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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

IV. School Registers

IV. School Registers.

Explanations.

I. Annual Returns.

The number of children on the books is intended to include all children whose names have been on the books at any period during the year.

The number of children learning . . . is to include all who have been learning . . during the year.

II. Quarterly Returns.

The number of children on the books is intended to include all children whose names have been on the books at any time during the quarter.

The present ordinary attendance is to be estimated from the number in average daily attendance during the month in which the return is made,

III; Admission and Withdrawal.

If any child has been absent from school during the whole week inquiry should be made of the parents; and if they express their intention to discontinue the child's attendance, the child should be considered as withdrawn.

No name, under any circumstances, of a child who has not been in actual attendance during a period of three months, is to be retained on the register.

After such an interval of three months, or after a formal withdrawal, a child must be entered afresh if he should return to the school.