The Great Barr National School
1856 - 1893


This list was donated to me by Robert Deloyde, who extracted it from the committee book
for the Great Barr National school for the period 1856 to 1893.
It gives a glimpse of what life was like for the school in those days.
There is a mention of three schools the Boys, The Girls, & the Addyes School.
This was a charity school in today's modern word they would not be classed as schools
but classrooms because there were not that many children in the schools.
The School was founded in 1856
I regret that I cannot supply any additional information on this listing, which is
provided for your information and as a guide for further research


11/April/1856 at the vestry Were for the meeting were, Sir FE Scott, Bart, and Mrs E Scott, J Bagnall, J Page, F C Motteram B Wright, H C Naileraid? Subscription was one guinea, both playgrounds Needed to be drained, a hedge was to be planted from the school buildings to the Walsall Rd, To be protected by a diamond larch? Fence with gates, with a wicket into the girls playground, Furniture was needed for the school, testimonial were received from a J B Reed for the schoolmaster Candidate, the salary was to be 70 a year, including coals

12/April/1856 at the vestry At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, Mrs E Scott, P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, P B Wright, R Crasp? H E Milsard? Mr J B Read hands in his resignation (headmaster?) Matilda Bayley a candidate for infant school mistress,

26/May/1856 at the school room At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, Mrs E Scott, P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, R Crasp? H E Milsard? application for mistress from Mrs Bolton of Titmarch? But has no Government certification Mr Bagnall to visit Mr J B Read,

9/June/1856 at the school At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, P Bagnall, F C Motteram, R Crasp? Mr Read is said to be an inefficient master a Mr Blades is his replacement

24/June/1856 at the school At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, R Crasp? Mr J B Read is appointed as master, his salary is 65 a year he has to buy his own coal,

23/Jan/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were Mrs E Scott, P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, R Crasp? Desks and cupboards be provided for the school also a scraper for the entrances And that a small wicket gate be added to the larger gate at the approach from the turnpike Road the path and the playground be repaired from the school funds

15/June/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, R Crasp? Mr Blades discussed

22/jun/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, R Crasp? Mr J L Knight to be a member of the committee as honorary secretary Mr Blades the school master refuses to resign the give him legal notice A testimonial of Mr Edward Price is considered satisfactory for the office as school Master he is to start at michaelmas with a salary of 65 he has to buy his own coal

6/Jul/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were Mrs E Scott, P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, A letter from the committee of council on education was read it said that It was declining to supply the funds for the building funds the sum amounting To 16 7s 5d the money was made good by Mr Scott 10, Mr J Bagnall 5, Mr Page 1 7s 5d

17/Aug/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were P Bagnall, P Page, F C Motteram, P B Wright, and the committee for 1858 was to be Sir Francis Scott Bart, Mr Crass? Mr Thos Bagnall, Mr Wright, Mrs Scott, Mr Page, reverend J L Knight, the future wife of Mr Price to be the Mistress for the school her salary was to be 30 per annum

13/Oct/1857 at the parsonage At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, Mrs E Scott, Thos Lee, Robert Craves, and Rev J L Knight Mr Bagnall to se Mr Scott about gravelling the school grounds that Hales bill for the school Gate be paid 2.14; Mr Blades the former schoolmaster is paid 3. 10 s, for cleaning the schoolroom & lighting the fires? And two pounds for Mrs Blades superintending the Sewing, five shillings per quarter to be paid for lighting and cleaning the schoolrooms

6/Jan/1858 at the parsonage At this meeting were Sir F E Scott, H Bagnall, Robert Craves, Rev J L Knight, The committee decided that the larder at the schoolhouse should have a ventilator on it

5/April/1858 at the parsonage At this meeting were Mrs E Scott, Thos Lee, Robert Craves, Rev J L Knight, H Bagnall, J C Motteram, Thos Page, Mr Lee offered to give the school a carriage of coals free

At the midsummer quarterly meeting there were an insufficient members To form a meeting

4/Oct/1858 at the parsonage Mrs E Scott, Thos Lee, H Bagnall, Thos Page, The committee thanked Mr Scott for the coals; Mr Bagnall was asked to buy two clocks and some diagrams and books on botany,

3/Jan/1859 at the parsonage Rev h bagnall, Mr? Frances, Mr Pope, Mr Lee, Mr Graffs. Archibald Davy appointed as a member of the committee

4/April/1859 held at Sycamore House Not enough members present to form a quorum

4/Jul/1859 at the parsonage Rev Henry Bagnall, Mrs T Bagnall, J Page, J Lee, Rev A Davy, Mrs Bagnall proposed that an inquiry be made relative to a bequest To the parish of Great Barr, for the education of a certain numbers Of children which is now paid to the mistress of Lady Scotts School

3/Oct/1859 at the parsonage Rev Bagnall Mrs T Bagnall, Mr T Lee, Mr T Page, O Davy, Further inquiries to be made relative to a bequest to the parish of Great Barr, for the education of 5 children, which is now paid to the mistress of Lady Scotts School Mrs Price the School Mistress has resigned

23/Jan/1860 Sycamore House Sir F E Scott, T Bagnall, T Page, Rev Davy, subscription discussed

10/April/1860 held at the parsonage Rev Henry Bagnall, T Bagnall, T Page, Rev O Davy, MR Bagnall & Mrs Bagnall to visit Mrs Scott at Stourbridge, about The endowed school in Great Barr,

14/Jan/1861 at Sycamore House, Mr Bagnall, Mr Page, Rev O Davy, No business discussed

24/April/1861 at the parsonage Sir F E Scott, rev H Bagnall, Mrs T Bagnall, Rev O Davy, A renewed application be made to Mrs Scott in relation to the Charity school

8/July/1861 at the parsonage Rev H Bagnall, Mrs T Bagnall, T Page, Mr Price to continue as school master at his present salary

7/Oct/1861 not known Mrs T Bagnall, Mr Page, Mr Davy? Mrs Bagnall and Mr Page to be joint treasures in the absence Of Mr Bagnall,

18/Nov/1861 not known Mrs Bagnall and Mr Page present Sir F Scott requested that his name should be struck of the list Of committee Mr Price & Miss Peyton should be given 3 months notice Dated from 25/Dec, in consequence of a letter received from the charity? Stating that an application by Mrs Campbell had been made & Mrs Scott in relation to Addyes School had met with no reply, In? Of the funds of the school which are against the expenditure

6/Jan/1862 held at the parsonage Those present were Mr p bagnall, Mrs E Scott, Mr E L Forster, Mr Page, Mrs Hale, New master & mistress to be appointed at a salary not to exceed 75.0.0 including??????? House and coals, an advert is to be put in the Midland counties Herald,

27/Jan/1862 held at the parsonage Attending were Mr P bagnall, Mrs E Scott, Mrs S L Foster, Mr Hale, The school master to collect the subscriptions 5 per cent for the sum He actually collects, Mr Forster Page, Mr Page, Mr Hale, to decide on The new master & mistress,

10/Feb/1862 held at the parsonage Attending were S L Forster, Thos Page, Thos Hale, applications for master & mistress Considered Joseph St? Rosa Alston, Thos Peake were selected As the beast,

10/Mar/1862 parsonage Those attending were Mr Page, Mr Hale, a letter was read from Mr Scowcroft of St Mathews Birmingham, recommending Mr Mathews for The post of master, Letters were also read from Mr Reynolds of St Stephens recommending Miss Mathews for the post of mistress Miss Mathews appeared before the committee, the joint salary of the Future 70 together with schoolhouse and coals, the back kitchen to be painted before Miss Mathews commenced her duties on the 25 inst.,

7/April/1862 no one attended the meeting,

7/Jul./1862 only Mr Thos Page attended the meeting,

13/Oct/1862 only Lloyd Foster attended the meeting,

5/Jan/1863 T Page, Rev Archer, only ones present,

9/Nov/1863 At this meeting was Mr J Bates, Rev H Bagnall, The following gentlemen were considered for committee members, Mr Adams, Mr Lloyd Foster, Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, Mr Stokes, Mr Jenny,

4/Jan/1864 held at the infant's school, Those attending were Rev e c Watkins, Mr C Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Perry, letters respecting The new school master & Mistress was laid before the committee, Mr Martin of Mayfield Ashborne, should be accepted he and his wife Have the offer made to them to supply the vacancies by the resignation By Mr & Mrs Mathews,

9/may/1864 held at the school, Those attending were Mr Marshall, Mr Ralph, Mr Parish, Mr Lloyd Foster,

9/Aug/1864 held at the school, Attending were Mr Marshall, Mr Ralph, the accounts were read,

27/Feb/1865 held at the school, Attending were Mr Terry, Mr Bagnall, Mr Edward Terry, Mr Ralph,

17/Jul/1865 held at the school, Present were Mr Bagnall, Mr Ralph, Mr Parish,

22/Dec/1965 held at the parsonage, Present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Stokes, Rev H Bagnall, in a interview with Mr Bagnall at Stourbridge, Mrs Scott on the 14/Sep/1865 she gave consent to an amalgamation of Addyes school & the Great Barr school In a note received from Mrs Scott it clearly implied that she was willing to leave the choice of a master meaning of course in conjunction With the committee the committee thanked her for her kindly consent Notice to be given to Mr & Mrs Martin, to leave the school and to give up the house on the 25/Mar/1866 Mr Bagnall to find about any government funding for the school the salary for the master was set at 100 p/a plus the house,

12/Feb/1886 held at the parsonage, Present were Mrs Adams, Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Terry, Rev Bagnall, and an advertisement In the Midland Counties Herald, had meant that A number of replies had been received, two were worthy of consideration one was a Mr Edwards of St Stephens School Tunbridge Kent, and Mr Dodge of Colson School near Rugeley,

5/Mar/1866 held at the parsonage Present Mrs Marshall, Mr Page, and Mr Terry, rev H Bagnall, Mr Edwards Accepts as school master 100 a year, with the Addyes school house, Garden, tax free, he must play the church organ, he will start 8/April His furniture will arrive first, a letter from the council education State that the boy's school is regarded as separate department from the girls and infants and that the endowment be exclusive to the boys School, 1/may/1865 care must be taken to keep the accounts for the boys department separates,

5/Mar/1866 held at the parsonage Present were Mrs Adams, Mr Adam, Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Terry, Rev Arthur, H Bagnall, the schoolhouse to be furnished Mr Bagnall To apply to Marris Bull St & Oram Broad St for a price on the articles A letter from revs J J Carns? He recommended a Miss Leonard?, as school Mistress the school to be whitewashed and painted

9/Jul/1866 held at the parsonage Present were Mr Marshall?, Mr Page, Mr Hughes, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Rev N S Vernon? The two school mistress to be given three months notice Problems with the organist

16/Jul/1866 held at the parsonage Present were Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Vernon, not enough members to Form a quorum

20/Jul/1866 held at the parsonage Present were Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Mr Terry, Rev G Vernon, A letter was received from Mr Edwards the school master he is a bit Put out that the committee were taking 15 pound a year away from Him because he was not playing the church organ, Miss Leonard To take charge of the girls & infants school

30/Jul/1866 held at the parsonage Present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Mr Parish, Rev Vernon, Rev Bagnall, Miss Leonard accepts the offer to be mistress of the girls and infants school, from Oct to Christmas at 45 p/a Mr Edwards resigns his office as schoolmaster he felt deceived

1/Aug/1866 held at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Mr Terry, Rev W G Vernon, the committee to write to Mrs Scott about Mr Edwards The school master,

8/Aug/1866 held at the parsonage present Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon, a letter of apology was read from Mr Edwards the committee still get rid of him an advertisement to be placed for a new schoolmaster at 105 p/a this to included 15 as organist the job also includes a furnished house and coals

11/Sep/1866 held at the red house present were Mr Marshall , Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Rev Stokes, it was resolve that the joint salary of the mast 7 mistress be 110 P/A letter was received from Mr Edwards he was asked to stay in his position till Christmas testimonials were received from Mr and Mrs Arthur Woods they are to be interviewed as soon as possible,

21/Sep/1866 held at the parsonage present were Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon, Mr & Mrs Alfred Woods to start as master & mistress Christmas next

9/Oct/1866 Held at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon, Mr Woods accepts the post of master, at 95 p/a for the school & 15 for the playing of the organ, Mr Edwards to stay at Addyes school till Christmas, the furniture at the school to be auctioned by a Mr J Osburne Mr James Parish to supply the school With coal in the future,

7/Dec/1866 at the parsonage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon no business was transacted

1/April/1867 at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Vernon, the government report read out

20/May/1867 at the both schools Mr Scott visited the schools and distributed the clothing to the boys of the Addyes s school

7/Jul/1867 at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Vernon, the accounts were found correct

30/Sep/1867 only Mr page attended

2/Jan/1868 at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev G Vernon the accounts were examined the rules for the National school were read the same rule to apply to Addyes school, a letter was sent to Mr Scott with a copy of the rules

1/April/1868 ? present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev G Vernon, 5 to be paid to Mrs Woods for her exertions for the Welfare of the schools under her charge,

19/May/1868 at the parsonage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Stokes, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Rev Vernon, a letter from Mr Woods was read concerning his salary, The committee say that any income from the Addyes charity school Is entirely at their disposal

29/Jun/1868 at the parsonage Present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Vernon, a letter from Mrs Woods was read acknowledging the 5

28/Oct/1868 at the vicarage Present were Mr Adams, Mr King, Rev Vernon, a letter from Mr Woods was read acknowledging the proposed increase for himself and Mrs Woods, a letter from Mrs Scott was read, it was proposed that The school buildings be insured in the office as the church for the Sum of 500 Simon Sargent and Fanny Farmer are the monitors for 1869

5/April/1869 at the vicarage Present were Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Rev G Vernon, a letter was Read from Mr Woods asking for a pigsty to be built? A report from the school inspector was read and letter from Mrs Scott was read,

2/Aug/1869 at the vicarage Present were Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev W G Vernon, The pigsty and the papering of the school were considered after A visit to the school it was decide that the pigsty was to be built, A number of rooms to be papered at the masters house? The kitchen And the larder to be whitewashed the door to be painted and the Chimney and the grate to be repaired a Mr Bradbury is To build the pig sty, and do the whitewashing, a Mr Fenes to do The other work failing the matter to be put in the hands of A Mr Highway of Walsall, (a builder)

30/Aug/1869 at the infants school Present were Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, rev Vernon, The work at the school was considered,

11/Oct/1869 no one attended the meeting

20/Dec/1869 Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon, A discussion of pupil teachers being appointed a payment of 30 shillings For P/A was set,

14/Jan/1870 at the vicarage Present were Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev Vernon, and a letter from Mr Woods about the duties of the mistress on a Sunday was read, a reply was sent, Hanes? (Hanna) Itten? Is to be the monitor for 1870 Elizabeth Itten To replace her when she is absent

10/Jun./1870 no one attended the meeting

13/Jun/1870 Present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, rev Vernon, it was agreed that the Chairs in the schoolroom should be purchased and that the schoolroom Should be whitewashed during the holidays

3/Oct/1870 Present was Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, rev H J Clarke, Mr Clarke to Apply for the amount due from Mrs Scott as trustee for the Addyes Charity, repairs to the pigsty were to be done,

6/Jan/1871 not enough members for a quorum

9/Jan/1871 Present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Mr Stokes, Rev H J Clarke, the committee is to remind Mr Fowler that that he has not yet Got the amount due from Mr Scott, the committee taken into consideration a proposition made by Mr Woods to open a night school

3/April/1871 Present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Rev H J Clarke, prizes to be given for proficiency only the children whose Conduct in school & church is satisfactory, the prizes are to be 10/- , 7/6, 5/-, for the first class, 5/-, 3/9, 2/6, for the second class,

10/Jul/1871 no one attended the meeting

31/Jul/1971 present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Rev H J Clarke, shares to be purchased in the London & North Western Railway, the purchase to be made out of school funds, a letter from Cannon Lonsdale & W, S, Plant, to see if the committee would contribute an annual sum in support of diocesan the committee declined to do so,

16/Oct/1871 present were Mr W Page, Mr Geo Adams, Mr W Jenny, Rev H Clarke, a collection for the school was to be made on the 26th November,

15/Jan/1872 present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, Rev H J Clarke, Mr Clarke to write to Mr Fowler, asking him to if he will be kind enough to pay the amount due on the Addyes fund, the annual collection not having been made last year it was resolved that it take place in February next

5/April/1872 no one attended 15/April/1872 present were Mr Page, Mr Parish, Rev H J Clarke, the accounts were examined

14/Mat/1872 present were Mr Page, Mr Geo Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, Mr Clarke called to attention to the purpose to consider What steps the intention of giving prizes, Mr Woods pointed Out that there may be difficulties in the way of carrying out The resolution Mr Woods was instructed to give the prizes to the Amount of 4/10/0

29/Jul/1872 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Rev Clarke, Mr woods requested an increase in his salary, it was decided to increase it from 110 to 115/10 the senior monitor receive 2/0/0 p/a and the junior monitor to get 1/0/0 and that Elizabeth Allen to get 1/0/0 for her services

11/Nov/1872 at the vicarage present were Mr Page , Rev Clarke, an additional 1/0/0 to be paid to Elizabeth Allen for all her work in the past year,

17/Feb/1873 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr G Adams, Rev Clarke, the accounts were examined,

21/April/1873 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev H J Clarke, Mr Clarke to make an application for a government grant Mr Woods hands in notice

13/Oct/1873 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, Mr Woods in front of the committee was Mr Woods explaining why there was a possibility of him resigning the position to resign as the organist and master

8/Dec/1873 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, Mr Page, Rev Clarke, a letter from Mr Woods states that it is not his intention to resign as master

12/Jan/1874 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Rev H J Clarke, Mr Page, the account were read

13/April/1874 at the vicarage present were Mr Jenny, Mr Page, Rev Clarke, discussion about the government grant and Mr Woods salary,

20/April/1874 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Parish, rev Clarke, the government grant to be split into two equal parts & a third be added to the salary of the master & a sixth of the other to the salary of the mistress Mr Woods informed of the resolution

5/Oct/1874 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

25/Jan/1875 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read and it was voted that the of the balance 160/18/10 a 100 was to be invested in the stock of the London & North Western Railway

5/April/1875 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

9/Jul/1975 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Parish, Rev Clarke, it was resolved that Mr J. C. A. Scott, who in consequence of the death of his mother is now a trustee of the Addyes School Charity, to be elected a member of the committee

18/Oct/1875 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Geo Adams, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

24/Jan/1876 at the vicarage Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

5/May/1876 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Marshall, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

13/Nov/1876 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

26/March/1877 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the account were read because some boys were leaving before the end of 12 months the clothes be given at the end of the Addyes year in stead of the start

30/April/1877 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, a letter was received from Mr Scott in reply to Mr Clarke, it said that the boys should not wear their suits except during the time they were at school,

6/Aug/1877 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

12/Nov/1877 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Re Clarke, the accounts were read,

25/Feb/1878 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Page, Mr Adams, rev Clarke, the accounts were read

6/May/1878 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, Mr Woods the Master has asked for an increase in his salary, the committee agree that they are to get one sixth of the government grant, the children who pass the government inspectors examination should receive additional prizes namely a book the value should not exceed 2/6,

27/May/1878 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, at a meeting of the committee called for purpose of deciding what steps should be taken with a view to compliance with the requirement of the Walsall Union Rural Sanitary Authority, the letter was from John Garbett inspector of nuisance it was to mean that the cesspool in the conversion of the water closets Mr William Wistance

27/Aug/1878 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, MR Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, the repainting & colouring & cleaning & re staining the wood work Mr Wistance to undertake the work,

11/Nov/1878 at the vicarage Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, Mr Wistance bill to be paid, But not till they get a reminder bill,

11/Aug/1978 no one attended the meeting

16/Dec/1878 at the vicarage present were Mr Marshall, Mr Jenny, Rev Clark, no decision yet to be made on paying Mr Wistance bill

3/Feb/1879 not enough members were at the committee present Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the shares in the L.N.W.R to be sold in order to pay Mr Wistance bill,

5/????/1879 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

11/Aug/1879 not enough members to form a committee

10/Nov/1879 not enough members to form a committee

24/Nov/1879 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

23/Feb/1880 at the vicarage Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

5/May/1880 at the vicarage present were Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, The accounts were read, to secure regular attendance at the school any child without leave on any part of a day to refuse to re admit them when they make their next payment, without payment of a fine in each case,

16/Aug/1880 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

11/Nov/1880 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

21/Feb/1881 at the vicarage present were Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clark, the accounts were read,

2/May/1881 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read

15/Aug/1881 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Rev Clarke, Mr Woods (Master) intends to resign, one of the candidates for his job is a Mr J F Drew he used to be the master of St Mathias School Birmingham it was agreed that he is to take charge of the three schools assisted by a an ex pupil teacher, who would teach in the girls school & superintend the sewing in the infant school by the pupil teacher, and that his salary should be 130/10/0 together with a third of the government grant, an agreement was made with Mr Woods about the school house

14/Nov/1881 at the vicarage present were Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

6/Feb/1882 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

1/MAY/1882 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

7/Aug/1882 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

13/Nov/1882 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams , Rev Clarke, a replacement for Elizabeth Woodfield, when her time is up,

12/Feb/1883 at the vicarage present were Mr Adams, Mr Parish, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, Sarah Jenny & Jane Hughes should be prepared foe examination as pupil teachers,

2/May/1883 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke the account were read,

28/May/1883 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the master wrote to sat that it would be advisable to appoint a more efficient assistant mistress no steps were taken in the matter until after the government inspection,

13/Jun/1883 at the vicarage present were Mr Page , Mr Adams, Jenny, Rev Clarke, the chairman read the government inspectors report the discipline in a part of the school needed to be improved Mrs Walton who was the assistant mistress was to be given notice,,

24/Sep/1883 at the vicarage present were Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, Mrs Elizabeth Woodfield to be appointed as mistress on a trail period the salary would be 30 p/a the prospect of an increase depending on results

24/Dec/18843 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Rev Clarke, the account were inspected

30/April/1884 at the vicarage present were Mr Adams, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

25/Aug/1884 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, Mr & Mrs Thompson were appointed as master & mistress to succeed Mr Drew and Mrs Woodfield who have resigned it was arranged that their united salary should be 125 p/a together with a third of the government grant,

16/Feb/18845 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read

2/May/1885 held at Mr page's house Yew Tree Cottage Great Barr present were Mr Page, Mr Adams, Mr Jenny Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

17/Aug/1885 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, a shed that might contain the chairs belonging to the school should be erected in the girls school playground against the wall Mr Chas Hales to undertake the work,

15/Feb/1886 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

1/May/1886 at the vicarage present were Mr Jenny, Mr John Smith, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

15/Nov/1886 at the vicarage present were Mr Page, Mr Jenny, Mr John Smith, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

30/April/1887 at the vicarage present were Mr Jenny, Mr Johns Smith, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

1/May/1888 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

23/Aug/1888 at the vicarage Mr Yates, Mr Yates Jun, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

18/Feb/1889 at the vicarage present were Mr Day, Mr Richard Smith, Mr Yates jun, Mr Boonham, Rev clarke,

3/May/1889 at the vicarage present were Mr John Smith, Mr Yates jun, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

11/Nov/1889 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, school attendance was discusd

1/May/1890 at the vicarage present were Mr Boonham, Mr W, W, C, Garman, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

19/Nov/1890 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates jun, Mr John Smith, Mr Berry, Mr Boonham, rev Clarke, the accounts were read.

9/Feb/1891 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Scott, Mr John Smith, Mr Yates jun, Mr Boonham, Mr Clarke, a notice by the Staffordshire Church, Board, with reference to the appointment of an organising visitor schools it was decide not to accept the services of the organising visitor, the attendance at the school was giving concern it was decided to send the attendance officer to the school for not less than a month,

18/May/1891 at the vicarage present were Mr Richard Smith, Rev Clarke, no other committee member were there so no business took place,

24/Aug/1891 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Scott, Mr Yates jun, Mr Richard Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, a circular to the school boards managers was received, it was resolved that the managers accept the fee grant that the education department is empowered to pay,

8/Feb/1892 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates Jun, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, it was noted that a surprise visit was made to the school by Mr Coomes? On 22 Jul

23/May/1892 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates, Mr Yates jun, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

23/Nov/1892 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Smith Mr Yates, Mr Yates Jun, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the accounts were read,

25/Feb/1893 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates, Mr Yates Jun, Mr John Smith, Mr A, S Berry, Mr Thos Warburton, the accounts were read

8/May/1893 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Scott, Mr Yates, Mr John Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the account were read,

7/Aug/1893 at the vicarage present were Mr Yates, Mr John Smith, Mr Berry, Mr Yates Jun, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, a letter was received from the education department concerning the government grant the account were read, the vicar read a letter from the secretary of the education department in which it was pointed out that the sanitary improvement since the removal of the closets from their present situation and building them with certain modifications and due attention to effectual drainage at a greater distance from the school, it was intimated that the government grant had been allowed on the understanding that these improvements were made on a place approved by the department it was decide to consult Mr W Loaton, (architect) Walsall, to se if he can make a suitable plan and cost, of the undertaking,

6/Nov/1893 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Scott, Mr Yates, Mr John Smith, Mr Yates Jun, Mr Berry, Mr R Smith, Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, the architect a Mr Loaton showed the committee the plans for the work on the school premises the names mentioned were Mr A Lynex, Mr W Hopkins, Mr W Wistanse, for the execution of the work, the chairman is to write to the education committee to say that the work could not be carried out during the winter but ask for it to be postponed till march of next year,

20/Nov/1893 at the vicarage present were Lady Bateman Scott, Mr F H Yates, Mr R Smith, Mr F H Yates Jun, Mr A S Berry, Mr R Smith, Mr G R LEBB Mr Boonham, Rev Clarke, it was voted that the school subscriptions be raised for improving the school premises

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