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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


SAN'VT V[NCJENT, 'fTUESDAY, 26 JUNE, 1956.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 257.
APPOINTMENTS.

LAND SETTLEMENT ANT) DEVELOP-
MENT BOAUD.

WiLh reference to (joverinent NoLtice
No. 5 of 4th January, 1956, Mr. A. L.
SAMUEL, Principal Assistant Seci etary,
Ministry for Trade and Product ion. has
been appointed to serve on the Land
Settlement and Development Board fr
the period 5th June to 2ith October,
1956, vice Honoliahle Rl. E. BAYNE.S,
Minister for Trade diId Iroduction.
26th June, 1956.
(B. 33/1948).

No. 258.
BRAZILIAN CONSUL AT PORT-
OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD.

It is hereby notified for general intor-
mation that Sehhor PEDRO FERNANDO
MACHADO POLZIN has been appointed
as Brazilian Consul at Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, with jurisdiction including
Trinidad, Bahamna. Jamaica, Windward
Islands, Leeward [sl-nds. British Hon-
dntraq, R lihardos (,xrlni ling Bridgetown)
and British Guiana (excluding George-
town).
26th June, 1956.
(R. 1/1948).


No. 25w'.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS.

II;s l1onwir the Adlminiitrator has
Ie1,n plhas d to approve the confirm-
ation of Mr. J. JACKSON in the post of
Juni ir Aricnltur'dl Initruetor, Depart-
innt of AYr.i -ultuire, with effect from
1st \larchi 1i'55.
26(;th June, 195C'.
(p F. 06).

No. 2)0.
His Honour the Administrator has
bhen pleased to approve the confirma-
tion of Miss MILLICENT KEANE in the
nost of School Teacher and Assistant
Oilicer-in-chari e. F airliall Approved
School, with effe, t from 1st August,
1954.
26th June, 1956.
(D. 3/1951).





No. 2G1.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

The Honourable J. A. BAYNES, M*em-
ber of the L-gislative Council, has been
granted seven days leave of absence
with effect from 20th June 1956.
26th June, 1956.
(A. 31/1948.)


J,,?',7oZ 2&

S5 /A3TCr


GAZETTE


VOL. 89.]


[No. 36.














190 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 36).


No. 262.
VACATION LiAVE.

Mr. C. G. HUGGINS, L' >ur Com-
missioner, has been granttid four (4)
months' vacation leave wi:h effect
from 18th June, 1956.
26th June, 1956.
(P.F. 220).

No. 263.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Consequent on the grant of vacation
leave to Mr. C. G. HUGGINS, Labour
Commissioner, Mr. T. V. YOUNG, Pub-
lic Assistance and Probation Officer,
(Acting Labour Inspector), has been
appointed to act as Labour Commission-
er, with effect from 18th June, 1956,
and until further notice.
26th June, 1956.
(P.F. 545).

No. 264.
RESUMPTION OF DUTY.

With reference to Governin-nt Notice
No. 55 of 7th February, 1956, Mr. C S.
DACON, Assistant Master, St. Vincent
Grammar School, resumed duty on 20th1
June, 1956.
26th June, 1956.
(P,F. 590).

No. 265.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETrl-.

The Education Department Annual
Summary for the year 1955 is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
26th June, 1956.

No. 266.
Tenders for Supplies of Fresh Beof, With
and Without Bone to Government Insti-
tutions for the half year endizl 31st
December, 1956.

Sealed Tenders will be received at
the Office of the Fitamcial Secr 'etary,
until 2.00 p.m). on Satufrdiay, 7th July,,
1956, for the supply to (overinment for
the period 1st July to 31st Decemnber.
1956, of such quantities of tlie above-
mentioned articles :is may lhe 'daily or
otherwise required for the use of any"
Government Department.
,.-t.enders are to be addressed to the
'kFinancial Secretary, Treasury Chain-


bers, and distinctly marked on the
envelope "Tender for Supplies to Gov-
ernment Institutions, etc."
AjO .4 1--, 'I1. ';Ai *!,
By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOV I'TNMENT OFFICE,
26th \June, 1956.



DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICE.

The under-mentioned persons have
this day been registered as Midwives:-


Medical
District. Name. Residence.

Ill WiE KKES. Gomea
ALTRICE
IV CHARLES, Lownians
CYNTHIA (Windward)

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Medical Registrar.
19th Junne, 195G.
(M. 411950).


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOT'ICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Lpown.rd Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday the 3rd day of July, 1956,
commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to proecunto or give evidence, or sum-
moned as Jurrs or witnesses are conm-
n -anacl,-": t,, fivo tl( ir pi r-onal atten-
dance.
7th June, .19)G.

No t'Ici is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands ind Leeward Islands will be
held ;it the Conrt IHouse in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Suminlary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Tuesday the 3rd day
of July, 1956, commencing at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
7th June, 1956.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 36).


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
of the Supreme Court of the Windward C. E. A. RAWLE,
Islands and Leeward Islands will be Registrar, Supreme Court.
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday the 3rd KINGSTOWN,
day of July, 1956, commencing at 7th June, 1956.



TREASURY NOTICES.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance," Chapter 194, as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, tlie following properties which were sold for arrears of Taxes on 28th
April and 9th J inm, 1 )55, respect vely, will VEST absolutely in the purchasers'
names, unliqs the owners or any other person or persons having an interest in
the prop-rtih sold, pay into the Treasury the said PURCHASE PRICE PLUS-
TEN PERCENTUM thereof before the expiration of three (3) months from
the date of sale.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Ag. Accountant General.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
14th June, 1956.


Namo, of Owner
or Occupier.
Codringt on Florence
Browne Jonas
Cato Royal
Hector Evina
Jackson George


Situation of
Property.
Park Hill
Sandy Bayt
Hopewell
Kelly Pairk
Tlopewvell


Description of
Properly.
2 rds.
1 ac. 3)r. 3 p)l.
24 poles
1 House spot
1 D. House


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.


Notice is hereby
defaulters under the
been levied upon will


given that the undermentioned persons having become
Land and House Tax Ordinance, their properties having
be offered for sale at 1 o'clock on Saturday 14th July, 1956,


at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of rates due.


F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant Genera7


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
18th June, 1956.

Name of Owner
Browne, Randolph
Grant, Elton
Jacob, Nathaniel
Lewis, Rachael
Liverpool, Christina
Reid, Edward
Shephenson, D. John


Ferdinand, Massey
Providence, Clarence
Samuel, Remises
Samuel, Clarence


DIsTRIcT III.
Situation of Property
DeBois
Buccament
Vermont
Retreat
Vermont
Buccament Bay
Vermont

DISTRIcT V.
Rose Hall
Rose Hall
Rose Hall
Rose Hall


Description of Property


1 house
1 house
1 house
1 ac. 32
1 house
1 house
1 house


1 house
1 house
1 house
1 house


poles

spot
spot


Date


Among, t
Sold for
$ 2C.00
s.44
9.<()
3.50
5.00














192 SAINT VINOENT, TUESDAY, 26 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 36).


CUSTOM NOTICE.


The undermentioaed Goods will be sold at Public Auction on 4th July, 1956, under Sec. ,i,
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, unless they are duly cleared or re-warehoused.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Ag. Accountant General.

NEW WAREHOUSE-CUSTOMS


Date
Ware- Ship
boused


12.11.40 'Maissoneuve


Park
Lady Steadfast

iCommandant
i Milliaseau
Gloria B.

Canadian
Challenger
Cacique del
Caribe
Senator

Lady Steadfast
Sygna

Ionian Leader

West Indian
Daerwood
T-aj anus

Daerwood

-Lady Steadfast
Daerwood
LO dy Steadfast


Consignee



Corea & Co. Ltd.


J. H. Hazell, Sons &
Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell, Sons &
Co. I d.


Gorea & Co.

MGco. A. Forde

iJ. :. Hazell, Sons &
I C( Lid.
BiJ3 ank
oh;'n H1. Hazell, Son,
&8: Co.
S'.7*a-n H. Hazell, Son,
2 Co.
Ccrcae & Co.
7w. '-.'arner
Corea & Co.

Geo. A. Forde

E. A. Banfield
Geo. A. Forde
-. !. Banield


IQuantity &
Marks & Nos. Descrip- Declared Contents
tion


C.N.S.-B.B. 2 enly Anchors

N/M 1 Drum Cement

T.C.C.-D.L. 9194 1 Case Mining Eq-uipment


N/M 8 Cartons Shell Oil
N/M !13 Tins Shell Oil
A. C. De. Bique 10 Cartons Advertising Matter

E. -M'. David- 1 bdl. Galvanised Sheets
.inica
2; ; Co. 1 bdl. Galvanise Buckets

P. H. V. 2 Cartons Merchandise
s Marion Miller 1 Trunk iClothing

s R. P. 1 Carton Merchandise

'Kastluns--400 2 Bales B. Twills
!N/?,i 1 bdl. 'Brooms
R. F. Mlaiksman 2 Cases Candles & Candle Oil
1 pkg. do.
P. H. V. 1 Case Almanac
jR. P. 1 Case Almanac
Add. 1 Loose Tyre
N/M 3 only Coal Pots
'. H. V. 1 Carton Malt Liquor


NEW BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE


Convey-
ance


Consignee i Marks & Nos.


Pla"e Joh" H. IL.ell, S:ns
& Co.
Plane John H. Hazell, Sons
& Co.
Plane John H. Hazell, Sons
i & Co.
Plane John H. Hazell, Sons
& Co.
Plane John H. Hazell, Sons
I& Co.
Plane John H. Hazell, Sons
& Co.


J. II. Hazell

J. H. Hazell-T 287

Corea & Co. Ltd.
i T 1071
J. H. Hazell-T 1023

'St. Vincent Import
Agencies. T1103
Seiwyn B. Isaacs
Agencies. T 1110


Description of Goods



!1 '-g. Stationery

:1 pkg. Advertising
Material
1 pkg. Leaf Tobacco

1 pkg. Beer Samples

1 pkg. Xmas Orna-
ments
1 Carton Leaf
Tobacco


2. 6.54

2.11.54

5.11.54

24.12.54

29.12.54

31.12.54

6. 1.55
28. 1.55

2. 2.55

9. 3.55
26. 3.55
20. 4.55

14. 3.55

4. 5.55
17. 5.55
10. 5.55


Date
Received


27. 5.54

7.12.54

6. 3.55

30. 1.55

10. 5.55

17. 5.55


Date
Ware-
housed


5. 7.54

15.12.54

14. 3.55

7. 2.55

18. 5.55

28. 5.55


B.G.

B.G.

B.G.

IB.G.

B.G.

B.G.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 JUNE, 1956.-(No. 36). 193


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of ve-etable
seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of Acricul-
ture on week days between the hours of 9.C0 a.m. and 12.CG noon and from 1.00
p.m. to 3.00 p.m. at the following priqes:-


Beet ......
Pole Lima Bean
Pole Bean
Bush Bean
Cabbage
Cabbage
Cabbage
Carrot
Carrot
Cucumber
Egg-plant
Lettuce
Parsley
Radish
Turnip
Pumpkin
Tomato
Tomato
Tomato
Tomato



15th June, 1956.


Detroit Dark Red
King of the Garden
Kentucky Wonder
Bountiful
Early Jersey Wakefield
Succession
Flat Dutch
Oxheart
Chantenay
Early White Spine
Black Beauty
Imperial 44
Paramount
French Breakfast
Purple Top White Globe
Genuine Mammoth
Giant Ponderosa
Oxheart
Beefsteak
Stone


Per Oz.
$ .24
.08
.08
.08
.57
.48
.48
.28
.28
.58
1.30
.47
.28
.20
.21
.31
1.07
1.34
1.93
......65


J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SMALL DEBTS COURT.
SECOND (COLONARIE) DISTRICT.


Between
Trustees of the Park Hill
Agricultural Credit Society,


and
Beryl Theobalds of Park
Hill


Plaintifg,


Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday the 14th day of July, 19.56
between the hours of 12 noon and


3 p.m. t the Police Station, Georgetown,
thi-re, will be put for sale the under-
m *itioned chattel, to wit, one house
belonging to the above-named defend-
lint, levied on by virtue of a Warrant to
levy on goods and chattels issued in the
above surt :-
1 board house, approximately 1 18
feet x 12 feet covered with galva-
nized iron.

ROBERT O'GARRO,-Sergt.,
Process Server.
Police Station,
Georgetown,
23rd June, 1956.


Per Pkt.
.06



.15
.12
.12
.08
.08
.15
.34
.12
.07
.06
.06
.09
.27
.34
.48
.16


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1955


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TABLE I.
Numbers and Descriptions of Schools (a) and Enrolement by Educational level (b) at 31st December, 1955.

PRI MARY SECONDARY TEACHER TRAINING

Schools Enrolement Schools Enrolement Centres Enrelement

Male F.emale Total Male Female Total Male Female Total


Is ... 21 4,315 4,305 8,620 2 246 243 489 3 81 82 163
-,----- ----------------- ---------------- ------------ ----------- ---- _ ----- .





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TABLE II.

TEACHES AND TEACHER TRAINING

A. Teachers (a) in Schools and Colleges classified by Qualifications (b) at 31st December, 1955.











TABLE III.

General Education. Enrolment by Level of Education and Age at 31st December, 1955.
A. Primary Education.


Numbers enrolled in
the following
age groups : (b)

Under 6 ...

6 and under 7

7 ,, ,, 8

8.,, ,, 9

9 ,, ,, 10

10 ,, ,, 11

11 ,, ,, 12

12 ,, ,, 13

Over 13 ...

Total


INFANTS
(Stages 1, 2 & 3)
1 2
(Stage 1) (Stages 2 & 3)
M. F. M. F.


750

1,234

104

170

71

31

24

5

3

2,392


739

1,181

235

129

34

22

9

3

1

2,353


31

697

421

362

256

145

99

35

34

2,080


. 31

645

417

317

191

73

65

24

10

1,773


JUNIORS
Std. I, Std. II & Std.
3 4
(Std. 1) (Std. 2)
M. F. M. F.


3

98

191

249

208

161

119

69

49

1,147


2 -

96 4

201 10

244 15

210 20

126 9

90 5

49 14

27 10

11,045 91


1

'9

8

7

6

8

6

4

9


'62

130

133

254

161

6'9

166

52'

1,02T


I SENIORS
III (Stds. IV-VI with Post I'rimary Classes)
5 6 7 8
(Std. 3) .(td. 4 (Std. 5) (Std. 6)
*M. F. M. F. M. F. M. F.


1

27

72

121

167

156

131

137

812


4

24

88

157

157

166

12-3

73

792


23

51

76

132

124

166

572


6

35

85

10W7

140

139

125

'637


2

19

39

74

104

129

367


5

17

43

93

128

1 33

419


4 4

8 10

27 42

57 63

205 140)

301 25.)


- S - - 5 6 - S - -


Total.


M. F.
I


784

2.071

852

1,036

937

723

689

671

' 827

8,590,


772

1,988

1,013

951

952

699

674

695

561

8,305


*





















YEAR 1955 1 -2


P R-Secondary Education
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL

3 4


6 7 TOTALS


FO!.M


N',,ubers enroll, d it, lbh fol-
lowing age gr(up.s ()

Under 11

11 and under 12

12 ,, ,,

13 ,, ,, 14

14 ,, ,, 15

15 ., 16

16 ,, ,, '17

17 ,, 18

18 ,, 19

Ov-r' 19

TOTALS ,


2\ & 2B A & 3B 4L & 4S







2

24 4

29 18

5 16

1 8 2



1 46





61 46 4


6

0

0

6





2


L5 & LC UC & U5


5

7

18

7


37


-








1
16


20

4

41


L VI


1

1

3

2


VI


4
4


7


9 I 243 '


YEAR 1955


.



















YEAR 1955

FORM


Numbers enrolled
in the following
age groups: (b)

Under 11

11 and under 12 ...

12 ,, ,, 13...

13 ,. 14 ...!

14 ,, 15 ...

15 ,, ,, 16 ...

16 17-.:.

17 18 ...



Over 19

Totals


B-Secondary Education

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
2 3


1

12

35-
31
3]


1 -

8

12 2

12 7

21 10(

1 25

13


- 57
55 57


TOTAL



























246


1

3

3

9

12.

28


f













TABLE V
Expenditure on Education during the year Ending 34st December, 1955.
A. ALLOCATION oF EXPENDITURE.
RECURRi ENT
Non-

Primary Secondary Teacher Technical Other Adminintra- Recurrent TOTAL
and tivef non- Toti1 (Total)
Education Education Training Vocational Education allotaeted) T


By Education Dept. (excluding $ $ $ '$ $ $ $ $ $
grants to local authorities) ... 263.193 52,752 11,073 14,848 15,600 3S7,475 5,159 362,634


By local Authorities ... 793 79 ,- 793


By others e.g.

Medical Department ... 2,355 2,355. 165 2,520

Public Works Department ... 1,200 4,799 5,999 29,530 35,529

Establishment Department ... 1,332 1,332 1,332

Religions Denominations ... 4,081 4,081
________________** _______ *____ ________________ _____________ _^*


In 1955 this Colony's contribution to the University College, of the West Indies was ~64,455.

















Expenditure on Education


B. SOURCE OF EXPENDITURE.

(1) By Education Department:
From territorial revenue

From United Kingdom
Funds (C.D. & W.)

From other soarces

Total ...


TABLE V.

during the year ending 31st December, 1955.-(Contd).


... $ 359,787


... 2,847



... $ 362.084


(2) By Local Authorities:
From Local Authorities revenue ...

From grants by Central Gov-
ernment ... ..

From other sources ......

Total ......


$ 798.00






$ 793.00
-- -


By Medical Department

By Public Works Department

By EstabliAhment ,,

By Religious Denominations


Total ...


From territorial
revenue

$
... -2,355

5,999

... 1,332




9,686


From United
Kingdom Funds


$
165

29,530






29,695


From other
sources


$






4,081


4,081
4,081

















COMMENTS ON STATISTICAL TABLES.


TABLE I.
(a) There is no estimate available of the total school age population for the
year 1955 in age groups.
(b) There is one school for girls only at post-primary level-namely, the Girls'
High School (Government).
(c) There were no new secondary schools opened during 1955.
(d) There are in the Colony several private, i.e. unaided, primary schools, but
the Department of Education has no control over these and the number is
not known.
(e) The Teacher Training Centres referred to in Table I. are buildings rented
by the Department to which Pupil Teachers go for instruction in Secondary
School subjects leading to the Cambridge Overseas School Certifisate Exam-
ination, and in Teaching Methods. There are no fees.
(f) The Assisted Schools (22) referred to in Table I. are all Denominational
Schools. The chief Denominations being-Anglican and Methodis-, there
are 2 Roman Catholic Schools.

TABLE II.

(a) & (b) There are no Teacher Training Colleges in the Colony.
(c) The pupil/teacher ratio is as follows:-
Headteachers ...... 25
Certificated Assistant Teacher ...... 50
Probationary ,, ...... 40
Student Teacher ...... 25 *
Pupil Teacher (Grades 1, 2, and 3) ...... 25.
No distinction is made between "Trained" or "Untrained" teachers. In this
report "tr'tte""., in connection with Primary Schools, means a teacher who
has attended a Training, College in the Caribbean Area, or abroad. Locally
certificated teachers are not considered to be "trained". "
(d) Students receiving Higher Education and Teacher Training abroad who'are
expected to enter the teaching profession were, in 1.955, as follows:-
Higher Education Teacher Training
abroad abroad
United Kingdom ...... 1
Jamaica-U.C.W.I. ...... 2
Erdiston College (Barbados) ...... 6

TABLE III.

(a) 1955. Numbers sitting for and passing External Examinations.
Camb. School Cert. H.S.C. R.S.A.
Number sat ...... 85 18 79
passed ...... 50 13 25


TABLE V.

(a) In respect of the year 1955 the total recurrent expenditure of the Education
Department was 14.9% of the total central public expenditure of a recurrent.
nature.
















DIAGRAM OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.
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Civil Seryi
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SECONDARY EDUCATION


.11-19 years.

Sc? ools-Fee paying

Grammar School (Boys)

(Govt.)


Girlk' High School

Intermediate School

Emmanuel Institute


(Co-Ed. Assisted)

(Co-Ed. Unaided)


Secondar
Schools
* A





/


/


PRIMARY EDUCATION

Government Schools 21

Assisted 22

5-15 years

Co-educational

Bree ; *


Universities
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.A,- A




One Biennial Island
Scholarship
A




H.S.C. and School
Cert. Exams.
A A A




/


Teacher
y Evening Trainin,
Classes Course
A A


Primary
School
ce Exams. Leaving Exams.
A


Scholarship
Exams.
A



Senior Division. 10-12 + years
Standards 4, 5 & 6


Junior Division 7-9 years.
Standards 1, 2 & 3.,


Infant Division 5-6 years
Stages 1, 2 & 3


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COMMENTS ON DIAGRAM OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.


A. There are three avenues by means of which a Primary School' child can
achieve a secondary education.
(1) By passing the Entrance Examination to one of the secondary schools,
or by obtaining a scholarship. J
(2) By attending thWe Evening Classes organized by the Department of
Education. These students pay a small fee of one dollar per subject
per term. The tutors are paid by the Department.
(3) By becoming a Pupil Teacher and attending the Teachers' Training
Lourse. The Course, except for the purchase of the necessary text
books at the School Certificate level, is free.

B. Evening Classes are also given in practical subjects such as Cooking and
Needlework.

C. i Vocational training in Handwork (Strawwork) is'given by the Depart-
ment in eight centres. Tuition is free.
There are also twelve Women's Clubs organised and run by the Depart-
ment whose activities are mainly cultural.

Nomenclature used to indicate qualifications of Teachers.
Headteacher
Certified Assistant Teacher -College trained or Locally Certificated.
Probationary ,, ,, -One who has passed Part I, or the academic
part, of the local Certificate Examination
(School Certificate or Equivalent), and is about
to sit Part II, or the Professional part, of the
Examination.
Student Teacher -One who is preparing for the local Examina-
tion.
Pupil Teacher -Those at a lower stage of preparation than the
Student Teacher.




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