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FRODSHAM.

ACTON.

HAW »IU)EN ! HA'V \ liDE;\;

FLINT. I

RITA BON.

M ALP AS.

NESTON. I

CtflLDEii THORNTON-

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CtflLDEii THORNTON INFANT SCHOOL.—The managers of this school, in their report for the year ending September last, give the following report from H.M. Inspector of Schools:—"The school is going on satisfactorily, both as regards discipline and instruction." The excellent merit grant of 17s. 1-60 12 ,i has agaiii I)e(,ii per child, amounting to ,£;30 12:> has again been earned, and has been apportioned— £ 22 19s. to the former managers for the nine months ending June 30th, and JK7 lis. to tho new authority for the succeeding tiiree months ending September 30th. The amount of fee grant earned is Iil8, which has been similarly apportioned, JF15 10s. to the former managers and £ 4 10s. to the new authority. Of the F,36 9s. thus due to the former managers, £9 10s. has already been received on account, and is credited to the present year; £1 13s. has been deducted by the Hoard of Education for con- tributions of certificated teaohers, under tho Ele- mentary School Teachers' Superannuation Act of 1838, leaving a nett balance of E25 6s. to be lidded to the £ 2 Os. 3d. outstanding to the credit of the managers, as shewn on the balance-sheet. No aid grant has been made to the school thif vear. The number of children on the register is 52, as against 53, with an average daily attendance of 36, as against 33 for 1902. Since the close cf the school year sovon of the senior scholars have been drafted, as usual to Snttcn Schools The managers rejoicg that the subscriptions have been maintained up to the usual standard during the past year and tender their best thanks to the numerous supporters of this charity during many years of its existence. The Education Act of 1932 having come into operation on July ) q last, the school was tpk-i over by the Cheshire bounty Council, who have sirce carried it on and have supplemented the foor foundation manag.-rs by Mrs. Thorbum. while Mr. J. E. Hughes has been appointed by th< Parish Council As ihe parish of Eastham have signified their desire Yr to be longer represented. Mr. H. C. Chamber,- retired a.ft" pin > y>-».rs of valuable ervices. f«> which the thanks of the managers fire due to him. Afr. R. Rend has generously given the four book prizes for resrnlar attendance and good conduct this year, and it is honed that the new authority will continue inl" practice. The balance sheet s hews the income to have been E93 and the expenditure, inehidinsr an overdrawn balance of f-, 7 17s. 10d. from thp previous veir, amounts to PPI 17s. 6d., thus leaving a credit balince of JM Os. 3d.

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