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TIMES 1900 onwards
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2009, 16:15:44 »
CLASSIFIED ADS

19 MAR 1910 (Shortened by PM)
KENT EDUCATION COMMITTEE    HIGHER ELEMENTARY  SCHOOLS,  SHEERNESS & LOCAL CLASSES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION.
Applications are invited for the POST of HEAD MASTER of the Higher Elementary School which is to be opened shortly at Sheerness, and of DIRECTOR of the classes of Further Education in Sheerness and neighbouring districts.
Salary of the Head Master will be ?250 pa rising by annual increments of ?5 to ?300 with an additional ?25 in respect of his work as a Director of Further Education.  The curriculum of the school will be drawn up to
 meet the needs of HM Dockyards for Apprentices & Boy Artificers. Applications etc.............

15 DEC 1909
Kent  County Council are asking for tenders for a new school at Minster in Sheppey. Closing date 23 December

 

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