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BARRY SCHOOL BOARD. THE N.U.T. SCALE. The monthly meeting of the Barry School Board was held in the Board-room, Holton-road Schools, on Thursday evening in last week, the Chairman (Mr J. Lowdon, J.P.), presiding. The other members present were Captain Davies (vice-chair- man), Dr O'Donnell, Dr Lloyd-Edwards, Rev W. Williams, Mr D. Lloyd, Mr p. Wright, and Mr J. Reee. APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED. The appointment of Mr E. B. Sawyer as assistant to Mr Knowles in the plumbing class, at a salary of 2s 6d per lesson, was confirmed. PROPOSED SITE FOR A NEW SCHOOL. Captain Davies, Dr Lloyd-Edwards, and Mr D. Lloyd were at the last meeting of the School Man- agement Committee appointed a sub-commi! tee to consider the feasability of purchasing a site for a new school on Gladstone-road, and to see Mr Forrest about the matter. Captain Davies now said the committee did not like the site proposed, and were resolved to see Mr Forrest and endeavour to get a site between Gladstone and Woodland-roads TENDER FOB PA IN TIM G. The tender of Mr George Speke, Barry, for decorating the caretaker's house at Romilly-road Schools, amounting to £6 10s, was accepted. NEW ATTENDANCE OFFICE. An extra room for the attendance officer being badly needed, a room in No. 7, Pyke-street, was engaged for the purpose, at a rental of 5s per week. SLOW PROGRESS. Mr P. Wright asked the reason of the slow pro- gress of Clive-road Schools. He had recently visited the schools, and failed to see that any head- way had been made. It was resolved to write to the contractor and clerk of works about the matter. NEW SCALE OF SALARIES. A committee, consisting of Mr Lowdon, Dr O'Donnell, Dr Edwards, and Mr D. Lloyd having been selected to deal with the N. U.T. scale of salaries, now presented their report, consisting of modifications of, and additions to, the salaries' resolution passed on the 7th September last. This report was now adopted with a slight alteration, and is as follows:- 1âThat the commencing salary for trained women be restored to its former figure, viz., L75. 2âThat the scale, as amended by the above re- solution. shall apply to trained and certificated men and women who are in the first or second division in their second year, and to untrained men and women who are in the first division in their second year and, in the case of infants' schools, to teachers trained at a recognised Kindergarten Training College, and have taken the higher certificate of the National Froebel Union. 3-That the commencing and maximum salaries of untrained men and women in the second division. second ytar's papers, be respectively jEi5 and £10 under the scale, 4âThat the^commencing and maximum salaries of trained and certificated men and women in the third division, second year's paper, be as follows :â MEN. WOMEN. Min. Max. Min. Max. f-75 JE90 £ 60 JE90 and the commencing and maximum salary ef un- trained men and women in the same division shall be MEN. WOMEN. Min. Max. Mila. Max. £70 f85 £ 60 £ 76 in both cases advancing by f5 per annum. 5-That as regards assistants under Article 50 or 51, in the case of men the maximum shall be iu- creased to E75, and to JE60 for women. 6âThat all assistants shall commence t5 under the above scale when in the case of men they are under 21 years of e, and in the case of women, they are under 2(7 years of age at the date of appointment. 7âThat teachers of all grades will be allowed to count each or any of the following as equivalent to one year's service under this Board, either for the purpose of increasing their commencing salary payable at the time of qualifying, viz t- (a) The Degree of any British University. (b) A third year's training. (c) The Diploma of Licentiate or Fellow of the College of Preceptors. (d) A Frobel Certificate (teachers in infant schools under Article 50 and 51). S-Tli.it after two years' service no advance in salary will be granted to teachers in infants' schools who do not obtain either the Board's Kindergarten Certificate or the Certificate of the National Froebel Union. SCHOLASTIC APPOINTMENTS. Applications were received for appointment on he staff of the new Hannah-street Schools, and the ollowing were accepted, the engagement to com- mence from 1st Jannary next:âMessrs Edward Phillips, Morriston Lewis Thorras, Poatardawe Evan Jones, Merthyr; Frank Allen, Carlisle Wm Humphries, Merthyr; and Miss Ellen M. Jenkins, Cardiff and Miss Villey, Manchester. Miss Prentiss and Miss Freeman were added to the staff of the Clive-road School. SOB-LETTING. The Board afterwards considered the report in private of the Sub-committee with regard to the sub-lettingar. Hannah-street Schools.

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