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Junior And Infant Schools

Volume 441: debated on Wednesday 30 July 1947

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asked the Minister of Education what is the present number of combined junior and infant schools in the country; the number of these combined schools under men and women head teachers, respectively; and the number of separate infant schools.

There were in January, 1946, 5,197 separate infants schools or departments in England and Wales. I regret that the rest of the information asked for has not been compiled from the 1946 statistics. It will, however, be obtained from the 1947 statistics and will be available in about three months time.