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The glasgow infant school magazine

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First series. [D Caughie]. PREFACE. The Editor acknowledges with gratitude the rapid and increasing demand for the “Glasgow Infant School Magazine,” and accepts the call for a New Edition, as a public t.

Glasgow Infant School Society Annual Reportp. This was circulated widely throughout Scotland. Rusk, writing inbelieved that the Circular and/or Prospectus was lost, but Jessop in ‘Education in Angus’ states that a copy was found in the Correspondence Book of the Brechin Infant School Society.

The Glasgow Infant School was opened by the Glasgow Infant School Society in as a model infant school. Initially, it was in the Drygate, Glasgow but removed to Saltmarket around The school was a charitable foundation, and visitors were encouraged to view the children at lessons and to donate funds for the upkeep of the school.

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Upper-intermediate (B2) FCE. January / February November / December September / October April / May January / February November / December September / October April / May In we started a magazine for former pupils and friends of The Glasgow Academy and Westbourne School.

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The Glasgow infant school magazine. Containing a selection of lessons generally used in infant schools: moral and religious stories, &c., &c. It was founded by David Stow, a leading figure in the Glasgow Educational Association in the early 19th century.

He held a strong belief that the education of children was the key to transforming and improving society and had previously set up an infant school in the Drygate area.Wooed by Glasgow Academy (itself suffering from declining rolls and an identity crisis), the governors of Westbourne agreed to a merger.

The result was one highly successful co-educational school.Class sizes in the s and early s were large, often over 30 children to a class, as these were the ‘baby boomers’, children born after the Second World War.

There were no classroom assistants, just the class teacher and so discipline was strict.