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H.M. INSPECTOR'S ANNUAL REPORTS. The following reports were read — 'Bodavon (mixed).—'Methods of teaching gen- erally are thoughtful and carefully chosen, and well-prepared oral lessons secure attentive lis- teners. Arithmetic has been intelligently taught, and the lowest standard an especially good knowledge of its work in this subject. Recitation was well said, and a good general, as well as a detailed knowledge was shown of the selected passages.. The answering in geo- graphy was somewhat sectional in the upper standards, but the lessons are descriptive and interesting. The object lessons are suitable and well illustrated, and a high standard of efficiency characterises the work in all the sub- jects of instruction.—Infants The infants have made good progress, especially in kindergarten occupations, and is conducted in the spirit that prevails in an intelligently organised depart- ment. Church Walks School (mixed).—The school continues to be conducted with marked skill and success. Brush-drawing is very good. .Model-drawing and its practical applications to common object drawing are exceptionally well taught.—Infants Mass drawmg with coloured chalk and free arm drawing are very carefully and successfully taught, and brush-drawing is very good. All the lessons are correlated and the methods are thoroughly modern.. The I modelling is of excellent quality. St. Beuno's School (infants).-There are 65 children on the books at the present time, and only 15 of these can be accommodated in suit- able desks. There are a few high desks which will seat about 30 of the remaining children, but the seats of these are so high that the feet of the little children are dangling four or five inches above the floor, and there are no backs to these seats. The other children have to stand, or to sit upon the floor, attention was called to this lack of proper desk accom- modation after the visit in February, 1908; and, in a letter dated 18th March, copied in the log-book, the Board of Education requested that assurance be given that the deficiences be made good as soon as possible. Nothing ap- pears to have been done to remedy the unsatis- factory state then pointed out. It is impossible for two teachers to teach the large number of infants here (the average attendance for the last quarter was over 70) in one large room. A partition should be provided. The cloak- room should not be used as a class-room. Referring to the defects alluded to in the reports, Mr. Alfred T. Davies wrote to say that they must 'be remedied without delay. The Rector: We have every reason to be satisfied with the reports so far as they relate to education. I propose that we congratulate the teachers upon the satisfactory work done. Mr. Ralph Fisher seconded1, and the motion was agreed to.

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