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FLORICE, Pension l’Aurore

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LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND.

In elevated and sunny position, with fine view on the lake. Comfortable and quiet family home, Exceptional terms for residential stay; excellent cooking; pensiou from 8 frs. per day.--Mlle. F. ZIMMERMANN.

BURLINGTON CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE Principal : MR. J. CHARLESTON, B.A.

(Honours Oxon. and Lond.) Expert tuition for :

MATRICULATION,
INTERMEDIATE ARTS and B.A.
INTERMEDIATE SCIENCE and B.Sc..

(Theoretical Subjects only.) L.L.A. (ST. ANDREWS). Address : 14 Elsham Road, Kensington, W. 14

CENTRAL SCHOOL OF

SPEECH TRAINING AND DRAMATIC ART

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THE TEMPLE LITERARY AGENCY,

(Mr. J. C. ALLEN) 38 TEMPLE CHAMBERS, VICTORIA EMBANKMENT,

LONDON, E.C.4 MSS. placed with publishers. Educational and Scientific Works

a speciality.

ROYAL ALBERT HALL, S.W. 7. Recognized as an approved course under the Diploma

in Dramatic Art, University of London. President: W. L. COURTENAY

Principal: ELSIE . FOGERTY COURSES OF DRAMATIC AND TECHNICAL TRAINING

VOICE TRAINING PHONETICS
RECITATION

DICTION
PUBLIC SPEAKING

CURE OF SPEECH DEFECTS Complete course of Training for the Stage. Complete

course for teachess of Diction and Speech. The Teacher's Course is accepted as satisfying the conditions in respect of training by the Teachers

Registration Council. SPECIAL TEACHERS AVAILABLE FOR EVENING, DRAMATIC AND RECITA

TION CLASSES. EVENING COURSES FOR TEACHERS

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received by University Prof. RICHARD. Good home.—36 Rue Borghese-Neuilly, Bois de Boulogne.

ISS DYMPHNA SMITH'S

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT, 231 EBURY STREET, S.W. 1.--Principals needing good ASSISTANT MISTRESSES, now or in the future, should apply THE REGISTRAR, as above. Private Governesses also supplied. Miss Dymphna Smith interviews applicants personally, 11 to 1, or by appointment. Stamped envelope.

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Teachers Qualified for Resident English Posts

In Boys' or Girls' Higher and Secondary Schools Resident Teachers of English, including : the History and Appreciation of Dramatic Literature and of Poetry : Verse Speaking, Diction, Phonetics, and Voice Production. With a wide range of Secondary

subjects. These Teachers are trained to undertake the supervision of all School Dramatic Activities and the correction of Physical and Accentual Speech Defects

throughout the School. They have had practical experience of Teaching Visiting Mistresses in all the principal Educational

Centres throughout England and Scotland.

Autumn Term began October 1, 1924.

First Diploma Examination, July, 1925. Address--THE REGISTRAR.

of the leading Cours des Vacances on the Continent : “Il est regrettable que le cours du cliange ne nous ait pas permis de faire une plus large publicité dans votre Journal. Nous avons été heureux, cependant, de recueillir les adhésions d'une centaine d'étudiants environ. Votre publicité y a certainement contribué et nous aurons à nouveau recours à vos bons offices, l'an prochain."

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ments. The old favourites: “A Plot for a Pardon,"

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" The

Absent Professor, Georges," " The Gifts of the Fairies," &c. No fee

. 3d. cach, extra. Vol.

, 28.,
171 Camden Road, N.W. .

FOR School and Adult Entertain

Before Nine, Aunt Tabitha's Will " * The Five THE ASSOCIATED BOARD complete, paper cover postage 4d.-From The R.A.M. and The R.C.M.

Headquarters : ROYAL ALBERT HALL

OF

FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC.

President: ELSIE FOGERTY.

SCHOLARSHIPS- continued

WREKIN COLLEGE,

WELLINGTON, SALOP

Hon. Secretary :
Miss MARGARET CHICK,

30 Park Hill, Ealing, W.5. Trained teachers, resident or visiting, sent to any part of Great Britain or to the

Colonies.

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Chairman : THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD GISBOROUGH. SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS. N Examination will be held on

March 10, 11, 12, 1925, when six Entrance Scholarships are offered for competition, value from 40 to 100 guincas, also six Exhibitions, value 30 Guineas. Particulars may be obtained from the HEADMASTER.

Leaving Exhibitions ranging in value from £65 to {30 per annum, tenable at any University or other place of higher education approved by the Governors, are awarded at the end of the Summer Term. For particulars apply to the HEADMASTER, Wrekin College.

Patron : His Majesty the King. President: H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, K.G. LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATIONS (Syllabus A).

Written Examinations held in March and November at all Centres. Practical Examinations in MarchApril and November-December at all Centres. Entries for the March-April Examinations close Wednesday, February 11, 1925.

“ SCHOOL" EXAMINATIONS (Syllabus B).

Held throughout the British Isles three times a year, viz. March-April, June-July, and OctoberNovember. Entries for the March-April Examinations close Wednesday, February 4, 19

ELOCUTION EXAMINATIONS will be held at certain fixed centres in March-April, June-July, and October-November each year. For full particulars see special Elocution Syllabus.

The Board offers annually SIX EXHIBITIONS tenable at The R.A.M. or The R.C.M. for two or three years.

Syllabuses A and B, Elocution Syllabus, Entry Forms, and any further information, will be sent post free on application to—THE SECRETARY, 14 and 15 Bedford Square, London, W.C. 1. Too late for Classification

LONDON, N.W.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Continued from page 4 UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM E? 'XAMINATIONS for Degrees in

Music are held as follows: Matriculation, January, July, and October. First Mus.B., March and September. Final Mus.B., and Mus.D., September only

For particulars apply-SECRETARY OF EXAMINATIONS, University Oifices Durham. Copies of former Examination Papers, Is. 8d. per set. Too Late for Classification

ISS AGNES NIGHTINGALE,

Geography Certificate, London School of Economics and author of " Visual Geography,” “Visual Botany, etc., visits Schools for Geography, Botany, elementary Science and Book-keeping. Preparation for Examinations. — 89a Cambridge Gardens, London, W. 10.

WYCOMBE ABBEY SCHOOL, BUCKS TOT less than six Scholarships of

the nominal value of £10 a year will be offered by the Council on the result of an examination to be held in May, 1925, to Girls under 14 on May 1. The Council are prepared to give, if necessary, additional grants varying from £30 to £90 a year to scholars. All entry forms must be received before March 31, 1925. For further particulars apply to the HEAD

VEGETARIAN GUEST HOUSE.

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Delightful part of Hampstead. Close to buses, tube, and Metro. Comfortable bed-sitting rooms, bedrooms, and cubicles.-Address, No, 11,485, Mr. WILLIAM RICE, Three Ludgate Broadway, London, E.C. 4.

MISTRESS.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGES, Technical techools

Training Colleges, and

. See also pages 1-7, 26, 33, 44, 47, 50, 72; [Halls of Residence] 2; [Physical Training Colleges] b; (Scholarships] 5, 47

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ST. MARY'S

COLLEGE, | King's College

King's College for Women

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34 LANCASTER GATE, W. 2.

TRAINING COI, I, EGE (attached to Secondary School and Kindergarten). Recognized by the Board of Education.

Principal : Miss H. L. POWELL, Newnliam College, Historical Tripos (late Principal of the Cambridge Training

College).

Warden of Hostel :
Miss A. M. SCOTT, Girton College, Cambridge, Modern
Languages Tripos (late Headmistress, Dulwich

High School).
Head of the Kindergarten Department :

Miss E. J. CHAPPEL,
Higher Certificate National liroebel Union.

Lecturer in Education :
Miss H. ALLEN, M.A., St. Hugh's College, Oxford,
Final Honour School Literae Humaniores.

late Tutor in the Training Department of Bristol

University.
Students prepared for the London and Cambridge
Teachers' Diplomas and for the Higher Certificate of
the National Froebel Union.

Practice in Secondary and Primary Schools.
Diploma Students attend University Lectures.

Fees, with residence, Ninety-Six to One Hundred and Fourteen Guineas per annum. Fees, without residence, Thirty-six Guineas per annum. Four Bursaries of £20 a year each.

(l'niversity of London). HOUSEHOLD AND SOCIAL

SCIENCE DEPARTMENT, Campden Hül Road, Kensington, W.8.

Warden : Miss L. HENRY, M.D. 'TUDENTS are prepared for Honours

and Pass B.Sc. Degrees in Household and Social Science. Post - Graduate Students may read for higher Degrees

In addition the following courses are open to nonmatriculated students :

(a) Three Years' Course for College Diploma. (b) Two Years' Course and One Year Course in

Household and Institutional Management. (c) Special One Year Courses for Trained Nurses

and Students holding Diplomas in Domestic

Arts.
Next session commences October, 1925.

For further information respecting Courses, Scholarships, Bursaries, and Residence, apply the Secretary

'T. GEORGE'S TRAINING

COLLEGE (Department of St. George's School for Girls, Incorporated, Windmill Brae, Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh). Head Mistress : Miss RUTH W. FREE", Honour School of Modern History, University of Oxford ;

Diploma in Pedagogy, University of London. This College gives Professional Training to women who intend to teach in Intermediate and Secondary Schools and in Kindergarten and Freparatory Departments. It is recognized by the Scottish Education Departments and the Cambridge Teachers' Training Syndicate, and prepares Students for the Certificates of the Scottish Education Department and the Cambridge Teachers' Certificate.

There is a Special Department for the training of Kindergarten and Junior Form Mistresses in Preparation for the Higher Certificate of the National Froebel Union.

Certain bursaries are available and there is a Loan Fund.

Prospectus and further particulars from the HEADMISTRESS.

The English Folk Dance Society

(FOUNDED BY CECIL J. SHARP, Mus.M.)

THE INCORPORATED FROEBEL EDUCATIONAL

INSTITUTE

BEDFORD EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION KINDERGARTEN AND TRAINING COLLECE,

SPRING TERM, 1925

January 19 to March 28 CLASSES in FOLK DANCING

will be held at the following Centres :
Baker Street,

Croydon,
Great Portland Street, Greenwich,

Kingsway.
For full particulars apply to:

The SECRETARY, E.F.D.S.,
7 Sicilian House,

Sicilian Avenue,
Tel.: Museum 4580. Southampton Row, W.C. 1.

COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS: GROVE HOUSE, ROEHAMPTON LANE, S.W. 15.

DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL: COLET GARDENS, W. KENSINGTON, W. 14. Chairman of Committee and Hon. Secretary :

Mr. C. G. MONTEFIORE, M.A.
Hon. Treasurer: Mr. W. H. OGSTON.

Principal : Miss E. E. LAWRENCE.
Head Mistress of School : Miss E. M. BAIN.

The Crescent.

Chairman :
J. ARNOLD WHITCHURCH, J.P.

Principal : Miss AMY WALMSLEY. A thorough training is given at the above College to Students preparing for the National Froebel Union Examinations. Opportunity for Class Teaching is afforded in the Kindergarten, Transition, and Preparatory Classes.

Houses of Residence for Students—"Ellerslie," Shenstone Lodge, Osborne House, and Magdala House.

Branch School - Froebel House, Goldington Avenue.

For terms and particulars apply to The Secretary, Miss D. H. BEATSON,

Training College, The Crescent, Bedford.

FROEBEL SOCIETY and JUNIOR SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION

Students are trained for the Examinations of the National Froebel Union.

Prospectuses and particulars as to Scholarships and Grants from the Board of Education may be obtained from the PRINCIPAL.

SCHOLASTIC AGENCY for JUNIOR FORM and KINDERGARTEN MISTRESSES,

and LECTURERS IN TRAINING COLLEGES

UNIVERSITÉ DE POITIERS

INSTITUT D'ÉTUDES FRANÇAISES DE

TOURAINE.

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Reading Room and Library for Teachers and Students preparing for the Examinations of the National Froebel Union.

Particulars of Membership and of the Agency may be obtained from

The Secretary, 4 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. 1 Tel. No.: Museum 615.

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French Literature and History.

History of Art in France.

Phonetics. Practical Exercises. Elementary and Intermediate Courses. Translations. French Compositions.

Conversation Classes. Excursions, For information-Apply to the Director, 1 rue de la Grandière, Tours (I. et L.).

{ UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL PRACTICAL and Theoretical Train

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

THE CAMBRIDGE TRAINING COLLECE

FOR WOMEN (post-graduate) Recognized by the Board of Education as a Training

College for Secondary Teachers. PRINCIPAL: Miss M. H. WOOD, M.A., Litt.D.,

Classical Tripos, Cambridge, Girton College. A RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE providing a year's professional training for Secondary Teachers. Preparation for the Cambridge Teachers' Diplomas. Ample opportunity for practice in teaching Science. languages, Mathematics, and other subjects. Fees (for fully qualificd stulents), £140 and £130. Admission in January and September.

For particulars of admission, Scholarships, bur. saries, and loan fund, apply --- The Principal, Cambridge Training College, Wollaston Road, Cambridge.

One-Year Course of Training for Graduates, leading up to Diploma in Education.

Preparation for work in Secondary, Continuation, Primary Schools.

Particulars from THE MASTER OR MISTRESS OF METHOD.

Early application should be made for entrance in September, 1925.

SCHOOL OF GARDENING AND

NATURE STUDY,
CLAPHAM, near WORTHING

Miss C. CRACKNELL, N.D. Hort., late Principals of Swanley Horticultural College.

Miss F. COLLINS,

ing in Gardening; Fruit, Vegetable, and Flower Growing ; Glasshouse and Frame Work. Course of two years ; Poultry; Dairy work; Bees. Preparation for R.H.S. examinations.---Particularly successful with young students. MRS.

PIANOFORTE METHOD. Ear Training and sight Singing from Sol-fa and Staff, Sight Playing and Transposition.

TRAINING CLASSES for MUSIC TEACHERS are held on Wednesdays and Fridays at W'igniore Hall Studios, Wigmore Street, W.1, by Miss SCOTT GARDNER and Miss MARGARET KNAGGS, A.R.C.M. New Classes begin each term. Either I.ecturer will be pleased to answer inquiries or arrange an interview upon application addressed to them at the Studios.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGES, Technical Colleges,

Training , and

See also pages 1-7, 26, 33, 44, 47, 50, 72; [Halls of Residence] 2;

[Physical Training Colleges] b; [Scholarships] 47

BEDFORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON), REGENT'S PARK, N.W.I

PRINCIPAL: Miss M. J. TUKE, M.A.

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MATRICULATION AND OTHER EXAMINATION NOTICES,

FELLOWSHIPS,
SCHOLARSHIPS,

EXHIBITIONS,
STUDENTSHIPS, and BURSARIES

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Keddey Fletcher-Warr Studentships
THE
HE Senate invite applications for

the Keddey Fletcher-Warr Studentships for the promotion of post-graduate research. The Studentships, which are tenable normally for three years, and are of the annual value of not less than 1200, are open equally to men and women of European descent who are graduates of some British University, or have passed an examination necessary to qualify them for a Degree of some British University, but other things being equal, preference will be given to a graduate of the University of London. Applications must be received not later than January 31, 1925. Further details may be obtained on application to the ACADEMIC REGISTRAR, University of London, South Kensington, S.W.7.

SHREWSBURY SCHOOL

FİYEARSHIPS OF 440 a year, and ONE

JUNIOR

CIPAL.

Exhibition of £40, will be awarded on
the results of an examination to be held
on June 1, 1925, and the following days.
Candidates must be under 14 on the fol-

lowing Septembere , and allowancenis Six Scholarships and TWO Bure

A Scholarship Examination is held

STOWE SCHOOL
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14 on April 1, offered for competition annually at the end of June and the beginning of July. The Scholarships vary in value from £50 to £90 per annum, according to the requirements of parents, and are awarded after an Examination in the usual subjects.

The BURSARIES, which are intended only for parents in need of assistance, are of 80 guineas per annum each, and are awarded in consideration of other qualities than those tested by examination. ---Particulars and entry forms can be obtained from the HEADMASTER, Stowe School, Buckingham.

for subjects of tion are

: (Compulsory) Latin, French, English, including History and Geography; and Elementary Mathematics. (Optional) Greek OR Additional Mathematics.

The award is made on the aggregate of marks. The Exhibition will be awarded to a candidate who shows good work in Mathematics (in both papers) and proposes to follow the full Science Course.

Applications should reach the RECTOR from whom a more detailed syllabus may be obtained-before May 1, 1925.

annually early in March. The Scholarships are about seven in number. Candidates must be under 14 on January 1st in the year of competition.

Further information can be had on application to the HEADMASTER'S SECRETARY, School House, Shrewsbury.

T. JOHN'S SCHOOL, LEATHER

WEYMOUTH COLLEGE.

elected on the Free Foundation, Supplementary
Foundationers (sons of living clergy only) are re-
ceived at the annual fee of 45 guineas. The School
is also open to sons of Clergy or Laymen paying full
fees, viz. Clergy 95 guineas, Laymen 105 guineas per
annum. Day-Boys 33 guineas per annum. Modern
School buildings for 240 boys. Boys prepared for
the Universities, Army, and Civil Service Examina-
tions, &c. Leaving Scholarships. One or two Albany
Scholarships awarded each year. Also three Entrance
Scholarships, value £45, 135, and £25 per annuin.
Scholarship examination for 1925 on the first Wed-
nesday in July; entries close the last day of June.
For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Headmaster,
the Rev. E. A. DOWNES.

S. PETER'S SCHOOL, YORK
N Examination for Scholarships

and Exhibitions, varying from £50 to £15,
is held annually in May. General knowledge is
required in preference to specialization in
subject. Exhibitions also awarded on the Common
Entrance Examinations.
Further details from

S. M. TOYNE, M.A., Headmaster.

ST. MARY'S HALL, BRICHTON
A
N Entrance Scholarship of £50,

and an Exhibition of £30 (both tenable in
first instance for 3 years), will be offered to non-
Foundation candidates in July next. Entry Forms
(to be obtained from SCHOOL SECRETARY) must reach
the HEADMISTRESS before June 1, 1925.

SIX SCHOLARSHIPS for CLASSICS

or MATHEMATICS. of the value of £40 downwards, and open to boys

between twelve and fourteen,
are offered annually for

Competition.
Next Examination will be in June, 1925,
For Prospectus and other information apply to the
HEADMASTER.

WINCHESTER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,

WINCHESTER

AN

TAUNTON SCHOOL ENTRANCE SCHOLAR

SHIPS EXAMINATION
"HE Examination will be held at

ship.--The Examination for the above will be held on March 11, 12, and 13, 1925, at the School, for entrance in the following September. All particulars and a detailed syllabus can be obtained from the HEADMISTRESS.

one

School), on Tuesday, July 14, and the following days,
for the purpose of awarding Five Entrance Scholar-
ships, value £40 per annum. All details from the
HEADMASTER.

Continued on pages 3 and 47

PHYSICAL TRAINING, GEMNASTICS, &c.

&c

DENMARK HILL PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLEGE and School of Massage.

41 Alleyn Park, London, S.E. 21. A residential London College, with good provision for Sports' practice.

Preparation for the Teachers' Diploma of the Ling Association, and the Certificates of the Chartered Society of Massage, &c.

Number of students limited ; non-residents admitted if vacancies occur.

BEDFORD PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLECE.

LING'S SWEDISH SYSTEM.

GARDNER'S PHYSICAL TRAINING

COLLEGE, WALLINGTON, SURREY.

ANSTEY
PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLEGE,
ERDINGTON, BIRMINGHAM

(SWEDISH SYSTEM),
offers complete Training for Teacher's
Diploma in Swedish Educational Gym-
nastics, Medical Gymnastics and Massage,
Dancing, Hockey, Lacrosse, Cricket,
Tennis, Net Ball, Swimming, Anatomy,
Hygiene, Physiology, Theory of Educa-
tion, &c.
Students not received under 18 years of age.

THREE YEARS' COURSE.
For Prospectus apply-The Secretary.

Principal : Miss STANSFELD.
The object of the College is to train Students to
enable them to become Teachers of Gymnastics and
Games in Schools.

The Course of Training extends over three years,
and includes the Theory and Practice Educational of
Gymnastics, Massage and Medical Gymnastics,
Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, Dancing,
Lacrosse, Lawn Tennis, Hockey, Net Ball, and
Cricket.

An educational centre like Bedforfa affords special
facilities for practice in Teaching and professional
coaching in Games, Swimming and Boating in the
summer. Fees : £165 per annum.

For Prospectus apply-SECRETARY, 37 Lansdowne
Road, Bedford.

Complete training, extending over three years, for teachers of Gymnastics in Swedish Educational and Medical Gymnastics, Massage ; Aesthetic, Folk, and Ballroom Dancing ; Hockey, Lacrosse, Cricket, Tennis, and Swimming : Anatomy, Physiology, Hygiene, Theory of Movement, Pathology, &c. Preparation for Ling Association Diploma and other Public Examinations. Fees 75 guineas per annum.

Principal : Miss M. GARDNER, G.D. (Stockholm).

THE LING ASSOCIATION

THE

BERGMAN ÖSTERBERG PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLEGE, DARTFORD HEATH, KENT.

CHELSEA
COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

FOR WOMEN,
Manresa Road, London, S.W.3

(SWEDISH SYSTEM)

EXAMINATIONS held

(FOUNDED IN 1885.)

PRINCIPAL : Miss EVA LETT, Cambridge Med, and

Mod. Language Tripos.
VICE-PRINCIPAL : Miss MURIEL H. SPALDING, Dart-

ford and Anstey Physical Training Colleges.

OF TEACHERS OF SWEDISH GYMNASTICS
(And Affliated Gymnastic Societies.)

FOUNDED 1899.
Offices : 10 Mecklenburgh Square, London, W.C. 1.

for
the Swedish Gymnastic Teachers' Dipioma.
The Association keeps a list of certificated Gynı-
nastic and Games Mistresses, and Medical Gymnasts
-and publishes " Good and Bad School Postures,
5s.; Net Ball Rules, 3 d.; Game of Net Ball and
How to Play it, 1s.; Rounders Rules, 3fd. ; Scan-
dinavian Dances (Series I and II), 3 d.; Music to
Dances, 8td.; Folk Dances from Many lands, Music
and Notes, ls. All post free. For these, and Terms
of Membership, Conditions of Examinations,
Entrance Forms, Syllabus, &c., applications should
be made to the Secretary, Miss MARY HANKINSON,

Principal : S. SKINNER, M.A. (Camb.). Headınistress : Miss DORETTE WILKIE.

The course of training covers three years, and is based upon Ling's Swedish System. The theoretical work includes Anatomy, Physiology, Hygiene, Theory of Games, Theory of Gymnastics, and Prin: ciples of Education. Practical training is given in Educational and Postural Gymnastics, Games, Dancing, Swimming, and Voice Production. A special course in Massage and Remedial Gymnastics is provided for those students who show aptitude for this branch of work. Students practise teaching (under the supervision of the College Staff) in London Secondary hools and in local Secondary and Elementary Schools.

For prospectus, &c., application should be made to the PRINCIPAL'S SECRETARY at the College.

Three Years' Diploma Course of University Standard for women desiring to train as teachers of Physical Education.

Application for admission in September, 1925, should be made now. Apply for Prospectus to Miss DORETTE WILKIE (Room 85).

Telephones : Kensington 899 and 8007.

LIVERPOOL PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLEGE, and officers' Training College for the Girl-Guide Movement

(FOUNDED 1900.)

Dom COACHING Correspondence Lessons, &c.

THE

The College is divided into two-Junior and
Senior and the Course is from 2 to 3 years.
The Swedish system is taken, also Rhythmic Exer.
cises, Dancing (all branches), Swimming, Fencing,
Sports, and Games.
Massage, Remedial Exercises,

Hospital Practice
Great opportunity for teaching and gaining
practical experience. Three gymnasiunis. 18 acres
of grounds for games.

IRENÉ M. MARSH,

Principal.

THE INCORPORATED BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING Offices: 25 Chalcroft Road, London, S.E. 13. HE Association is an Examining

Body for Teachers (Men and Women) of Physical Education, and admission to Membership is by Examination only. It holds Examinations in the Theory, Practice, and Teaching of Swedish and British Educational Gymnastics. Fencing, Elementary School Teachers' Drill Certificate. Preliminary Examination admits to Studentship, and Final Diploma Examination admits to Membership of the Association. The Final Examination Certificate is approved by the Teachers' Registration Council as satisfying the conditions for Registration in regard to attainments. Applications for qualified Teachers, or for the Syllabus of Examinations, should be made to the Secretary, Mr. T. WILLIAMS.

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QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S HOUSE
PHYSICAL TRAINING COLLEGE,

KENSINGTON GORE, S.W. 7.
Recognized by the Teachers' Registration Council.

Principals : The Misses BEAR. EDUCATED GIRLS TRAINED as TEACHERS of Swedish Educational and Remedial Gymnastics, Games, Dancing, Swimming, Fencing, "Anatomy, Physiology, &c. Preparation for Public Examinations.

All Persons interested in Phonetics are recom

mended to join the
INTERNATIONAL
PHONETIC ASSOCIATION

Subscription, 8s. per annum. Entrance fee, 4s.
Members receive free of charge Le Maitre
Phonétique, the official organ of the Association
(Editor: P. Passy, 20 Madeleine, Bourg-la-Reine,
Seine, France ; Assistant Editor : D. Jones,
University College, London, W.C. 1).

New members receive in return for the Entrance
fee : The Principles of the I.P.A., What is
Phonetics? by H. E. Palmer, and La Phonétique
appliquée à l'Enseignement de la Lecture, by
P. Passy.-List of other publications and prices and
back numbers of Le Maitre Phonetique (from 1889)
on application.

Science, English, History, Languages, by experienced lady graduates. Matriculation, General School, Common Entrance, &c. Schools visited -Miss BIGBY, B.Sc., Windsor House, Victoria Street, S.W.1.

ISS DOROTHY WOODMAN,

B.A. (Hons.), coaches in Geography, Economics, Literature, &c. Schools visited. Evenings free.—79 Palmerston Road, N. 22.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGES, Technical Schools.

Training Colleges, and

. See also pages 1-7, 26, 33, 44, 47, 50, 72; (Halls of Residence] 2;

(Physical Training Colleges] 6; (Scholarships] 47.

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The London School of Dalcroze Eurhythmics,

ASSISTANT MASTERS AND MISTRES8E8

Are invited to call or write to 23 STORE STREET, LONDON, W.C.1.

N. W. ROSS, M.A. (Cantab.), B.-és-L.,

With a view to obtaining suitable Vacancies.
VISITING PRINCIPAL-EMILE JAQUES-DALCROZE (Geneva).

No charge for registration. 31% commission on first year's salary.
DIRECTOR-PERCY B. INGHAM, B.A.
DIRECTOR OF MUSICAL STUDIES - ERNEST READ, F.R.A.M.

BURROW'S SCHOLASTIC AGENCY, Empire House (R.98),

175 Piccadilly, London, W.1, THE TRAINING DEPARTMENT

(Opposite Royal Academy.)

Phone : GERRARD 3462. is accepted by the Teachers Registration Council as satisfying the conditions of Registration in respect of Training in Teaching | THAT BOOK YOU WANT !

. The School Year begins about October ist. Classes in Single Subjects (Rhythmic Movement, Plastic,

FOYLES have it, or will soon obtain it. 1,000,000 vols.

in stock on every conceivable subject, including the Solfège, and Improvisation) begin January 26th.

largest stock of Educational Books in the British Isles. Classes in Single Subjects are also held in many provincial

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The new edition, 1,470 pages, price £1 18.
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2,500 Private Teachers.
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books, standard and out-of-the-way books, as well as the obvious book of the moment. To ensure to our customers the delivery of new books on the day of publication. To search for and obtain books out of print. {To encourage and advise those new readers who aspire to possess a small library of their own. ! To provide customers living abroad with a carefully selected supply of the best books as they are published. To select and supply to libraries, institutions, and schools at home and abroad.

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