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1932 ~ Diocesan Inspection Report


Bishop Winnington-Ingram CE School, Ruislip
Transcript of London Diocesan Board of Education Inspection Reports

Visit of 7th July 1932 by the Rev. E.H.Williams-Ashman



            The School is settling down well and finding its own character.  The children are of a very good type and are taking full advantage of good and stimulating teaching.  From one end to the other the work was well known and the upper classes were not without power in applying the lessons to life.  The classes moved well together and at prayers one could see the whole School is beginning to feel its own unity. The School is full of promise and when it has a top class up to 11+, and can cover the curriculum suggested in the Diocesan Syllabus, it will do very valuable work in the training of the children in Religious Knowledge and practice.  


London Metropolitan Archive, Acc/1035/08/03
Reproduced with permission from the LDBS



First uploaded: 11 May 2017