Annual Report of the National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church
National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church (Great Britain)
Printed at the Free-School, Gower's Walk, Whitechapel, 1812
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Page 5 - That the National Religion should be made the Foundation of National Education, and should be the first and chief thing taught to the Poor, according to the excellent Liturgy and Catechism provided by our Church for that purpose, must be admitted by all friends to the establishment.
Page 28 - ... the children of each school do constantly attend divine service in their parish church, or other place of public worship under the establishment, wherever the same is practicable, on the Lord's Day, unless such reason for their non-attendance be assigned as shall be satisfactory to the persons having the direction of that school...
Page 84 - To each class are attached a teacher, and assistant teacher, who have the entire management and direction of such class : the teachers being selected from a superior, and the assistants from their own, or the class "immediately above them, and, in whatever class they have charge, reading a portion of the lesson in turn with the other children. " To each aisle is appointed a sub-usher, who sees that the teachers do their duty ; and over each school presides a head-usher, or monitor. " EMPLOYMENT....
Page 78 - Schools be instructed in this Liturgy and Catechism, and that, in conformity with the directions in that Liturgy, the Children of each School do constantly attend Divine Service in their parish Church, or other place of public worship under the Establishment, wherever the same is practicable, on the Lord's Day ; unless such reason for their non-attendance be assigned, as shall be satisfactory to the persons having the direction of that School...
Page 13 - ... been fully exemplified ; such as the happiness and cheerfulness of the children, the delight they find in their learning, and the interest they take in each other — productive, taken together, both of solid improvement and good dispositions.
Page 165 - That the society itself being instituted principally for educating the poor in the doctrine and discipline of the Established Church, according to the excellent liturgy and catechism provided for that purpose, it is required that all the children received into these schools be, without exception, instructed in this liturgy and catechism; and that, in conformity with the directions in that liturgy, the children of each school do constantly attend divine service in their parish church, or other place...
Page 86 - ... divine service, according to the rites of the united church of England and Ireland as by law established...
Page 7 - That the society should be styled — " the National Society for promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church, throughout England and Wales :" that the sole object of this society shall be, to instruct and educate the poor in suitable learning, works of industry, and the principles of the Christian religion, according to the Established Church...
Page 179 - SOCIETY, the sum of pounds, of lawful money of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, current in Great Britain, to be paid within months next after my decease, out of such...
Page 184 - Society will allow. That the foundation of this union between Diocesan and District Committees and Schools, with the parent Society, being understood to be a general conformity, on their part, with the principles on which the Society itself is constituted; Therefore, for the purpose of giving assurance of such conformity, the Plan of such Committees and Schools, shall be, in the first instance, transmitted to the Diocesan, or District Committee...