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KEEPING A HOLD ON THE CHILDREN.

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KEEPING A HOLD ON THE CHILDREN. BOARD OF EDUCATION AND I GUILDS. Swan sea School Buildings Sub-Committee met on Friday, Aid. Devonald in the chair. The Swansea Co-operative Society, Ltd., made application for rooms at the Municipal Secondary Boys' and Girls' Schools for three days during Whit-week to provide luncheons to the delegates of their Congress.âAgreed to. Arising out of an application from the Danygraig After-Care Committee for use of a room at the Danygraig School for Girls' Guild meetings once a week, a letter was read from the Board of Education endorsing a communication from the Home Office in which it was pointed out that in three months of 1916, compared with the same period of the previous year, there was an increase of nearly a thousand in the number of children changed with piiriwiable offences? in 17 of the large"t centres written to. It wa? therefore deaii?.bia to co-operate with boys' and girh: organisations, brigades, and clubs by lending them the school buildings so that the children would not lose the in- struction and guidance gi ven them at school. Mr. Parker remarked that Swansea was well advanced in this respect and that in Mr. Wukefield thev had one of the best juvenile employment officers in the king- dom. I The application was granted.

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