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Digital copy of an Act of the 56th Meeting of the Education Committee concerning the admission of [Barrie John Ford] to a school. Signed by A D Le Brocq, Deputy Greffier of the States. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of [Barrie John Ford]. For Barrie John Ford's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 9 December 2014, see C/D/AW1/B2/6/WS000032.
April 10th 1963 - April 10th 1963
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Refers to the Education Committee considering the recommendation of the Children's Sub-Committee that [Barrie John Ford] should be admitted for education to a school at a cost of £630 per annum, noting agreement by the St Helier Assistance Board to continue weekly payments for him. Outlines the [Education] Committee's reluctance to accept responsibility for the cost of his education until it had been ascertained whether he could be suitably education in classes at St Helier Boys' School, noting decision that he should be admitted to St Helier Boys' School on trial for one term before his case is reconsidered.
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