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Enrol now for your Degree. Equal satisfaction awaits you.

The full name and address of any of the following will be sent on application or the originals may be seen at the Normal office. These are but a few of the many to hand.

INTERMEDIATE ARTS (Honours English) FINAL B.A.

Dear Sirs,

I have much pleasure in telling you that, thanks to the Normal I am through the London Intermediate Arts, with Honours in English.

I am at present spending my holiday in London, but I will, all being well, write to you later when I return home, to arrange about the Final, in which I should, if you think fit, like to take English Honours with History as the Subsidiary subject.

Once again thanking you very much for your excellent tuition in this my third success with you: (1) Government Teachers' Certificate, (2) L.L.A. 1st Class Honours in English in 1923, and now in the Inter. B.A. I am, Yours gratefully,

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UNIVERSITY TEACHING DIPLOMA

Dear Sir, A few months ago I registered with you for some lessons on the Principles of Education. You will be pleased to hear that I have passed the Cambridge University Diploma Examination with Distinction in the Principles of Education-being one of seven out of 127 candidates to do so. I also obtained endorsement as a specialist in History and was one of three candidates to obtain both Specialist Endorsement and Distinction. I should like to pay tribute to the excellent notes that I received. Again thanking you for your valuable assistance.

NORMAL

Yours faithfully,

Dear Sirs, I have now taken my B.A. Examination in Geography and Education and shall write you later regarding the result. I desire to say how pleased I was with the tuition given me. Both courses met with my entire approval and both tutors gave me valuable help in every department of my work. I am certain no trouble was spared to make me an efficient candidate. The notes supplied, the expert guidance and the criticisms were all of the best, and gave me perfect confidence in my work. Please inform the tutors of my high appreciation of their work, which is worthy of the traditions of your College. I may say that you have piloted me through the 2nd and Final B.A. courses and the A.C.P. Examination. Thanking you for all past services. Yours sincerely,

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You will be pleased to hear of my recent success in the B.A. Examination.

I have gained First Class (Honours) in Education, the only one given to external candidates in South Africa this year. This is a much coveted distinction here, for very few First Classes in Education have been given either to internal or external students.

I am sure that my success was due to the splendid and systematic help from your tutors. The whole course was planned with care and skill. I have now been successful as a student of your College in the A.C.P. and B.A. Examinations. Thanking you for your expert guidance.

CORRESPONDENCE

Yours faithfully,

COLLEGE,

Normal House, Lordship Lane, East Dulwich ; and Lyddon House, Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, London, S.E.22

MARCH 14. THE HORNIMAN MUSEUM, FOREST HILL, S.E., at 3.30.-Dr. R. L. Sherlock: Man as a Geological Agent.

MARCH 16. UNIVERSITY College, GoWER STREET, W.C. 1, at 5.30.-Prof. A. E. Richardson: Some Famous London Bridges (2). Also on March 23. MARCH 17.

UNIVERSITY College, GowER STREET, W.C. 1, at 5.30.-Mr. C. D. Forde: The Megalithic Monuments of Brittany.

KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Prof. P. Dearmer: S. Sofia and the Churches of Constantinople (Byzantine Art) (9).

KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Sir Bernard Pares: Contemporary Russia from 1861-New Economic Policy (9).

KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30. Mr. H. W. Clothier: Electrical Switchgear (3).

CENTRAL LIBRARY, HOLLOWAY ROAD, ISLINGTON, at 7.30.-Celebration of Joan of Arc Arranged by Dr. F. H. Hayward.

MARCH 18.

KING'S COLLEGE, Strand, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Prof. J. D. Wilson: Education and
Industrial Development.
MARCH 19.
KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Mr. A. R. Pastor: Quietism
(Spanish Saints and Heretics) (4).

KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Prince D. Svyatopolk Mirsky:
The Great Revival of Poetry (Russian Literature) (9).
CENTRAL LIBRARY, FULHAM, S.W. 6, at 8.-Mr. J. V. Lyle: The Public
Record Office and its Contents.

MARCH 20.

THE EUGENICS EDUCATION SOCIETY, ROYAL SOCIETY, BURLINGTON HOUSE, PICCADILLY, at 5.-Dr. J. Brownlee: The Present Tendencies of Population in Great Britain in Respect of Quantity and Quality.

MARCH 21.

THE HORNIMAN MUSEUM, FOREST HILL, S.E., at 3.30.-Mr. S. H. Warren :
Who Were the First Men?
MARCH 24.

KING'S COLLEGE, STRAND, W.C. 2, at 5.30.-Prof. P. Dearmer: The Characteristics of Byzantine Art (10).

MARCH 26.

CENTRAL LIBRARY, FULHAM, S.W. 6, at 8.-Prof. A. M. Low: The Future in Aviation, Motor Transport, and Wireless.

MARCH 28.

THE HORNIMAN MUSEUM, FOREST HILL, S.E., at 3.30.-Mr. H. N. Milligan:
Living Animals of the Seashore.
MARCH 29.
SHORNELLS, BOSTALL HEATH, PLUMSTEAD, at 7. Celebration of Isaiah:
Arranged by Dr. F. H. Hayward.

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LECTURE-DEMONSTRATIONS
OF EURHYTHMICS,

Assisted by Students from the London School of Dalcroze-
Eurhythmics, in Great Britain, as follows:
Manchester: Houldsworth Hall, Friday, March 13th, 7.30 p.m.
Liverpool: St. George's Concert Hall, Saturday, March 14th,
2.30 p.m.

Edinburgh: The Music Hall, Monday, March 16th, 5 p.m. Glasgow: The Circus, Sauchiehall Street, Tuesday, March 17th, 7.30 p.m.

St. Andrews: St. Leonards School, Wednesday, March 18th, 4.45 p.m.

London: Either the Princes or Lyceum Theatre, Saturday, March 28th, 11 a.m.

Details on application to THE DALCROZE SCHOOL OF EURHYTHMICS, 23 Store Street, London, W.C. 1.

GEO. M. HAMMER & CO., LTD.

CROWN WORKS, ST. JAMES' ROAD,
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Manufacturers of

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FITTINGS FOR ALL

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THE E.N.A. SCHOOL OF NEEDLECRAFT

CORRESPONDENCE

PRINCIPAL: ELIZABETH GLASIER FOSTER.

DIPLOMA COURSE:

Teachers' 20-Lesson Course in Edu-Craft Needlework More than 2,000 Teachers who have taken the Correspondence Course of the E.N.A. School have written in glowing terms of the instruction received. The Scheme has won recognition-for its intrinsic educational value-by schools and education authorities in every part of Great Britain.

For purposes of Examination the E.N.A. School has the cooperation of a committee of representative educationists. Hon. Pres.: Lady Yoxall

DIPLOMA COURSE TERM COMMENCING Students enrolling for the Diploma (Full) Course up to March 15th reserve ample time to complete their lessons for August-September Examination, 1925 (Corresp.).

CERTIFICATE COURSE:

New "Shorter Course" in Edu-Craft

A short "introductory" Course in the beautiful Edu-Craft Stitchery has long been desired by teachers wishing to incorporate the new methods in their school work. The Certificate Course provides the means at a very limited outlay.

The Inclusive Fee for this Popular 12-Lesson Course is only 45/

Can be paid 17/- on enrolment and 2 further payments Twelve practical articles are made during the Certificate Course. The cost of all materials, &c., required is covered in the fee specified. Finished specimens (value 25s.) belong to the Student. All lesson specimens are "begun." Needle and thread demonstrate the exact method of working, both in Construction and Stitchery. A beautiful plaque of pattern stitchery, borders, and motifs, as in the Diploma Course, is completed during the lessons.

SEND THIS COUPON OR A POST CARD FOR FREE

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OFFICIAL HOLIDAY COURSES FOR TEACHERS.-The Board of Education has arranged numerous short instruction courses for lecturers in training colleges (Form 105aU), for teachers in technical and evening schools (Form 105eU), and for teachers in secondary schools (Form 105U). For training college lecturers there are courses in hygiene in relation to education and biology at Oxford on July 11-25, and in phonetics at University College, London, on July 24-August 7. Applications are obtainable through the principal of the training college, and must be For returned to the Board of Education before March 14. teachers in technical and evening schools, there are courses in engineering science and in electrical engineering (both partly at Oxford and partly at Birmingham, July 13-29), mining engineering (Birmingham, July 8-18), building and surveying subjects (four centres in London, July 20-August 1), textile subjects (London, July 18-August 1), commercial subjects (Cambridge, July 13-25), methods of teaching needlework (London, July 30-August 12), cookery (Harrogate, July 31August 13). Teachers working under the local education authority must make application to attend courses through the authority; others must apply to the Board before March 21. For secondary school teachers there are several courses at Oxford and Cambridge, and single courses at Eastbourne, Kew, London, and Rugby, in which most of the subjects of the school curriculum are covered. Applications must be submitted to the Board before March 12. At all these instructional courses, instruction is free, and certain maintenance and travelling grants are made.

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Principals wishing to have their
schools included in the next issue
should apply for terms, proof of
value, etc., to

J. & J. PATON,

EDUCATIONAL
AGENTS,

143 CANNON STREET, LONDON, E.C. 4.

Telephone: Central 5053.

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