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1st, 1

General history

Fr. 1 2 | French

1 2nd, 1

Geography 3 Grammar and ety- 3rd, 1

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5th, 1 Religious instruction . (Exercise on the masts,

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Singing lesson 5th, 1} Mast and gun-drill, &c. I p. 4 to 4 to 6

(In work-shed, in knot

115 boats
30
ting, splicing, making:

work-shed
and fitting rigging,&c.
15
In Boats .

Work-shed. In winter, the out-door practice to be from 2 to 4, and the afternoon school from 6 to } past 6 Supper

2nd, 2; 3rd, . In summer.-Recreation, cricket, land-surveying, walks with masters. to } p. 7 In winter.-In school, reading, writing, drawing, singing for amusement.–Every past 7

Prayers and Hymn.
To dormitories.

1st Master engaged 6 hours ; 2nd, 6 and 7 on alternate The lessons of the afternoon school are so arranged as to give some relief to the 1st, 2nd, Sunday evenings

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of the steam-engine,gunnery, and elements of fortification. Elements of natural philosophy

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from past 6 to 8 other night tub-washing by detachments of 30 each.

reading abstract of sermon, and

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religious in- etymology

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Copying letters Arithmetic consisting of reli- />2nd, 11 and words on gious instruction

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Monday
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The routine of the Middle School to be regulated by these hours. Som eof those in the first class of Middle School, by Detachments, on alternate Days,

to berelieved from the industrial course. Masters for the Lower School, 3; masters for the Middle School, 2: total, 5. As school-duties

tion, the attendance on the boys of the Upper School out of school-hours .

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Thursday.

Friday,

Saturday,

Sunday.

REMARKS.

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This work to be finished from 7 ocks, clean shoes, dress, wash, and prepare for school. Rise + past 6.

to 8 by those on industrial duty

for the day. Arithmetic Gallery lesson, Arithmetic past 7 to 8

The lessons on natural philosoreligious in

special reli- phy, natural history, and draw. struction

ing, to bear reference as much as

gious service, Gallery lesson, Copying

possible to nautical affairs, e.g., on Istreading-book, with appropri- the theory of tides, drawings of religious in- slates

or spelling ate singing. parts of a ship, productions of struction cards

various climates used in und about a ship.

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that schoool to learn the rudiments of the navigation course, if sufficiently advanced, and at that time of these masters are lighter than those of the Upper School, they will take, with the latter, in rotaAPPENDIX D.

INDUSTRIAL Routine for Lower and Middle SchooL.—Halfemployed

each day from 9 till 12, and from 2 till 6.

Lower Middle
School. School.

Occupation.

Observations.

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18 7 Tailors.
18 7 Shoemakers.
18

4 in the wash-house, Taken on alternate days, these 18 7

5 in the laundry. 6 occupations will come 18

6 in the kitchen, and round every fortnight.
for preparing meals( Drafts of 5 each from the 6
in hall.

divisions, for the domestic 3 knotting, splicing, work on Sundays.

rope-making, sail

making 6 3 Fatigue duties as In the kitchen, some instrucpunishment.

tion to be given in culinary 6 3

Fife and flute prac- matters, as far as practitice for band 1 cable; the preparation of a hour, taken from somewhat superior diet for

among 6 first in- the mates would afford op120 48 dustrial drafts. portunities, which are now

wanting, as every article is Half of each, allowing for casualties. prepared in large coppers or

ovens.

Those in the tailors' and shoemakers' shops, and in the knotting and splicing shed, to attend gymnastics and drill from 12 to 1, and singing or other lesson in school from } past 6 to } past 7.

When the boys of the Middle School become tolerably proficient in those three industrial duties, that time to be given entirely to school instruction. They will then be taught navigation and French.

CORRESPONDENCE relative to IMPROVEMENTS in the

Schools.

No. 6. Dr. Kay to the Right Honourable the Lords of the ADMIRALTY.

Committee of Council on Education, MY LORDS,

Council Office, Whitehall, December 1, 1841. The Committee of Council on Education, in compliance with your Lordships' request, dated 10th August, directed their

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