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CHERTSEY SCHOOL

Trio following is tha Examination report on (Jherfcsey District School (examined let November 1888) :— I Pftße Subj ota.

Percentage of Passes 42 86 Percentage of Failures 3074 II Oiass Subjeota. 11l Additional Subjects. to S aaS* •as -a M Subject |s Subjeot 3 5 2- S. Drawing.. .. 55 Repetition anc History .. - ... 70 Recitation .. 16 Geography .. 60 Drill and Eteroisr 8 Elementary, Singing .. ..12 . Science, and Needlework .. 12 Object Lessons 75 Subjeot Matter 0 Reading Lesson. 15 Total .. .. 260 Total .. .. Percentage on Olaaa Bubjeota 60 Additional Markt 63 General ranvirks.— The results of the examination, may, on tho whole bo characterised as good. Standards I and 11. are not so well prepared ns the uppar classes, and spelling generally Is a weak subj ot Iho bn.roccon of the infants is only moderate m quality, but it will doubtless improvj as ihe pupil teacher — ■ who is only a begionor at present — g*ina expetiance. The presonce of eimultapeous answering still mars tbe other wise intelligent sfye of the teaching ; it » evident, however, that an e^ort, to sqrno ex'ent a'ready t uoaessful, baa been made to cli 1 mats the fault 'J he History of Standards VI. and llf.,the Geography of Standard IV , and the Ohj c ofc Lessons are very good. The disclp'iae is fair, George Hcgbbn, Inepeotor.

il 1 1 1 I 1 5.7. Z Z Z Z Z~" S6 8 — — o 3 S5 5 — _ 2 8 846— — 2 4 S3 10 — — 4 6 S2 6 — — 2 4 SI 9 — —27 . _P 24 — _____ Total . . 63 — ' — ""To _7~"

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CHERTSEY SCHOOL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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CHERTSEY SCHOOL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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