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1936 ~ The Managers' Minute Books


Bishop Winnington-Ingram CE Primary School
Managers’ Minute Book 1
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- 1936 -

No record of meetings of the Managers for 1935 were entered in the Minute Book.

Below we present the record of meetings the Managers held during 1936.  

Just two meetings were held.  The first appeared to have been for the purposes of replying to a Statutory Notice in respect of the building of what was to become The Sacred Heart RC School, Ruislip.  The second, to appoint a new Foundation Manager.






Bishop Winnington-Ingram School
Meeting of Managers 5/2/36


The Vicar,
Messrs A.A. Hanhart, J.H. Wallis, D.W. Carter, and W. Dixon Smith




A letter was read from Father E. Sutton with regard to the proposed new R.C. school in Herlwyn Avenue, after which the following resolution was carried unanimously:-

“That the Vicar write to Father Sutton stating that the Statutory Notice was received and duly considered at a meeting properly convened for the purpose and that the Managers of the Bishop Winnington-Ingram School have no objection to the proposed scheme.”




A letter was also received from Mr Allingham stating that there appeared to be a possibility of other tradesmen supplying school colours.

It was decided to write to Mr Allingham assuring him that he is regarded as the official supplier of school colours.


E Cornwall Jones   Chairman






Meeting of Managers, July 20th 1936




A letter from the LEA was read stating that the proportion of the cost of redecoration of the school to be paid by the Managers - £81.5.0 – had been reduced to £32.10.0

Mr Carter proposed, and Mr Hanhart seconded, that the Managers accept the revised estimate of £32.10.0.  Carried




A letter was also received from Mr Martin with regard to the boundary fence between his house and the playground.  Mr Hanhart promised to interview Mr Martin.



Appointment of Foundation Manager

Owing to Mr P. Whaley’s inability to attend meetings, it was necessary to make a new appointment and Mr. W.D. Lees was appointed unanimously.



Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination

The Headmaster reported that 30 pupils had passed the examination for admission to secondary schools.


E Cornwall Jones   Chairman



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