Tho foil >wtn>r report of tho results of ihe oxumioali n of his cohool (held < n tlio 6 h i»Bl) hut* b on h ndud to \u for publ catlo : —
Pecentago m olubs eubjoo h, 6); addition <1 nia'ks, 77 P«» can ago of passes, 66; p.vcnia^o of fa Inr-F, 4/7. Staff : Uo';r<zo Cu'.vcrhonco, master, S3 -6; Iloeß-'Willimnx, P.T 2nd y^t\ t2; Martha 1.. Bi-uop, miatroeß, SI a:.d Rcmirkß : Tho Rcbool ib m very pood condition, and bun paHne'l m m»ny respects an excellent ex -minati' n. lho results of which aro all the morn gratifying as they follow upon more ihin usual bucoobb m the previous year. Tho work of both teachers ia well donr. The pupil tor.olier is of exceptional ptonai?e, nnd deserves great credit fur the appearance presented by hia clues. All the classes m tho school (exoept Standard V) aro good, and Ht-indird It and Standard VI aro m most r)f pests excellent. Generally, of the moat impotent subjects, readme, arithmetic, grammar, and composition atQ VOry good ; and writing from the extreme oare and groat morit of tho copybook work as well as tbe good teaching of the lower ola»8os, ought bo. n to become an equally satisfactory feature. (Signod) w. J. Anderson, Inspector.
1> +* 'O 1!i I 1 1 5 £ * | fa PVi 6 0 0 0 6 V ■ 5 0 1 13 IV 9 0 0 0 9 IH 14 2 0 1 11 II 18 2 0 0 16 ■ ■ I 18 1 0 1 16 j P 31 T,>Ul. 109 5 1.3 61 ~
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TINWALD SCHOOL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888
TINWALD SCHOOL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888
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