Images of a short tennis tournament in the sports hall at Le Rocquier School organised by the Education Department for eight schools. Includes close-ups of left-handed Kim Norman of St Luke's School and her right-handed playing partner Ailsa Phillips in action [A-B, E-G, K, M-O] [from JEP 11/04/1981 This Weekend supplement p I].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7146

Date: April 7th 1981 - April 7th 1981

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7146.

Images of the annual Foster Parents Get Together at the Grand Hotel organised by the Children's Office and the Education Department. Amongst those pictured are the Vice-President of the Director of Education John Rodhouse [second row, left], Vice President of the Education Committee Deputy Philip Mourant [front row, centre] and Deputy Anne Baal and the Children's Officer Charles Smith on Deputy Mourant's right [from JEP 14/04/1981 p 23].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7193

Date: April 10th 1981 - April 10th 1981

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7193.

Images of Fiona Hicks, aged 17, of 1 Rosemount Cottage, Mont Pinel. Taken for an article in the Young Company feature highlighting Fiona's decision to apply to join the Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps and work as a nurse in a military hospital after visiting the Education Department's career convention in Gloucester Hall at Fort Regent the year before [from JEP 25/04/1981 This Weekend supplement p II].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7235

Date: April 15th 1981 - April 15th 1981

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7235.

Images of a public meeting of the Education Committee at St Lawrence Parish Hall. Pictured from left to right in Images A, B, E, F, J and N are: Director of Education John Rodhouse, Education Committee president Senator Reg Jeune, the meeting's chairman Constable of St Lawrence Bill Morvan, and Deputy Philip Mourant. Amongst those in the audience are Deputies Norman Le Brocq and Fred Le Brocq [from JEP 05/06/1981 p 1]. [Please see also L/A/75/A3/6/7708B].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7708A

Date: June 2nd 1981 - June 2nd 1981

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7708A.

Images of a public meeting of the Education Committee at St Lawrence Parish Hall. Pictured answering questions from members of the public and States members gathered for the meeting, including Deputy Terry Le Main [M], are Director of Education John Rodhouse [F], Education Committee president Senator Reg Jeune [I], and the meeting's chairman Constable of St Lawrence Bill Morvan and Deputy Philip Mourant [N] [from JEP 05/06/1981 p 1]. [Please see also L/A/75/A3/6/7708A].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7708B

Date: June 2nd 1981 - June 2nd 1981

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7708B.

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 95. Includes: newscuttings of notices and articles published in the Evening Post; and a copy of a Red Cross message from Bernard John Jackson to Helen M Sinnatt [Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson] of 40 La Motte Street.

Reference: L/C/306/A/5/95

Date: August 3rd 1943 - March 4th 1944

Letter from P A Tatam, Acting Headmaster, Victoria College to G H Hamon regarding the decision of the Governing Body for Mr Hamon to continue at his former salary whilst serving on the College staff.

Reference: L/C/356/A2/4

Date: October 12th 1942 - October 12th 1942

Letter from P A Tatam, Acting Headmaster, Victoria College to G H Hamon of Sunshine Avenue, St Saviour informing Mr Hamon of the decision of the Governing Body of Victoria College to increase his salary with effect from 1 February 1943.

Reference: L/C/356/A2/6

Date: February 15th 1943 - February 15th 1943

Copy of a reference letter by P A Tatam, Acting Headmaster, Victoria College in respect of Geoffrey Hubert Hamon, referring to Mr Hamon's attendance at Victoria College as a pupil and later employment at the school as a master.

Reference: L/C/356/A2/7

Date: July 20th 1945 - July 20th 1945

Correspondence File including correspondence regarding Hampshire County Amateur Swimming Association, complaints, visiting teams, the Lakeman Memorial Competition for life saving, resignations, Jersey Sports Council, Education Department-the Jersey Youth Service, bookings for Fort Regent Swimming Pool, swimming gala, raffle winners.

Reference: L/D/17/C2/34

Date: March 20th 1990 - November 7th 1991

Correspondence File including correspondence regarding sponsored swims, Education Department-Jersey Youth Service, swimming galas, The Samaritans, the Jersey Electricity Company Limited, the lease for the JSC Swimming Club flat in D'Auvergne Lane, accounts of the JSC, chief coach's report, contract's of employment, Fort Regent Swimming Pool, trophies, correspondence with other swimming clubs, grant from Jersey Tourism and treasurer's reports.

Reference: L/D/17/C2/35

Date: February 13th 1991 - November 25th 1992

Correspondence File including correspondence regarding income tax, annual dinners, correspondence with other clubs, the Advisory Council for Sport Leisure and Recreation application for grants, resignations, Fort Regent Swimming Pool-correspondence and bookings, harbour swim, Regent Tigers Swimming Club, Great Britain Diving Federation, nominations for Jersey Sports Personality of the Year, swimming galas, fixture list, trophies, Education Department-Jersey Youth Service, Jersey Evening Post-Sport for All Day, Sport Leisure and Recreation, invitations, Jersey Tourism and annual reports.

Reference: L/D/17/C2/36

Date: November 13th 1992 - May 31st 1995

An educational resource on the German Occupation of Jersey prepared by the States of Jersey Education Department and the Jersey Heritage Trust containing files on food, clothing and everyday needs, the Superior Council, social life, school and work, restrictions, fortifications, events, transport and examples of ration books, identity cards and Evening Post stories.

Reference: L/D/25/M4/16

Date: March 20th 1943 - September 15th 1944

Stateswide Magazine-No 12, June 1993-includes articles on savings made by the Education Department, a day in the life of David Cotillard, the Department of Health's Head Gardener and Hamish Marett-Crosby.

Reference: L/F/200/A/12

Date: June 1st 1993 - June 1st 1993

Anita Holden, a Customer Care Assistant in the Customer Services Office at the Education department. She is a general receptionist, telephonist and deals with the post.

Reference: P/03/15/09

Date: February 23rd 2000 - February 23rd 2000

A day in the life of a Headteacher. Mrs Anne Taylor, Headteacher at St Martin's Primary School, on the telephone to the Education Department.

Reference: p/03/289/05

Date: June 28th 2000 - June 28th 2000

A day in the life of a Headteacher. Mrs Anne Taylor, Headteacher at St Martin's Primary School, typing a report for the Education Department on the computer in her office.

Reference: p/03/289/12

Date: June 29th 2000 - June 29th 2000

Phil Dennett, Manager of the Children's Service, in his office in Maison Le Pape, St Helier. Also present is Angie, the secretary.

Reference: p/03/426/16

Date: November 21st 2000 - November 21st 2000

The interior of the library at Les Quennevais School.

Reference: P/03/B107/03

Date: October 10th 2000 - October 10th 2000

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