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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION SERIES


IDENTITY STATEMENT
Reference Code: HW/3
Title: Ministry of Education
Date(s): 1937–1973
Level of description: Series level
Extent: Two files

CONTENT 
Scope and content/abstract: Series comprises two files: (i) Cardiganshire Education Committee (ii) Cardiganshire Primary Schools

ACCESS AND USE:
Conditions governing access:: No restrictions
Conditions governing reproduction: Ceredigion Archives reserves the right to determine, on conservation and preservation grounds, whether an item is suitable for any form of copying. Usual copyright restrictions also apply.  

DESCRIPTION NOTES
Date(s) of description: May, 2007


FILE

IDENTITY STATEMENT
Reference Code: HW/3/1
Title: Legislation  
Date(s): 1937–1969
Level of description: File level
Extent: One file

CONTENT
Scope and content/abstract: File consists of items relating to education legislation

DESCRIPTION NOTES
Date(s) of descriptions: May, 2007


ITEM

Ref: HW/3/1/1
Title: Education Act
Date: 1944
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet, (107.pp)
Scope and Content: A copy of chapter 31 of the Education Act of 1944. It is structured into five parts each part dealing with a specific theme. Part one deals with the effects of the Act on central administration; part two relates to the statutory system of education; part three with independent schools; part four with the general principles of the act to be observed by Local Education Authorities; and part five gives supplementary notes supporting the earlier parts. 

Ref: HW/3/1/2
Title: Education Act
Date: 1946
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (18.pp)
Scope and Content: Pamphlet is arranged into fifteen sections each dealing with a separate theme: 1. enlargement of controlled schools; 2. division of a single school into two or more schools; 3. Maintenance of voluntary schools; 4. letting or hiring of school premises other than school buildings and definition of school buildings; 5. powers of local education authorities to provide temporary assistance for voluntary schools; 6. power of local education authorities to execute work for the purposes of controlled schools; 7. additional provisions relating to religious worship; 8. provisions for avoiding broken terms; 9. additional powers to provide clothing; 10. qualification of teachers for membership of local authorities and their committees; 11. traveling expenses; 12. compensation for certain officers of county councils; 13. additional provisions relating to local administration; 14. miscellaneous amendments of enactments; and 15. expenses. 

Ref: HW/3/1/3
Title: The Pupils’ Registration Regulations
Date: 1948
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (4.pp)
Scope and Content: Provides a list of regulations concerning the registration of pupils and the monitoring of their attendance. Sub-sections deal with such things as method of making entries, preservation of registers, deletions from admissions registers, and inspection of registers.  

Ref: HW/3/1/4
Title: Education (Miscellaneous Provisions)
Date: 1948
Author: Not known
Extent: One pamphlet (20.pp) & hand-written note
Scope and Content: Structured into thirteen parts: 1. provisions as to transfer of powers conferred by the charitable trusts act; 2. extension of the endowed schools acts to education generally; 3. allocation between primary and secondary education of children between ten and twelve years old; 4. provisions as to pupils becoming registered pupils at schools; 5. amendment and consolidation of enactments as to provision of clothing; 6. recruitment to local education authority of cost of providing education for persons not belonging to the area; 7. amendments as to modifying the requirement of conformity to prescribed standards as to premises of schools; 8. cancellation of report that a child is incapable of receiving education owing to disability of mind; 9. presumption of age in proceedings to enforce attendance at school; 10. provisions as to power of local education authorities to acquire land by agreement; 11. miscellaneous amendments and repeals; 12. provisions as to regulations; 13. expenses. Also included is a hand-written note enTitled ‘General Principle’.  

Ref: HW/3/1/5
Title: Employment and Training Act
Date: 1948
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (16. pp)
Scope and Content: arranged into three parts: the first deals with the functions of the Minister of Education as to employment services for school leavers; the second provides details as regards the newly created youth employment service; and the third provides supplementary notes to the other two parts.

Ref: HW/3/1/6
Title: The Pupils’ Registration Regulations
Date: 1956
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (4.pp)
Scope and Content: Provides a list of regulations concerning the registration of pupils and the monitoring of their attendance. Sub-sections deal with such things as method of making entries, preservation of registers, deletions from admissions registers, and inspection of registers.  

Ref: HW/3/1/7
Title: Education Act, Chapter 12.
Date: 1962
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (14.pp)
Scope and Content: Arranged into five sections: 1. awards and grants by local education authorities and minister of Education in England and Wales; 2. grants and other payments by education authorities; 3. consequential variation of general grants; 4. school leaving dates; and 5. supplementary provisions. 

Ref: HW/3/1/8
Title: The Remuneration of Teachers
Date: 1963
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet (12.pp)
Scope and Content: Provides information on salary scales, and teachers’ qualifications. 


FILE

IDENTITY STATEMENT
Reference Code: HW/3/2
Title: Reports
Date(s): 1956–1967  
Level of description: File
Extent: One file

CONTENT
Scope and content/abstract: File consists of bound reports on teachers' salaries.

DESCRIPTION NOTES
Date(s) of descriptions: May, 2007


ITEM

Ref: HW/3/2/1
Title: Scales of Salaries for Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 1956
Author: N/A
Extent: One bound report (64.pp)
Scope and Content: The Burnham Committee report provides detailed information on the following topics: (a) general description of the categories of teachers and schools to which the scales salaries are applicable; (b) equal pay increment; (c) scales for qualified teachers; (d) scales for unqualified assistant teachers; (e) additions to the scales of unqualified teachers; (f) scales for temporary teachers; (g) additions to the scales for temporary teachers; (h) salaries of qualified head teachers; (j) salaries of unqualified head teachers; (k) allowances for deputy head teachers; (l) allowances for heads of departments; (m) additional payments for teachers holding graded posts (n) miscellaneous provisions relating to allowances for teaching staff; (o) allowances to mitigate hardship to teachers; and (p) general operation of scales. 

Ref: HW/3/2/2
Title: Scales of Salaries for Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 1959
Author: N/A
Extent: One bound report (65.pp) & supplementary pamphlet
Scope and Content: The Burnham Committee report provides detailed information on the following topics: (a) general description of the categories of teachers and schools to which the scales salaries are applicable; (b) equal pay increment; (c) scales for qualified teachers; (d) scales for unqualified assistant teachers; (e) additions to the scales of unqualified teachers; (f) scales for temporary teachers; (g) additions to the scales for temporary teachers; (h) salaries of qualified head teachers; (j) salaries of unqualified head teachers; (k) allowances for deputy head teachers; (l) allowances for heads of departments; (m) additional payments for teachers holding graded posts (n) miscellaneous provisions relating to allowances for teaching staff; (o) allowances to mitigate hardship to teachers; and (p) general operation of scales. Also included is a supplementary pamphlet entitled ‘Salaries in the Teaching Profession’. It contains the main features of the various new salary scales for teachers operating from October 1959.

Ref: HW/3/2/3
Title: Scales of Salaries for Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 1961
Author: N/A
Extent: One bound report
Scope and Content: The Burnham Committee report provides detailed information on the following topics: (a) general description of the categories of teachers and schools to which the scales salaries are applicable; (b) equal pay increment; (c) scales for qualified teachers; (d) scales for unqualified assistant teachers; (e) additions to the scales of unqualified teachers; (f) scales for temporary teachers; (g) additions to the scales for temporary teachers; (h) salaries of qualified head teachers; (j) salaries of unqualified head teachers; (k) allowances for deputy head teachers; (l) allowances for heads of departments; (m) additional payments for teachers holding graded posts (n) miscellaneous provisions relating to allowances for teaching staff; (o) allowances to mitigate hardship to teachers; and (p) general operation of scales.

Ref: HW/3/2/4
Title: Scales of Salaries for Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 1965
Author: N/A
Extent: One bound report (68.pp)
Scope and Content: The Burnham Committee report provides detailed information on the following topics: (a) general description of the categories of teachers and schools to which the scales salaries are applicable; (b) equal pay increment; (c) scales for qualified teachers; (d) scales for unqualified assistant teachers; (e) additions to the scales of unqualified teachers; (f) scales for temporary teachers; (g) additions to the scales for temporary teachers; (h) salaries of qualified head teachers; (j) salaries of unqualified head teachers; (k) allowances for deputy head teachers; (l) allowances for heads of departments; (m) additional payments for teachers holding graded posts (n) miscellaneous provisions relating to allowances for teaching staff; (o) allowances to mitigate hardship to teachers; and (p) general operation of scales.

Ref: HW/3/2/5
Title: Scales of Salaries for Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 1967
Author: N/A
Extent: One bound report (68. pp)
Scope and Content: The Burnham Committee report provides detailed information on the following topics: (a) general description of the categories of teachers and schools to which the scales salaries are applicable; (b) equal pay increment; (c) scales for qualified teachers; (d) scales for unqualified assistant teachers; (e) additions to the scales of unqualified teachers; (f) scales for temporary teachers; (g) additions to the scales for temporary teachers; (h) salaries of qualified head teachers; (j) salaries of unqualified head teachers; (k) allowances for deputy head teachers; (l) allowances for heads of departments; (m) additional payments for teachers holding graded posts (n) miscellaneous provisions relating to allowances for teaching staff; (o) allowances to mitigate hardship to teachers; and (p) general operation of scales.


FILE

IDENTITY STATEMENT
Reference Code: HW/3/3
Title: Circulars  
Date(s): 1938–1973
Level of description: File level
Extent: One file

CONTENT
Scope and content/abstract: File consists of administrative memoranda issued by the Ministry of Education to Schools in England and Wales  

DESCRIPTION NOTES
Date(s) of descriptions: May, 2007

ITEM  

Ref: HW/3/3/1
Title: Y Beibl Cymraeg
Date: 1938
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Language: English; Welsh.
Scope and Content: Provides a series of suggestions to teachers for the celebration of St David’s day centered around the anniversary of Bishop William Morgan’s translation of the Bible into Welsh.  

Ref: HW/3/3/2
Title: Registers and Records in Primary and Secondary Schools
Date: 11/10/1948
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Outlines the requirements of each school to take records of all its pupils and provides information on how best to do this. 

Ref: HW/3/3/3
Title: Youth Employment
Date: 1949
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides guidance to teachers regarding their responsibilities to furnish their pupils with the vocational skills necessary for post-school employment.   

Ref: HW/3/3/4
Title: Examinations in Secondary Schools
Date: 6/9/1949
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides information concerning the government’s opinion regarding the examination of pupils.

Ref: HW/3/3/5
Title: Choice of Schools
Date: 23/8/1950
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Deals with the question of transport and the payment of tuition fees at non-maintained schools. 

Ref: HW/3/3/6
Title: School Health Service
Date: 25/8/1953
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides information on the education provision for disabled pupils. 

Ref: HW/3/3/7
Title: Examinations in Secondary Schools
Date: 9/7/1955
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Considers the role of external examinations in helping pupils in secondary schools to do their best work and to leave school with credentials indicating achievement and promise.  

Ref: HW/3/3/8
Title: Schools and Commonwealth Affairs
Date: 10/9/1955
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Intention of this circular is to draw attention to United Nations Day and to provide suggestion on how to take full advantage of the day for educating secondary school pupils.  

Ref: HW/3/3/9
Title: Deferment of Students at Universities
Date: 13/4/1956
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: provides guidance to teachers for the arrangements of deferment and release of students in the academic year 1956-57.

Ref: HW/3/3/10
Title: School Registers and Records
Date: 10/5/1956
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: The main purpose of this memorandum is to simplify the ministry’s requirements for the keeping of Attendance Registers and to leave greater discretion to local education authorities over the manner of marking them. 

Ref: HW/3/3/11
Title: Schools and Commonwealth Affairs
Date: 26/9/1956
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Sets out the sources of information available to teachers in connection with the celebration of United Nations Day. 

Ref: HW/3/3/12
Title: Transfer Scholarship Scheme
Date: 6/6/1957
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Circular notifying teachers that the universities of Birmingham, Bristol, and Sheffield have each accepted the endowment of three scholarships which will become available at the beginning of the academic year 1957/8

Ref: HW/3/3/13
Title: Termination of Employment of Teachers
Date: 25/2/1958
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Gives guidance on the action to be taken by head teachers upon the occasion of a teacher’s termination or suspension of employment owing to reasons of ill health  

Ref: HW/3/3/14
Title: St David’s Day Celebrations
Date: 26/2/1958
Author: Samuel Jones & Lewis Edwards
Extent: One leaflet
Language: English; Welsh
Scope and Content: Importance of teachers to the modernization of Wales

Ref: HW/3/3/15
Title: Access to Schools
Date: 24/4/1958
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Memorandum describes the policy and the procedures which it is recommended should be followed in dealing with requests from outside bodies which wish to interest pupils in maintained and assisted schools in careers

Ref: HW/3/3/16
Title: Use of Radioactive Substances in Schools
Date: 24/10/1958
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Memorandum providing the views of the Minister for Education regarding the use of x-ray equipment in schools. The minister thinks that such work is more appropriate to university college courses, but appreciates that some schools would ant to introduce it at the secondary level. Has reservations regarding pupils safety, however. 

Ref: HW/3/3/17
Title: The School Meals Service and the Teachers
Date: 20/3/1959
Author: G.H. Flemming
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides outline of the history of school meals service and proposals to further develop such services over the coming years.  

Ref: HW/3/3/18
Title: The Schools and the Commonwealth
Date: 27/4/1959
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides guidance notes to teachers of how best to emphasize the significance of the commonwealth in Britain’s history and future.  

Ref: HW/3/3/19
Title: Schools and International Affairs
Date: 30/9/1959
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Recognizes and seeks to channel the growing demand from local education authorities to increase the number of international issues covered by the curriculum in an effort to create amongst pupils a sense of world citizenship.  

Ref: HW/3/3/20
Title: Interchange of Teachers with Overseas Countries
Date: 30/9/1959
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides information on the revised rates of payment to assistants and interchange teachers from Europe, 1959-60; and gives an overview of the various opportunities for schools to appoint teachers from abroad.

Ref: HW/3/3/21
Title: General Certificate of Education
Date: 18/2/1960
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides the contact details of all those Examining Bodies who have been fully recognized by the Minister of Education as of equal status for the purposes of the General Certificate of Education.  

Ref: HW/3/3/22
Title: State Scholarships for Mature Students
Date: 19/9/1960
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides full guidance on the scholarships available to mature students who wish to pursue a General Certificate of Education. 

Ref: HW/3/3/23
Title: Discontinuance of G.C.E. Supplemental and Technical State Scholarships
Date: 8/2/1961
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Announces the decision of the Anderson \committee that, in the light of the recent developments of the awards system and their recommendations about the qualifications for enTitlements to an award from public funds which the government have already accepted, State scholarships as such no longer serve any essential purpose and shall therefore be discontinued. 

Ref: HW/3/3/24
Title: The Old Order and the New
Date: 23/2/1961
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Guidance on the government’s proposals for a major reconstruction of the system of courses for students in the technical colleges of England and Wales.

Ref: HW/3/3/25
Title: Industrial Safety and the Education Service
Date: 11/9/1961
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides governmental guidance on safety precautions to be taken by schools and safety training so that those pupils leaving school to work in industry have the necessary basic knowledge

Ref: HW/3/3/26
Title: The Child Who Uses a Hearing Aid
Date: September, 1961
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Informs teachers of the proper use of hearing aids and the ways to get the best possible use out of them for the benefit of pupils with impaired hearing.

Ref: HW/3/3/27
Title: Training of Teachers
Date: 14/3/1962
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Memorandum announcing the decision of the Ministry of Education to include additional one-year teacher training courses in educational psychology. Then outlines the conditions by which a prospective trainee teacher may apply for the course.     

Ref: HW/3/3/28
Title: Student Awards
Date: 18/4/1962
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet (four pages)
Scope and Content: Pamphlet specifically relates to the changes heralded by the Education Act of 1962 regarding awards to students. The leaflet then goes on to discuss the newly reduced number of school leaving dates over the course of the school year and the positive impact this will have for pupils’ education.   

Ref: HW/3/3/29
Title: Vocational Education
Date: 24/8/1962
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One pamphlet (19 pages)
Scope and Content: Recognizes the importance of providing less academically able pupils with the necessary skills with which to secure employment post-qualification. 

Ref: HW/3/3/30
Title: International Affairs
Date: 18/9/1962
Author: J. Brook
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides a list of sources of material and information for the use of schools when preparing to mark the occasion of significant international days of celebration.   

Ref: HW/3/3/31
Title: Vocational Courses
Date: 25/10/1962
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet (two pages)
Scope and Content: Memorandum summarizing the recommendations of the recent report by the National Advisory Council on Art Education which is chiefly concerned that existing courses are developed in such a way as to cater for the needs of those students who wish to pursue employment openings in commercial/industrial art world.

Ref: HW/3/3/32
Title: Diplomas in Applied Biology
Date: 28/3/1963
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Informing teachers that the Ministry of Education has decided to institute a scheme for Higher National Certificates and Diplomas in Applied Biology which will replace the present arrangements for the teaching of biology. 

Ref: HW/3/3/33
Title: Certificate of Education
Date: 23/5/1963
Author: B.B. Thomas
Extent: One leaflet (3 pages)
Scope and Content: Circular informing teachers that in light of the recommendations made in recently commissioned reports the Minister of Education has decided that a system of single subject examinations should be established and taken by pupils at the end of their secondary school education. The new system is to be administered by independent regional examining boards established for the purpose. 

Ref: HW/3/3/34
Title: Teaching in the Commonwealth
Date: 28/1/1964
Author: Elwyn Davies
Extent: One leaflet (3 pages)
Scope and Content: Aims to encourage newly qualified teachers – especially in the core subjects of English, Maths, Science – to emigrate to those countries of the commonwealth in which professionally qualified teachers are in dangerously short supply. 

Ref: HW/3/3/35
Title: Educational Broadcasting
Date: 24/2/1964
Author: Elwyn Davies
Extent: One leaflet (4 pages)
Language: English/Welsh
Scope and Content: Informs teachers of the advantages for education offered by the expansion of BBC broadcasting services with the introduction of BBC2. The channel is intended to provide educational programmes and documentaries in which Wales will strongly feature.   

Ref: HW/3/3/36
Title: Teachers in Overseas countries
Date: 23/3/1964
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Memorandum to teachers that the teaching exchange programme is to remain under the overall guidance responsibility of the Ministry of Education and that the ministry will continue to determine the financial conditions applicable to the exchange scheme.  

Ref: HW/3/3/37
Title: Language Courses for Businesses
Date: 26/3/1965
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Information on language learning provision for languages other than those of French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian provided by business firms for the benefit of pupils. 

Ref: HW/3/3/38
Title: Visits to Commonwealth Countries
Date: 19/1/1966
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Circular reminding schools of the forthcoming visit of the Queen to Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean area and suggests that schools might want their pupils to follow the progress of the five-week tour as a means of covering the commonwealth studies requirement of the curriculum.  

Ref: HW/3/3/39
Title: Commonwealth Day
Date: 14/3/1966
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Circular informing teachers that the Queen wishes that in future years Commonwealth Day should be celebrated in this country on her official birthday. This will mean that this year Commonwealth Day will occur on Saturday and will therefore mean that it cannot be celebrated in schools. It is, however, hoped that schools will continue to find suitable opportunities to educate pupils in the history of the Commonwealth.  

Ref: HW/3/3/40
Title: Courses in Further Education
Date: 6/6/1966
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet (3 pages)
Scope and Content: Sets out to provide information on the arrangements for the provision of information to help late applicants for full-time advanced courses in technical and commercial colleges and seeks the co-operation of local education authorities in meeting the needs of applicants. 

Ref: HW/3/3/41
Title: Links between Colleges & Schools
Date: 13/12/1966
Author: Elwyn Davies
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Aims to strengthen the ties between schools and colleges

Ref: HW/3/3/42
Title: Asbestos Threat
Date: 18/7/1967
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet (2 pages)
Scope and Content: Speaks of the dangers presented to pupils by the existence of asbestos; asks local education authorities to carefully regulate the use of asbestos products within all types of educational establishments.   

Ref: HW/3/3/43
Title: Corporal Punishment
Date: 2/1/1968
Author: Elwyn Davies
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides a direct quote from a speech made by the Secretary of State for Education in respect of the government’s position on the use of corporal punishment in schools.  

Ref: HW/3/3/44
Title: Physical Education in Schools
Date: Not known
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Draws attention to the care needed when using certain PE equipment in school and the importance of teachers undergoing training in the proper and safe use of the equipment.  

Ref: HW/3/3/45
Title: Decimal Currency
Date: 27/2/1968
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Announcing that the full advice of the Schools Council on the curricular implications of the proposed change to a decimal currency and to a metric system of weights and measures will shortly be available. 

Ref: HW/3/3/46
Title: Work Experience
Date: 19/6/1969
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet (2 pages)
Scope and Content: Circular which seeks to remind local education authorities of the relevant legal provisions which affect the participation of pupils in work placement schemes.


Ref: HW/3/3/47
Title: National Youth Orchestra of Wales
Date: 18/2/1970
Author: Leslie Jones
Extent: One leaflet
Language: English/Welsh
Scope and Content: Reminds teachers that the year 1970 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales. It is hoped that schools will celebrate this on St David’s Day. 

 Ref: HW/3/3/48
Title: Teacher Exchange with Europe
Date: 12/1/1972
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet (3 pages)
Scope and Content: Announcement of a new scheme which aims to encourage teachers of modern languages to travel to the country of the language they teach as a means of keeping up to date with modern linguistic usage and the cultural life of that country. 


Ref: HW/3/3/49
Title: Royal Visit
Date: 31/1/1972
Author: Not known
Extent: One leaflet
Scope and Content: Provides an itinerary of the forthcoming visit of the Queen to Asia and suggests that it might be worth teachers using the tour for educational purposes.  


Ref: HW/3/3/50
Title: Visual Arts in Wales
Date: 23/2/1972
Author: Leslie Jones
Extent: One leaflet (4 pages)
Language: English/Welsh
Scope and Content: Seeks to raise teacher awareness to the cultural and educative value of native Welsh art and suggests that schools make good use of Wales’ artistic heritage by making it the theme of this year’s St David’s Day celebrations.


Ref: HW/3/3/51
Title: Teacher Exchange
Date: 5/4/1972
Author: D.A. Routh
Extent: One page
Scope and Content: Notes concerning administrative changes in the operation of the recently announced expanded scheme of exchanges with France and Germany for teachers of modern languages.    


Ref: HW/3/3/52
Title: Reorganization of Local Government
Date: 16/1/1973
Author: W.D. Pile & L. Jones
Extent: One leaflet (10 pages)
Scope and Content: The proposed reorganization of local government has implications for schools in so far as the new local education authority boundaries will cross what were previously the boundaries of a single authority which in some cases will mean that schools will for the first time serve the population of more than one authority


FILE

IDENTITY STATEMENT
Reference Code: HW/3/4
Title: Pamphlets
Date(s): 1947–1965
Level of description: File level
Extent: One file

CONTENT
Scope and content/abstract: File consists of pamphlets relating to general issues of education   

DESCRIPTION NOTES
Date(s) of descriptions: May, 2007


ITEM 

Ref: HW/3/4/1
Title: The New Secondary Education
Date: 1947 (reprinted 1951) 
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet
Scope and Content: Ministry of Education pamphlet number 9 providing information for teachers concerning the effects on secondary education of the passing of the Education Act of 1944. Specifically provides information on grammar, modern and technical school education. 


Ref: HW/3/4/2
Title: Memorandum on the Closure of Schools
Date: 1956
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet
Scope and Content: Provides information on the medical and administrative action to be taken in the event of closure of a school from widespread outbreak of infectious illness.   



Ref: HW/3/4/3
Title: Educational Research
Date: 2/2/1965
Author: N/A
Extent: One pamphlet
Scope and Content: Provides information concerning the opportunities provided by the Department of Education into education research and grants available. Also gives a list of research projects accepted for grant by the Department of Education in 1965.  




















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