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ABERDARE SCHOOL BOARD. Friday. Present Mr. R. H. Rhys, J.P. (chair- man), Messrs. D. P. Davies (vice-chairman), Railton, Aberaman W. J. Heppell, Cwmaman Rev. M. Powell, Aberaman Rev. H. R. Johnson, Aberdare Rev. J. Griffiths, Aberdare Rev. D. Griffiths, Cwm- dare Rev. D. M. Davies, Cwmbach Mr. Charles, Trecynon Mr. Morris (clerk). MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE COMMITTEE. — The I report of this committee was read and adopted.—The Committee made several recommendations with reference to the staff at Aljeraman, Abernant, Roberts town, Capcoch, Cwmbach, and Penywain Schools. AN EQUITABLE RECOMMENDATION.—The Secretary of the National Union of Teachers wrote, on behalf of AN EQUITABLE RECOMMENDATION.—The Secretary of the National Union of Teachers wrote, on behalf of that body, to the effect that at the conference the Union had held the question of paying the mistresses of infants' and girls' schools was considersd. The Union were of opinion that the mistresses of infants' "chools should be paid as much as mistresses of girls' schools. They had equal qualifications. It was also more difficult to teach infants than girls. The N.U.T. hoped that the Aberdare Board would do all they could to place mistresses of infants and girls on the same scale of salary. GIVINC. NOTICE.—Miss G. M. Davies, ex-P.T., wrote to say that she would be resigning her appoint- ment at the end of the month.—MissGwladvs James, ex-P.T., also gave similar notice, and so did another ex-I).T. MORE WAGES WANTED.—H. Mills, caretaker, ap- plied for an advance in h;s wages. His work had been greatly increased since the time he had first taken up the duties. Classes were now held every night and there was also an extra class on Saturday. All this meant increased work. Moreover he had to find his own brushes, A.c.—Chairman What does he get now ?—The Clerk £2 18s. 4d. per month.—Chair- man For the three schools ?—Clerk Yes, and the Higher Grade School.—Mr. D. P. Da vies said that it meant a great deal for the man to have to find every- thing.—It was understood that the matter would have consideration, although no action was taken. MCLTTM IN PARVO.—It was decided to borrow the loan required.—Tho reports of the Capcoch, Cwm- dare, Llwydcoed, liobertstown, and Cwmbach Schools were read.-At Capcoch the total amount of grant earned was JB263, as against S259 2s. 6d. in the corresponding period; at Cwmdare the total grant was £ 194 14s. 6d., as against £ 181 18s. '10d. at Llwydcoed there was also an increase in the amount of the total grant; at Cwmbach the total grant Was JE506 6s., as against JB294 16s. 6d. there was a slight decrease in tne amount of the total grant at Roberts- town. THE NEW REOCLATroNS. —Mr. Heppell Are the new regulations in force at the various schools?—The Clerk replied that a copy had been sent to each head teacher.—Mr. Heppell I suppose that the whole of the teachers will get a copy ?—Clerk Yes. There are plenty of copies for them. Ex-I'.T.'s LEAVING.—The Chairman, i-efeiring to the matter of the ex who were leaving, asked the clerk to get all the information he could as to their leaving.—Mr. Heppell al-(j moved that the School Management Committeo should consider the question of pupil teachers leaving. CWMDARE SCHOOLS.—Rev. D. Griffiths, Cwmdare, complained that there was great difficulty in getting water to clean the Cwmdare Schools. It would be advantageous to have a tap erected on the premises. THE Ex-P.T.'RT SALARIES.—The Chairman gave notice to consider the advisability, or otherwise, of increasing the salaries of the Ex-P.T.'s. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.—The school attendance lists for the previous fortnight were submitted. The number of children on the books at the end of the previous week were 5,828 present at all, 5,453; average attendance, 4,818. The highest percentage was at the Penywain and Capcoch Schools.

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