SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION
IiXAMIxr.KS- UKPOll'l' AXI.) J-,x-AMIXAT[OX RESULTS Tlio Diocesan Sunday School Union examiners submit the following report :- -We b-g to submit the results ot the annua! ev; Ul mi;iii,in. Vp'-'ii ih- whok the results are satisfactory. Ju-i-ini; l>y (he answers. tli.- 1 papers set, .seem to have ade..|i!ately covered tho sviiai.ns unci given seop-s * * »•' the children to set. dovrn broadly vlmt the-,- had i)M!i taught, in 'Jvnrie A there ivere hub few candidate?, and wo fe.gr that rmwiv scholars do not tak" their Sunday school lessons with the ea-mc seriousness i!r ; v airplay at the public schools. In Snide I! the work was sattsfactory, but in Grad« C there are only four first classes, while many have been content with juices, and then' are mare failures than usual, tirade D was quite up to usual standard. We notice all the papers show that the y<iurifie>/ children take a. lively iute-rest ill their work. As it it; difficult for young children to express themsvives on paper, this grade ww speciallv satisfactory. For the Senior Grade we set some, questions which re-quired ■careful thought. and in many cases these have been wed answered ; but. then* aro evidences that fomc "nave not fully grasped t ! >e meaning of work thev have memorised. —W. H. Roberts. A. ('. H. Button, examiners.'. Tin- following have obtained first-class passes:---•.Jrado A. --Alay Davis (St. PuTtl's), Dons Ravie (Si. John's). Claud ine- Provo (St. Mai-v's). Crado P..—Fsme lienthain. Dorothy K. Mi rams. (St. Marv's). Vida. (J rater (St. dohhs), May Bishop. Ht-rold Mitchell. Lilian Wavmouth (St. Mark's). Helen Smith iTotara. Oanu-ru), Doris Balk (St. John's). (irade C—' f.-eslie Hueston Dickinson, Florence- Sumner (All Saint's), Annie Riley. Lydia, Tyrrell (SI. Martins). "Oracle I).--Leslie Martin. L. L Vernon, Thomas Brooks (Holv Trinity). Winifred Tonlolr. A. A. K. Shortt. Gwendolciso Ihvy (St. AlnrvV). Sybil Mary Cocdi-idge, Christina, Kkkl (All Saint'."), Sarah Foster (St.. Paul's). W. Kennedv (St. Jnhn'sb Ctade F.—Kif;t, Hintz, lion's Richard, Sadie Brockic- (St. Paul's), Harold Foley, Marion Po-b-rts (St. Martin's), Thelma. C'lirLstensen. (All Saints'). Two hundred and ninety-six examination papers woie forwarded to the examiner? from, the- various schools throuchi out the Dncp.-e.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915