The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 31
Prospectus of the Girls' High School
Prospectus of the Girls' High School.
Lady Principal—Mrs. M. G. Burn.
|Higher English, Science, and Mathematics||Mr. R. Peattie, M.A.|
|English||Miss E. M. Huie.|
|English||Miss M. E. Smith.|
|English||Miss Mary McGregor.|
|French and German||Miss Huie.|
|Class Singing||Mr. G. M. Thomson.|
|Writing||Mr. J. Gow.|
|Drawing||Mr. D. Hutton, assisted by Miss Agnes Wright and Mr. A. Anderson.|
|Needlework||Mrs. W. W. Browne.|
Teachers of Extra Classes.
|Music||Mrs. T. White, Mrs. Wilmot, Miss Beli, Miss Browne, Mr. A. J. Towsey.|
|Singing||Mrs. T: White and Mr. Towsey.|
|Ornamental Work (Was and Paper Flowers Leatherwork, Fretwork, and Woodcarving)||Mrs. W. W. Browne.|
|Dancing and Calisthenics||Mr. Kelly.|
|Gymnastics and Calisthenics||Mr. W. B. Long.|
The object of this institution is to impart to girls a thoroughly useful and liberal education.
The ordinary course of instruction will comprise a thorough English education, viz.:—Reading, Grammar, Composition, Geography, History, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Science, Writing; also French, German, Class Singing, Drawing, and Needlework.
Competent Visiting Teachers are engaged for Music; Singing (private lessons), Dancing, Gymnastics, Dressmaking, and Ornamental Work.
Terms (Strictly Payable in Advance):
|Day pupils (ordinary, course), Senior Classes||£2||10||0||per quarter.|
|Day pupils (ordinary, course), Junior Classes||2||0||0||per quarter.|
|Day Boarders (extra)||3||0||0||per quarter.|
|Resident hoarders. (including washing, but exclusive of Day School Fee)||13||2||6||per quarter.|
|Weekly Boarders (without washing)||10||10||0||per quarter.|
|Stationery (including Slates, Pens, Ink, Blotting and Examination Paper||0||2||6||per quarter.|
|Piano—Mrs. T. White||4||4||0||per quarter.|
|Piano—Miss Bell||3||3||0||per quarter.|
|Piano—Mrs. Wilmot||2||2||0||per quarter.|
|Piano—Miss Browne||2||2||0||per quarter.|
|Piano—Mr. A. J. Towsey||4||4||0||per quarter.|
|Singing (private lessons)—Mrs. T. White, 2 half-hour lessons per week,||3||3||0||per quarter.|
|Singing (private lessons)—Mrs. T. White, Two hour lessons per week,||5||5||0||per quarter.|
|Piano—Mr. Towsey, two 40 minute lessons per week||4||4||0||per quarter.|
|Gymnastics, per pupil||0||15||0||per quarter.|
|Gymnastics, two of a family, per pupil||0||10||6||per quarter.|
|Ornamental Work, each branch||1||1||0||per quarter.|
1877.—Quarter Days: February 5th, April 23rd, July 23rd, October 8th.