ANTIQUE 15 SEPTEMBER 1908 London County Council COPY BOOK No. 9 Hackford Road H G School LONDON Esmonde Watters DICTATION BOOK | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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ANTIQUE

15 SEPTEMBER 1908

London County Council

COPY BOOK No. 9

Hackford Road H G School

LONDON

Esmonde Watters

DICTATION BOOK

 
DETAILS:
 
CONDITION:
Used COPY BOOK:
DICTATION BOOK.
Pages INTACT but has alot of wear & damage
along the corners & edges.
Please see photos…
 
INSIDE FLAP:
 
SCHOLARSHIPS.
TO PARENTS AND SCHOLARS.
 
 
You have probably heard of the Scholarships
which have been established
by the London County Council.
These Scholarships are intended
to give boys and girls, 
in Public Elementary Schools, 
opportunities for proceeding
to places of higher education, 
and continuing their studies for several years.
Many boys and girls have,
by the aid of the Council’s Scholarships, 
have been enabled to obtain good positions,
which would not otherwise have been open to them. 
The main system of the County Scholarships
comprises
(a) Junior County Scholarships
open to boys and girls between 11 and 12 years of age,
(b) Intermediate County Scholarships
open to boys and girls between 15 and 17 years of age,
(c) Senior County Scholarships,
which are tenable at the Universities. 
The Council has also established
Scholarships in Art, Science, Gardening, 
Woodwork, Domestic Economy, and other subjects.
 
Further information can be obtained from your
Head Teacher
or from the Executive Officer, 
Education Department, 
Victoria Embankment, W.C.
 
EVENING SCHOOLS
TO ELDER SCHOLARS
 
You will soon be leaving Day School,
when perhaps you may be inclined to think that
your education is finished. 
But this cannot be so. 
Certainly you have made a good beginning
in the Day School, 
more especially if you have passed through all the standards;
but it is most necessary
that you should still further continue your studies. 
You will find, in time to come, 
how necessary it is to have a well-furnished mind
and skillful hands
to enable you to earn your own living, 
to add to your interest and pleasure in life, 
and to fit you to take your part
as a useful member of the community
You will, therefore, be wise
to avail yourself of all opportunities for self-improvement,
among which are the Evening Schools of the Council
where you will find a staff of teachers
willing to assist you in every possible way.
The schools are easily accessible to everyone,
being held in every district,
and the subjects are chosen
to meet the needs of the students.
Instruction is given in general subjects,
such as Arithmetic, Reading, Writing, and Composition, 
Geography and History:
in Commercial Subjects, 
such as Book-keeping, Shorthand and Typewriting,
and Commercial Correspondence, 
and in French and German:
in Science subjects such as
Chemistry, Magnetism and Electricity, 
Mathematics, 
Building Construction, Machine Construction and Drawing, etc:
and in Drawing such as Light and Shade,
Freehand and Model Drawing.
Classes are held in Practical Cookery, 
Dresscutting, Millinery, and Laundrywork, 
and also in Woodwork, Woodcarving, and Metalwork. 
Vocal Music is practised, 
and Gymnastics and Physical Exercises are provided
in the winter, 
and Swimming is taught in the Summer. 
The Head Teacher of your Day School can furnish you
with further information, 
and you can obtain a leaflet giving full particulars
of the schools in the neighbourhood of your home
upon applying to the School-keeper
of any of the Council’s Schools;
and the Responsible Teachers of the Evening Schools
themselves are always pleased
to meet and advise intending students. 
 
L.C.C EDUCATION OFFICES, 
VICTORIA EMBANKMENT, W.C.
5th May, 1905
 
R. BLAIR
Executive Officer
 
 
BACK FLAP:
 
REWARD CARDS AND PRIZES. 
 
TO PARENTS AND SCHOLARS
 
REWARDS CARDS
Reward Cards are awarded to scholars
at the discretion of the Head Master or Head Mistress
for attendance, or for conduct and industry. 
 
PRIZES. 
Prizes are rewarded to scholars for conduct, 
industry and attendance in accordance with a scheme
drawn up by the Head Master or Head Mistress
with the approval of the Local Managers. 
A statement of the grounds on which prizes
will be awarded is hung up
in the hall or in a class-room
of the school as a guide to the pupils. 
 
 
  

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