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Digital copy of Page 1 from Minutes of the 44th Meeting of the Education Committee. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW1/A3/4/WD004999
Date June 16th 1959
Scope and Content Lists John Le Marquand (Deputy of St Helier, President), J W Baudains (Constable of St Lawrence), Mrs P Green (Deputy of St Saviour), the Reverend R J Rider (Deputy of St Helier), R Vibert (Deputy of St Brelade) and R F Le Brocq (Deputy of St Clement) as present at the meeting and H C A Wimberley (Director of Education), Lieutenant Colonel N Le M Stevenson (Chief Clerk) and Miss K E Chalker (Secretary) as in attendance. Items include: (1) approval of the minutes of the meeting held on 12 May 1959; (2) authorisation of payment of accounts; and (3) approval of a plan for proposed extensions to La Moye School. Also includes item (4) relating to child welfare, noting decision to recommend the States to approve the preparation of scheme for the reconstruction of the Jersey Home for Boys to accommodate boys, girls and babies and to approve the inclusion in the Committee's estimates for 1960 for the building or purchase of three Family Group Homes.
Names Baudains, J W, Constable of St Lawrence
Chalker, Kathleen Eleanore
Gaudin, J E, Senator
Green, Phyllis Gartrell, née Le Couteur, Deputy
Le Brocq, Raymond Frank, Deputy
Le Marquand, John, Deputy
Rider, Robert John, Reverend, Deputy
Stevenson, Noel Le Marinel, Lieutenant Colonel
Vibert, Ralph, Deputy
Wimberley, H C A
Education Committee
Education Department
Housing Committee
La Moye School
Jersey Home for Boys
Royal Court
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Digital copy of Page 1 from Minutes of the 44th Meeting of the Education Committee. [Some details redacted].

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