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TRANSFERENCE OF SCHOOLS.

HIRWAIN JOINT SCHOOL.

EXAMINATION.

DRAWING EXAMINATION.

AMBCLANCE CLASS.

WELSH IN THE SCHOOLS.

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WELSH IN THE SCHOOLS. âThe Clerk said he had made out a return showing the number of head teachers able to speak Welsh under the Board, and also the schools where Welsh was taught. Abera- manâThree head teachers spoke Welsh, and the language was taught as a class subject in the boys' department. Welsh songs were taught in the two departments. AbernantâThree head teachers and two assistants spoke Welsh, which was taught as a class subject in the boys' school. Recitation and singing in three department. AmmanâOne head- teacher who taught his scholars a Welsh song. Abergwawr â Three head-teachers, two of whom spoke Welsh recitation taught in two departments and songs in three. Capcoch-Three head-teachers and two assistants spoke Welsh, which was not taught as a cla?s subject. CwmamanâThree head- teachers two spoke Welsh, but the language was not taught M a class subject. No Welsh singing or recitation. Cwmbach-Two head. teachers, anù neither could speak Welsh. CwmdareâTwo head-teachers, and one spoke Welsh. Language not taken and no Welsh recitation or singinp. Llwydcoed-Two head- teachers spoke Welsh. Not taken as a class subject, but a Welsh song was taught. ParkâThree head- teachers spoke el^h, which was a class subject in the boys' school. Welsh recitations and Bong taught in three departments. PenywainâThe head-teacher speaks Welsh and teaches a Welsh song. Robertstown â Two head teachers can speak Welsh. Not taught as a class subject. Two depart- ments sang Welsh songs. TownâThree head-teacners, and two suoke Welsh, which was not taught as a class subject. No Welsh recitation or song was taught. HirwainâThree head-teachers, and two spoke Welsh, which was taken as a class subject in the boys' school. No Welsh recitation or song was taught. Higher GradeâTwo head-teachers and neither spoke Welsh. The language not taken as a class subject, and no recitations or songs taught. There are 35 head-teachers

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