Sess. 11.—1897. NEW ZEALAND.
EDUCATION: CHILDREN ATTENDING SECONDARY SCHOOLS WHO HAVE NOT PASSED STANDARD VI. (RETURN SHOWING NUMBER OF).
Return to an Order of the House of Representatives dated 1st October, 1896. Ordered, "That there be laid before this House a return showing the number of children at present attending the secondary schools of the colony who have not, prior to admission, passed Standard VI. in the primary schools."— (Mr. Morrison.)
E. O. GIBBES, 28th September, 1897. For the Secretary for Education. Approximate Cost of Paper. —Preparation, not given ; printing (1,400 copies) 16s.
By Authority : John Mackay, Government Printer, Wellington.—lB97. Price 3d.]
School. Number of Pupils attending who have not passed Standard VI. Auckland College and Grammar School ... Thames High School Whangarei High School New Plymouth High School Wanganui Girls' High School Wanganui Collegiate School Wellington College and Girls' High School Napier High Schools Nelson College Nelson College for Girls Christ's College Grammar School Christchurch Boys' High School Christchurch Girls' High School Bangiora High School ... ... Akaroa High School ... Ashburton High School Timaru High School Waitaki High School Otago Boys' and Girls' High Schools Southland Boys' and Girls' High Schools 202 3 16 53 ... I 58 151 ... J 176 67 61 47 134 151 64 13 10 11 43 ... I 32 138 8 Total ... 1,438
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E-09a EDUCATION: CHILDREN ATTENDING SECONDARY SCHOOLS WHO HAVE NOT PASSED STANDARD VI. (RETURN SHOWING NUMBER OF)., Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1897
E-09a EDUCATION: CHILDREN ATTENDING SECONDARY SCHOOLS WHO HAVE NOT PASSED STANDARD VI. (RETURN SHOWING NUMBER OF). Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1897
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