class D. William Dixon, * Edith Sydney Dunnage, William Hale, * Charles Dorey Hardy, Hemy Kitchingham, Emily Peach, Isabella Eupheraia Ross, * Isabella Spensley, * Joseph Thomas. For Class E. —* John Charles Allen, Alice Buxton, *AliceElcanorHenderson, *ChristinaKirk Henderson, John James Mahood, Annie Emily Mannering, Egbert John Mayo, Florence Ockford, * Robert Curer Whitham. Partial success recorded towards Class D.— * William Alexander Banks, Bethia Jack, Ann Kitchingham, *Fred. William Wake. Partial success recorded towards Class E. * Laura Malbon Allison, * Susan Barrett, Harry Vernon Chichester, * Helen Ladbrooke, * Mary Mills. Passed in subjects required to complete former examination —James Thompson Allsopp, Isaac Atkinson, Archibald Binnie, Jessie Bowmaker, William Brook, Alice Eliza Chapman, James Baird Chisholm, Eleanor Sarah Collins, Frederick John Cumberworth, Sarah Elizabeth Derry, Caroline Ada Edwards, Ada Emily Foster, Thomas Adkisson Gates, * George Gilling, Mary Anderson Gordon, James Grant, * Mary Hall, Martha Gibb Amy Harband, Annie Emma Hookham, Charles David • Husband, * Mary Elizabeth Jenkins, Edward Ivory Jennings, Martha Hortensia Kaufmann, Margaret Ann Kelly, William David McClure, Alice Blanche May, James Boxer Mayne, Elizabeth Monk, * Albert James Morton, Peter Murray, Albert Proudcock, Agnes Scott, Martin Sheard, John Simpson, John Cox Sopp, Mary Taylor (Miss), Joseph Thompson, Lucy Eleanor Ihompson, Walter Tipler, Margaret Whiteside, Christina Whyte, Henry Wilson, Elizabeth Wright, * Mary Zweibruck, Those who had attained only partial success in classes D and E will be allowed to qualify by passing in those subjects in which they have been unsuccessful. The list of those who have passed in subjects required to complete a former examination held a “ provisional ” status previously, and are now entitled to a full certificate. An asterisk (*) against a name signifies that the candidate is too young to hold a certificate. In addition to the Gazette announcement, every candidate will receive a private intimation of his or her success or failure, and those who have been only partially successful will be advised as to the subjects in which they require to be examined again.
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