The children are listed alphabetically by surname. The main register gives the name of the children, dates of admission, sexes, names of parents or guardians, their addresses, the last school attended, quarterly attendance, and the date of leaving the school. There is a final column for remarks which can include information about where a child went next or the nature of the disability. If a child was a ward of state or living in a children's home, the register makes a note of that.
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13 May 2022
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