Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C A1 O11
TitleMiscellaneous education papers
Extent49 docs.
Description/1-2 Regent school: report and rules 1824;
/3 Remarks relating to education costs in Sierra Leone 1830;
/4 Rules for Bathurst boys' school 1833;
/5 Curriculum for Sierra Leone schools 1837;
/6-14 Children's essays 1842;
/15 Minutes on female education 1848;
/16 Curriculum for Sierra Leone schools 1848;
/17 Lists of grammar school pupils 1845-1851;
/17A Rules of the Band Societies of Lady Huntington's Connexion 1849;
/17B Requisition for grammar school 1849;
/18 Rules for Sierra Leone Grammar School [printed] nd [circa 1850];
/19 Government notice for recapture of boys who had absconded from a Liberated African school at Gloucester [printed] 1851;
/20-21 List of pupils and curriculum for Church Missionary Female Institution 1851;
/22-23 Dietary of Liberated African boys at Gloucester: 1848 compared with 1853;
/24 Financial statistics 1845-1853;
/25 Classified lists of church schoolmasters 1854;
/26 Proposed plan for self-support of church schools [printed] 1854;
/27 Regulations for the opening of Fourah Bay Institution 1856;
/28 Kissey Road school: report 1857;
/29 Balance sheet: Female Institution 1860;
/30 Rules for Fourah Bay 1864;
/31 Form of questions for candidates for Fourah Bay 1864;
/32 Curriculum 1864;
/33 Kissey Normal School: report 1865;
/34 Suggestions for guidance of female classes in mission churches in Sierra Leone [1865];
/35-36 Ordinance for establishing a board of education [printed] 1867;
/37-43 Children's essays 1867;
/44 Conditions on which grants will be made to schools by the colonial government [printed] 1870;
/45 Lectures on confirmation by Samuel Spain, Grammar School 1870;
/46-47 Sierra Leone Church of England School Society: circular and report 1872;
/48 Notice relating to examination of church schools [printed] 1873;
/49 Suggestions to pastors and schoolmasters relating to Religious Knowledge exam [printed] 1875
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