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HAMPSTEAD SCHOOL.

The following report on the examination of this school has been received from the Inspector, Dr Anderson : — Education Dlstriot of North Canterbury, —Examination Report on Harap•tead Public School ; examined Sept. 18th, 20tb> 1888

Percentage of passes, 48*14; percentage of ftllarei, 6 6. 31. ClAßfe BVBJEOTS. QnV4 aM f Marks Snb 3 ect - (0 to 100.) Drawing ... 57 History ... 63 Geagraphy ... £8 Jfilementary science, objeot lessons, eto 75 Total 253 Percentage on class subjects 63 25 111. Additional Kepetltlon and recitation ... 16 Drill and exercises 16 Staging 15 Needlework 16 Subject matter of reading leeeona ... 15 JBxtre. drawing ... ... 6 Additional marks ... 83 General Bxmabks. Eta** and Distribution: -James B. Hayne, H.M., standards 7, 6, and 3 ; Mlsa Lacy Fawcett, A.F,, standards 5 •nd 4; Alexander Jamieaon, FT. 3 and 3; lilts Mary 8. ShlrtoUf&s, A.F., propar at oi y department,, including afcondntd 1, aviated by Matthew Kerr, P.T. 11. folau P 3) and Ethel Alcorn, P.T. UI. {daises P. and P. 2). Gbitsbal Bbmabks : - In this examination the school maintains the reputation It has already gained for careful and Intelligent work, and It is scarcely too much to lay that a high ideal of excellence to be attained is • prominent general features. In the Preparative Department standard 1 and P 3 are very good classes Indeed, a tendency to sing-song m S.I Beading, *nd some want of readiness m the oral eounttacr being* the chief faults noted. Classes P. 2 and P. 1 appear to have been left too.mooh to the papll teacher, and do not make tqpre than a moderate appearance. Standard 2 deserves to te treated generally as a good clasp, although m writing and geography it falls considerably ttefcw the expectations formed of it, The other bPbjects are good Standard 3— lt wonld be difficult to find anywhere a better cUbo than that presented m tbU standard. Its reading *b only fair, but Jn ail other respects it Is entitled to the mark* good, very good, or excellent. The Grammar and Composition are particularly worthy of note, as be'ng as neat perfection ai possible. Standard 4 reads well and gives very good answering on the matter of a book , of exceptional difficulty. Its written work aho' shows good teaching and good Intelligence, especially m grammar, composition and geography. It Is therefore the more surprising to find the olass break down completely In Arithmetic, coming to grief often over matter* requiring but the slightest application of thinking powers. Writing is only fair. Standard 5 Is a class of moderate onllbrp. Standards 6 and 7 are (n every way very good. ' The teaching of solenoe m the lohool (ohemlstry m S. 5 and 6 boys, and botany In S. 4 boys) is deserving of special commendation. Order and discipline are very good. — W. J. Anderson, Inspector. Average sees of standard olasses : —

The pet-eentage of par aes as given above (calculated on the new system) is equal to 93.4 cent by the old method of computation, which U a iplendld record. " It may also be mentioned here (m reference to the Inspector's remarks) that the Preparatory Department, Standard 1 •nd Pnplli 3 are rj' dar Mits SbhMc'iffe, o." ■lated by two pupjl-teachera ; Standard 2 under Alexander Jamieson, third year Snpll-ietoher ; Standards 3 and 6 under It Msyne, and Standards 4 and 5 under M!m Fwrcett. / There are now on tife ecbool roll 310 pupllf, and deiks are - /equlred for »U eUeaet from P upwards. Io these classes ftheie are 246 children and there is only desk room for 212. This matter needs the Immediate attention of the Board, which, we may add, m forwarding the •bore report, expresses Its pleasure at finding that the H»mpßiaad School contlnaes to maintain Its high' reputation, a • otroumrtinoe upon whloh the headmaster, the staff, the School Committee and the parents of the district are to be heartily congratulated.

r iI. Pass Subjects. I < I £ £ 7 i — — — _ 6 4 _ — _ 4 5 6 — — I 5 4 24 2 1 5 16 3 35 5 2 1 27 2-46 3 1 2 40 1 52 1 — 1 60 P 127 ■ — — ~ — T0U1"295 11 4 10 142

.Standard!. Tears. Months. VI. 14 0 Vb 13 2 IV. 12 1 lIL 10 8 II 9 9 I. 6 10

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HAMPSTEAD SCHOOL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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HAMPSTEAD SCHOOL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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