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EDUCATION.
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Castlegate School for Girls, Cockermouth.
Principal: Miss TODD
Thoroughly Sound Education by Highly Certificated Teachers.
Preparatory School for Boys.
Large and convenient premises.
Preparation for examinations is included in the ordinary school course.
Successes in July, 1903.
Association Board of R.A.M. and R.C.M. Local School Examinations.
Higher Division: one pass
Lower Division: one distinction; one pass.
Preliminary: one distinction; one pass.
Oxford University Examination for Women; one, Section A, French Language and
Literature.
Autumn Term begins Wednesday, September 16th.
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Thomlinson Girls' Grammar School, Wigton.
Day and Boarding School for Girls.
Moderate and inclusive fees
Pupils arriving by early trains may obtain breakfast at the School.
D.H. HEWETSON, Clerk to the Governors.
Michaelmas Term, Tuesday, September 15th.
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High School for Girls
And Kindergarten for Little Ones,
Portland Square, Workington.
Principals: MISSES WILSON
Staff et Seven fully qualified Mistresses.
Large Schoolrooms and Classrooms; gymnasium, Playground and Field for games.
Boys are received and prepared for Public Schools.
Preparation for London Matriculation and other Exams.
Evening Conversational French Classes or Private Lessons by a Parisian.
Arrangements have been made by which girls may board and attend School.
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Violin Tuition.
MR FRED FURNACE
Professor of the violin
Has vacancies for Elementary and Advanced pupils.
Terms on application
38, Elizabeth Street, Workington.
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Glenholm, Whitehaven.
Boarding and Day School for Girls, with Preparatory Classes for Boys and
Girls.
Principal: MISS BLACKMOORE.
Assisted by a fully qualified staff, including resident Music (Medallist
R.A.M. and pupil of Scharwenka), Art (Art Teachers, Certificate, South
Kensington), and French (Teachers' Certificate) Mistresses.
Preparation for Examinations is included in the ordinary school course.
The school is in an open situation, surrounded by its grounds (including
Tennis Court, and Hockey Field) and by meadows.
Every attention is paid to the diet and physical welfare of the pupils.
Moderate inclusive fees.
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The Nelson School, Wigton.
Headmaster - Rev W.E. HUMPHREYS, M.A.
Late Scholar and Prizeman Jesus College, Oxford. Honours in Mathematics and
Science.
Second Master - C.S. JEFFREY, M.A., Foundation Scholar, University College,
Durham, Classical Honours.
Science Master - T.H.J. ELING, B.A., Oxford, Honours in Natural Science.
Art Master - R.W. NOTT, Art Master's Certificate.

An Endowed Grammar School, offering a Sound and Liberal Public School
Education, at moderate inclusive fees.
Valuable Scholarships and Exhibitions.
Boarders received in Headmaster's House.
Terms moderate.
Thorough Preparation for all Examinations for Professional or Commercial
Career. Well stocked Library. Extensive playing fields with well laid cricket
pitch, etc.
Special arrangement for use of newly-erected Swimming Baths, close to School.
Special attention to Physical Drill.
The possession of Large and well equipped Science Laboratories, with an
exceptionally Strong Staff of Masters, has enabled the Governors to establish a
School of Science
in connection with the Nelson School.
Among the Successes gained are included Two Places in First Division of
London University Matriculation Examination, and the Highest Honours in the
Cambridge Locals. Several other Successes, of which a list will be forwarded on
application.
The Next Term begins September 21st.
For Illustrated Prospectus and further particulars apply to the Head Master;
or to Mr H.A. DUDDING, Wigton, Secretary to the Governors.
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Keswick School
A Public School Education for Boys and Girls, recognised by the Board of
Education.
Headmaster: Rev. CECIL GRANT, M.A., (late Scholar at Wadham College,
Oxford).
The numbers are now over *** [I think this may be 100]

Greta Hall
famous as the home of Southey and Coleridge [I think!] has now been obtained
as the Boarding House for Girls. The grounds are immediately adjoining those
of the School House, and the House has an exceedingly situation on a height.

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Carol