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Grants for attendance may not be claimed on account of the same student in any one year in more than two subjects, other than Subject I. (Practical Plane and Solid Geometry), and Subject V. (Mathematics)-See $ XLIIIe. of the Directory.
In Science Schools where only Day classes are held, the Certificate on page 1 of this Form should be duly filled up, and the entries of attendances claimed upon should be made on the fly sheets headed “Day classes only.”
The total attendances in each subject on each page should be carried forward to a summary of totals at the end of the claim.
N.B.--Before sending in this form a record should be kept of any particulars which are likely to be required by the Managers, as, after the Grant has been paid, the claim is treated as a voucher and cannot be returned.
Evening Classes only.
State Subjects* in which attendances have been registered for grants in
accordance with the conditions of the Directory, and number of attendances registered in the Ely. or Advd. stage of each. A separate column
must be allocated to each Subject for which a grant is sought. (* The number of the Subject-I., II., III., &c.-as shown in Directory will
The form of claim which is used in the case of a School of Science is
The form of claim which is used for payments on results of Examina-
The form for certificates of attendances (Art) is No. 405.
The form of claim for payments, on account of works, on results of Art
When the Board is satisfied that, by reason of a notice of the Sanitary
The provisions of this paragraph are applicable to a School of Science.
KING'S PRIZES. Applications for King's prizes awarded for success at the Science Examinations must be made on Form 161, and a certificate given v the Managers on behalf of the School that of the students for whom prizes are claimed : 1. Each is a registered student in the School under their supervision,
and has earned an attendance Grant for the session in each
subject on account of success in which a prize is claimed ; 2. None has previously obtained a prize, or a similar or a higher
success, in the same subject as that in which a claim is now made.
N.B.-No student can receive a prize for any subject except in mathematics,
unless he or she has previously passed in the Elementary Stage of the same subject. 3. None is a teacher who is earning or has earned payments on account
of instruction under the Board of Education, South Kensington ; 4. None is or has been a student of the Queen's Colleges in Ireland,
of the Royal College of Science, London or Dublin, of the Royal Dockyard Schools, or of any other institution receiving State aid for instruction in those subjects which are taught as a portion of
the regular course in such institution ; and The Managers must also undertake to make arrangements for obtaining the books or instruments to be awarded as King's Prizes to the students of the above-named School, and to procure books or instruments for the students to the value of at least £2 for each prize.
DETAILS AS TO AWARD OF MEDALS FOR ART WORKS.
(v.) The gold medals awarded under § XLVIII. are usually given in the following subjects : (1.) One for a drawing from the nude living model, without a background.
The drawing must not be less than 24 inches high, on an imperial
sheet of paper. (Subject 8c-.) (2.) One for a similar drawing from a single antique statue. (Subject 86o.) (3.) One for a figure modelled and cast in plaster, to be about 30 inches
high, from a full size single antique statue. (Subject 1962.) (4.) One for a figure modelled and cast in plaster, to be about 30 inches
high, from the nude living model. (Subject 196.) (5.) One for a drawn or painted study, about 30 inches high, of drapery
arranged on a living model, statue, or lay figure. (6.) One for a painting of head or nude figure from nature, which must
fairly fill a sheet, canvas, or panel 30 inches by 24 inches. (Subject 176
and 17c.) (7.) One for a painting, about 30 inches high, from a single antique
statue. (Subject 16a.); and (8.) One gold medal for each separate kind of design i.e., designs for
Weaving, for Embroidery, for Tiles, for Mosaics, for Iron Work, for Goldsmiths' Work, for Wall Papers, for Printed Textiles, for Architectural Work, for Decorative Work, Ornamental Studies, and for
Modelled Designs of various kinds, &c. (6.) No student will be eligible to receive a gold medal unless he has previously obtained at the personal examinations held in May or obtains in the current or next year a 1st Class in the Advanced Stage of the same or analogous isubject as that of his work entered for National Competition. Corresponding success at the 3rd Grade Examinations, which were held before the adoption of the Advanced Stage, will be counted in lieu of success in the Advanced Stage.
(c.) The silver and bronze medals are usually awarded in the foregoing and other subjects.
(d.) The number of medals and prizes is increased or decreased according to the merit of the works sent for examination.
(e.) For further conditions see below. Students who gain medals or prizes for works may be required to pass
an examination in the subject for which the awards have been made.
CONDITIONS AS TO ART PRIZES.
1. The following are not eligible for medals or prizes in respect of successes in Art subjects : (a.) a student who has previously received medal or prize for a similar
or a higher success, in the same or corresponding subject, except as provided in par. 4 (below). A certificate recording his success is given to a Student who is precluded by this rule from receiving an
award. (6.) a teacher whose Class or Classes are registered for attendance grant
or grant on results from the Board in respect of the subject for
which the award is announced ; (c.) a person who is or has been a Student in Training, or National
Scholar or Royal Exhibitioner; or who is a Free Student at the
a Student who is precluded by this rule from receiving an award. (d.) a Student for whom a prize in the same subject is claimed by another
Board of Managers. 2. In large towns the Managers may be empowered to make their own arrangements for obtaining the prizes if, when sending in the claim for them (Form No. 571D), they intimate in the special certificate thereon their desire to adopt this course. The Board will then pay to the Managers the value attaching to each prize gained, and furnish one prize label for each class of book prize (King's or National Competition) obtained by a student; and the Managers must undertake to procure books, &c., for their students to the value of each prize, as stated on p. 2 of Form No. 571D. The Board cannot undertake to examine specially for local prizes. Where
it is desired to give such prizes according to the judgment of the Board's Examiners, the local prize scheme should be so arranged as to
adjust itself to their usual awards. 3. Students who obtain more than one medal of the same class in the same year, or in succeeding years, receive books, &c., instead of a second medal of the same class.
4. The awards of a Gold, Silver, or Bronze medal or a book prize may be made to a student once in the National Competition in each of the Subjects 23a, 236, 23c, 230, 23e, 23j.
5. Students who gain medals or prizes for works may be required to pass an examination in the subject for which they have been awarded.
APPLICATIONS FOR PRIZES. Applications for prizes awarded for success at the works and personal Art Examinations must be made on Form 571-D, and a certificate given by the Managers on behalf of the School, that of the students for whom prizes are claimed :1. Each is a registered Student in the School, and has received
instruction from a qualified teacher ; (a) and has made the number of attendances necessary to qualify for a grant for the session in the subject, or in the group including the subject, in which the prize is claimed ; or (b) has executed the work in respect of which a prize is claimed in the School during the recognised meetings of the class between 1st April 1901 and
1st April 1902. 2. None has previously received a medal or prize for a similar or a
higher success in the same or corresponding subject as that in which claim is now made, except as provided in par. 4 on the
previous page. 3. NONE IS A TEACHER WHOSE CLASS OR CLASSES ARE REGISTERED
FOR ATTENDANCE GRANT, OR GRANT ON RESULTS, FROM
SUBJECT FOR WHICH THE AWARD IS ANNOUNCED. 4. Yone is, or has been, a Student in Training, National Scholar, Royal
Exhibitioner, or is a Free Student at the Royal College of Art. 5. None is a Student for whom a prize in the same subject is claimed by
another Board of Managers,
CONDITIONS OF LOCAL SCIENCE AND ART SCHOLARSHIPS.
a. With any number of students up to 100 on the register of the school or Conditions. group of schools there can be but two such Scholarships ; above 100 and up to 150, three ; above 150 and up to 200, four Scholarships, and so on.
6. The Scholarship or Scholarships must be awarded in a bona fide com- Mode of award. petition to the most successful student or students in some examination of the school. The terms of the competition and the award of the Scholarship will be left to the Managers of the school, subject to the approval of the Board.
c. The scholar must, at the time of first appointment, be under 16 years Age. of age on the 1st May in the year in which his appointment to a scholarship is made. d. The teacher, pupil-teacher, or other paid servant of a school is not
e. The scholar must continue to attend the approved day school regularly Conditions of while the school is open during a period of twelve months ending 31st July tenure. (in a School of Science the scholarship year will be coincident with that of the School of Science), and
f. In his first year and in each succeeding year during which he holds his Scholarship, he must be presented at the May or June examinations in one or more subjects of Science or of Art, and show by the results he obtains that he has made satisfactory progress, or, in the case of a Scholarship held in a School of Science, must satisfy the Inspector as to his progress.
Application for the Scholarship must be made on Form 280 before the Method of 5th April (or 5th October*). The examination on which it is awarded procedure. must be held, and Form 281 submitting the name of the successful competitor must be sent in, before the 1st August (or 1st January*). One moiety of the local contribution will be paid to the parent or guardian of the scholar by the Board shortly after the 1st September (or 1st February*), on the receipt of a certificate (Form 1066) from the Managers that he is making satisfactory progress. The other moiety will be paid in the same way after the 1st February (or 1st July*). The Board's grant becomes due after the results of the May or June examinations in the subsequent year have been issued (or after 31st December*), and when the conditions of the Scholarship have been fulfilled. Application for its payment must be made on Form 282.
Should it be desired to continue the Scholarship for a second or third Continuance. year, application must be made on Form 473. This form must be sent in as soon as the results of the scholar's examination held at the close of his first or second_year, are made known, or in the case of a School of Science, when the Inspector has reported.
CONDITIONS OF LOCAL SCIENCE AND ART EXHIBITIONS.
a. The exhibition must be awarded in competition at the Board's Conditions annual evening examinations in Science or Art. The Managers may select the subjects of Science or branches of Art for the competition and they may fix any relative amount of marks they consider best to assign to them.
6. The place or places where the exhibition is to be tenable and where the where terable. student is to pursue his studies may be fixed by the Managers, subject to the approval of the Board, provided that the Exhibitioner shall always have the option of going to the Royal College of Science-or the Royal
* These dates apply only in the case of Scholarships held in a School of Science, .