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Cleator Moor

Volume 498: debated on Wednesday 9 April 1952

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asked the Minister of Education (1) how many children are attending the Montreal Church of England School, Cleator Moor; how many senior children occupying the Cleator Moor Market Hall; and what are their age groups;(2) how many places are at present occupied at the Cleator Council School; what is the total place capacity of the school; how many children attend the school today; and what are their age groups.

In January, 1952, there were 359 children on the roll of the Cleator Moor Montreal Church of England School, of whom 99 were occupying the Market Hall. Of these 99 children, 17 were aged 11, 26 12, 23 13 and 33 14.The numbers and ages of the children enrolled at the Cleator County School in January, 1952, are as follows:

AgeNumber on Roll
41
528
618
726
822
919
1013
1117
1213
1315
1419
The school has a hall, eight classrooms and two practical instruction rooms.