Waiwhare School 1924 Report

NEW ZEALAND. – EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.   [Form B]a.

TEACHER’S ANNUAL EXAMINATION REPORT.

Waiwhare School.

Class-list for Class P. (See Direction 6 on B 1.)

(1)   Consecutive No.
1

(2)   AGE ON 31ST DEC.
Years.   Months.
6   11

(3)   Names in Alphabetical Order for each Division. (Surnames first.)
Patrick Ensor

(4)   Attendance (half-days) since Beginning of Year.
342 to Dec 1st

(5)   TIME SINCE ADMISSION TO SCHOOL.
Years.   Months.
1   11 to Dec 31st

(6)   REMARKS.
(Including the grounds of retention in the preparatory division in case of pupils who are over 8 years of age or who have more than two years in attendance at school.)

A very satisfactory pupil. He is now reading St I Reader intelligently and taking part in the Oral Composition with St I, where he quite holds his own.
Arithmetic Good
Recitation V.G.
Writing & Drawing Still only V. Fair but steadily improving
Spelling & Dict. V.G.
Handwork. V.F.

(7)   Enter the Standard Class to which Pupils are to be promoted.
St I

[Reserved for Inspector.]

AB Blake   Head Teacher.

Date: Dec’r 1st 1924

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Description

1924 examination report from the first Waiwhare School
This school was situated where David and Linda Ward’s house at Wrekin now stands; it was open from 1922 to 1925
Pupil mentioned is Patrick Ensor; the Ensors owned Waiwhare Station at the time

Business / Organisation

Waiwhare School

Date published

1924

Format of the original

Book excerpt

People

  • A B Blake
  • Patrick Ensor

Accession number

474413

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