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Llyfr cofnodion Ysgol Anfield Road

Anfield Road school record book

Fe gafodd Ysgol Anfield Road, Lerpwl, ei ddatnwyo i Langynfelyn yn ystod yr Ail Ryfel (1939-43). Mae copi llyfr cofnodion yr ysgol yn Archifdy Ceredigion. Anfield Road school, Liverpool, was evacuated to Llangynfelyn during the Second World War (1939-43). A copy of the school record book for the period is in Ceredigion Archives.

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Y Llyfr Cofnodion

The Record Book

This log book has not been compared with the evacuation log books and registers held by Anfield Road Primary School, where they are used by the children in the study of local history.

The dates have been standardised, and the days of the week, where given, have been added to the entry.

Taliesin School is now Ysgol Llangynfelyn.

1939, Sept. 1

86 children with 9 teachers and 6 helpers left Breck Rd Station at 9.10 a.m where they entrained for Borth. Arrived at 2.10, taken by bus to Taliesin. Children billeted [sic] in village & in Treddol but some as far distant as Ynyslas - 3 mls from Taliesin. 11 Juniors joined our Party making 97.

1939, Sept. 2

All Chrn visited by Tr or Helper & postcards sent to Parents.

1939, Sept. 3

Service taken by Vicar at 3.15 in Church Hall, after which Head Tr told chrn the arrangements for the following week.

1939, Sept. 4-8

Chrn went for walks or played in field behind School during usual Sch. hours, while Helpers visited homes assistant [sic] in various ways. Several chrn visited Clinic on Tues & Thurs.

1939, Sept. 9

All staff attended Meeting at Aberystwyth presided over by Director, Mr Owen and Mr Smith - H.M.I’s.

1939, Sept. 11

School commenced at 1 p.m. Session from 1-5 pm this week, the home School taking the morning Session. 96 children were enrolled.

Head Tr - M. E. Marsh

Class 1. Juniors 7-12 Miss Wright & Miss Hall

Class 2. Sixes Miss Graham & Miss Wilson

Class 3. Sixes Miss Aspinwall & Miss Barker

Class 4. Fives Miss Tonson & Miss Gealy

Some Stock was brought from L-pool & teachers very quickly set about making simple apparatus. Trial Time-Table at present.

1939, Sept. 12

Mr Lewis, Director, visited. Miss Marsh visited Talybont.

1939, Sept. 13

Miss Wright transferred to Talybont School as there are 22 chrn attending who came with their Mothers - only 5 infants. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School.

1939, Sept. 15

Dispersal of Chrn about field behind School, taken by Head Tr. in form of little Game, where they lay flat on grass. They responded very quickly to the whistle.

1939, Sept. 18

16 chrn have left over week-end either to return to L-pool or to be with their Mothers at Talybont. School is doing the morning Session this week from 8.30-12.30, but chrn were taken by Trs on Tues. [19th] aft. by buses to sea-shore at Ynys-las & on Thurs. [21st] aft. for Nature Ramble.

1939, Sept. 19

Miss Tonson & Miss Barker are also at Talybont School, where they are working a double shift.

1939, Sept. 25

8 chrn have left over the week-end either to return to L-pool or to Talybont. Roll now 72. Afternoon Session.

1939, Sept. 29

Miss Aspinwall & Miss Geally granted 1 day’s leave of absence to visit their homes. School Nurse visited during afternoon. Mr Lewis, Director of Education, visited during afternoon.

1939, Oct. 2

Morning Session. 8.30-12.30. 3 chrn left. 2 admitted. Roll 70. Four hours is too long at one time for Infants. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School Oct. 3. Chrn taken out on Tues & Thurs aft. for 1 hrs by Trs.

1939, Oct. 6

Miss Graham & Miss Wilson granted leave of absence to visit L-pool.

1939, Oct. 9

Afternoon Session. 1-5 p.m. 12 chrn left, most on hearing of payment for billets. Welfare Worker & Assistant visited to comb each child’s head. 16 needed some attention.

1939, Oct. 13

Miss Hall given leave of absence to visit L-pool. Miss Aspinwall taking Miss Tonson’s Class at Talybont while she visits L-pool.

1939, Oct. 16

Morning School. 3 chrn returned to L-pool. 3 boys transferred to Ponterwyd.

1939, Oct. 17

Director visited about use of a Hall for free Sessions.

1939, Oct. 18

Student from Chelsea Phys. Training School (Evacuated at Borth) took all Classes in Phys. Work during morning. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School.

1939, Oct. 20

Miss Marsh absent with leave. L-pool Education Committee have agreed 1-2 days leave of absence to each Teacher in place of usual Autumn holiday.

1939, Oct. 23

Afternoon School. 3 chrn returned to L-pool. 2 chrn admitted from Eg (L-pool chrn).

1939, Oct. 24

Miss Marsh returned to duty.

1939, Oct. 25

Students took all Physical Work. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School.

1939, Oct. 27

Miss Aspinwall & Miss Gealy on leave of absence.

1939, Oct. 30

Morning School. 7 have left. Roll now 41.

1939, Nov. 1

Miss Aspinwall returned to duty. Miss Gealy absent with heavy cold. Miss Curtis visited to take Phys. Work. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School during afternoon.

1939, Nov. 3

Miss Wilson & Miss Graham absent with leave. Mr Roberts - School Dentist from L-pool - visited & examined teeth of all chrn.

1939, Nov. 6

Full time School commenced to-day, 9.12, 1-3.30 p.m. 8 chrn have returned to L-pool, leaving 35 on Roll. We are now sharing the School with the Welsh chrn & our chrn are accommodated in 1 Class Room. We are working in 3 Classes, 1 Junr & 2 of Infants. The long distance chrn - 8 in number - stay to lunch. A helper comes to make a hot drink & to supervise meal. Miss Gealy returned to duty. Now that we have commenced full time School, the afternoon walks which have taken place each Tues & Thurs will be discontinued, but chrn will still have some walks during Nature Periods.

1939, Nov. 7

Mr Lewis, Director of Education, visited during the morning, also Councillor Mrs Evans.

1939, Nov. 9

Student took Physical Work in the Youth Hostel close to School, as the morning was wet. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School in the afternoon. Miss Hall on leave of absence. Miss Aspinwall teaching at Talybont where Miss Tonson is on leave of absence.

1939, Nov. 13

No withdrawals this week.

1939, Nov. 14

Miss Hall returned.

1939, Nov. 15

Miss Curtis took Physical Work in Youth Hostel as it was wet.

1939, Nov. 16

Miss Marsh visited Talybont School during morning.

1939, Nov. 17

Miss Marsh visited L-pool for week-end.

1939, Nov. 20

1 boy returned to L-pool.

1939, Nov. 22

Phys Work taken by Student in Yard. Miss Marsh opened Sale of Work in Church Hall at 2 p.m. Visited Talybont School in morning.

1939, Nov. 23

Visited Talybont School in afternoon.

1939, Nov. 24

School Nurse visited to attend to cuts etc.

1939, Nov. 27

5 of Staff have returned to L-pool for Home Teaching leaving

Miss Marsh \ at Taliesin School

Miss Graham /

Miss Hall \ at Talybont School

Miss Gealy /

3 chrn returned to L-pool. Miss Marsh was called from School at 2.30 p.m. by Dr Jones as there was a case of Diptheria in house where she resided. She was absent for rest of week by Dr’s Orders. School Dentist visited during afternoon.

1939, Nov. 28

Dr Bevins visited during morning to commence Medical Inspection. Ray. Morgan was found to be a Diptheria Carrier & has been sent to Tanybwlch for treatment. Miss Gealy gave Miss Graham some assistance on Tues & Wed afts.

1939, Nov. 30

Miss Mattinson was sent by the Director to assist Miss Graham.

1939, Dec. 1

Miss Mattinson went to Talybont School & Miss Gealy to Taliesin.

1939, Dec. 4

Miss Marsh returned to duty.

1939, Dec. 5

Miss Marsh visited Talybont Sch. during aft.

1939, Dec. 6

Miss Jones, Phys. Student, took 2 Groups for Physical Work. Miss White, H.M.I visited during afternoon.

1939, Dec. 12

Dr Bevins, S.M.O visited during morning to finish Medical Examination. Miss Marsh visited Talybont School during afternoon.

1939, Dec. 13

Student from Borth took Phys. Work.

1939, Dec. 14

The childrens’ Guardians visited during afternoon to see the little Plays, Dances, Rhymes, Carols etc which had been prepared for Xmas. Mr & Mrs Eaves also came.

1939, Dec. 15

Our chrn entertained the Welsh chrn from 2.30 to 3.30 with the Programme they had given to ‘Guardians’ the previous day.

1939, Dec. 18

Miss Graham has gone to L-pool for her Xmas vacation. She returns on Dec 28th. Miss Marsh my sister is here & is taking Miss Graham’s place as I am not yet quite recovered from the "Inoculation".

1939, Dec. 21

Registers marked at 9. a.m. as chrn are leaving at 11.30 for lunch & returning at 12.45 to make a long afternoon for Xmas Party commencing at 1. p.m.

1939, Dec. 22

Mr Jones of Llonio visited & gave each child a Chocolate Novelty. Mr Eaves visited during morning. School Closed at 3.30 for Xmas Vacation.

1940, Jan. 8

School reopened after Christmas Vacation. 6 chrn returned to L-pool. Miss Marsh is in Liverpool on "sick list". Miss Graham in charge of school.

1940, Jan. 9

Dr Bevin visited during morning to see if there were any cases of Diptheria there were none.

1940, Jan. 10

Miss Gealy returned from holiday & remained to assist here, instead of going to Talybont School.

1940, Jan. 11

Miss Jones Student from Borth took Physical Work. School Dentist visited during morning.

1940, Jan. 15

2 children returned to L-pool - taken off roll. 22 children remain.

1940, Jan. 17

Student visited to take Physical Work.

1940, Jan. 18

Heavy snowstorm only 14 chrn present.

1940, Jan. 19

Another fall of snow only 10 children attended school. Miss Gealy spent three afternoons at Talybont School.

1940, Jan. 22

22 children on roll. 13 the highest number present owing to severe wintry weather. Miss Graham still in charge. Miss Gealy taught 3 days at this school and 2 days at Talybont.

1940, Jan. 25

Mr Lewis Director of Education visited during the afternoon to see if a teacher could be spared to go to Eglwysfach. As Miss Marsh is still on Sick List in Liverpool this was not possible.

1940, Jan. 29

Attendance better but not good owing to severe weather conditions.

1940, Jan. 30

Miss Gealy absent for today with chill. Tuesday & Thursday at Talybont.

1940, Jan. 31

Miss Grant (Student) visited to take Physical Work. Miss Graham received intimation from Mr Lewis, Director of Education, that Miss Marsh would not be returning to Reception Area, as she had to remain in Liverpool under Medical Supervision and was asked to take charge of school in her absence.

1940, Feb. 5

22 children on roll & 2 private evacuees.

1940, Feb. 7

Miss Goodwin (Student) visited to take Physical Work. Miss Gealy worked between the two schools.

1940, Feb. 12

2 children returned to Liverpool. 20 chrn on roll & 2 private evacuees.

1940, Feb. 14

Miss Jones student visited to take Physical work. Miss Gealy divided her time between the two schools, Talybont & Taliesin.

1940, Feb. 16

Mr Eaves visited.

1940, Feb. 19

1 child returned to L-pool. 19 children on roll + 2 private evacuees. Miss Gealy divided her time between Talybont and Taliesin Schools.

1940, Feb. 26

19 chrn on roll + 2 private evacuees.

1940, Feb. 28

Miss Jones student visited - took 2 groups for Physical work. Miss Davies (Supervisor) also visited and said Student would not be coming until after Easter Vacation (April 10th).

1940, March 1

Mr Owen H.M.I visited in the morning and saw children at work - was pleased with the way they applied themselves. In the afternoon the Welsh children entertained the Evacuees to a Programme of Plays, songs (in Welsh) dances etc from 2-3 oclock, in honour of St. David’s Day.

1940, March 4

19 children on roll + 2 private evacuees. Part of Tuesday & Thursday afternoons children were taken for a nature walk. Miss Gealy divided her time between this school & Talybont.

1940, March 11

Mr Eaves visited. No of children on roll same as last week.

1940, March 13

Miss Gealy absent through sickness this morning but returned in the afternoon.

1940, March 15

Mr Lewis Director of Education visited during the morning to arrange about the transfer of Teacher in charge. Miss Gealy divided her time between this school & Talybont.

1940, March 18

19 children on roll + 2 private evacuees. Miss Gealy divided her time between this school and Talybont.

1940, March 21

School closed at noon for Easter Vacation. Miss H. S. Graham Tr in charge since Jan. returning to Liverpool.

1940, March 30

Miss Tonson returned to take charge.

1940, April 1

School opened after Easter holiday. Miss Gealy sent to Talybont as no teacher has returned.

1940, April 2

Miss Hall returned to Talybont. Dr visited school - left ointment for Pamela Carine’s face.

1940, April 4

Miss Tilston visited Talybont - is to take up duty there on Monday April 8th. Miss Hall to return to L’pool.

1940, April 5

Miss Tonson visited Talybont School in afternoon. Carol Argent had fall after school hours - 6.30 p.m. Dr Williams put three stitches in arm.

1940, April 8

19 children on Roll + 2 private evacuees. Miss Tilston started duties at Talybont. Miss Tonson visited Talybont in afternoon.

1940, April 9

Miss Gealy has gone to Talybont to assist Miss Tilston.

1940, April 10

Dr Beaven came to Taliesin to examine chn and test eyes. John Jones and Pamela Carine found to have slight weakness in eyes. Students took Physical Train.

1940, April 11

Miss Gealy sent to Talybont to assist Miss Tilston.

1940, April 12

Miss Tonson visited Talybont in the afternoon.

1940, April 15

19 children on Roll + 2 private evacuees.

1940, April 16

Miss Gealy went to Talybont and Miss Tilston visited Taliesin in order to see Infant Method.

1940, April 17

Chelsea Students visited in morning and took physical training.

1940, April 18

Miss Gealy went to Talybont.

1940, April 19

Mr Eaves visited school in the morning.

1940, April 22

Chris. Hunter returned from L’pool making 20 on Roll. Chn taken for Nature walk - wild flowers gathered and sent to Anfield Rd School in L’pool.

1940, April 23

Miss Gealy went to Talybont.

1940, April 24

Chelsea Students visited and took physical training.

1940, April 25

Miss Gealy went to Talybont.

1940, April 26

Miss Tonson visited Talybont in the afternoon.

1940, April 29

20 Chn on Roll.

1940, April 30

Dr Beavan visited school. Chn weighed and remaining chn examined. Dr notified of Mrs Cameron’s wish to have Ian’s eyes tested by specialist and Audrey Wright’s usual annual overhaul by Specialist. Miss Gealy at Talybont School and Miss Tilston spent afternoon at Taliesin.

1940, May 1

Chelsea Students visited for Physical Training.

1940, May 2

Miss Gealy at Talybont School.

1940, May 3

Miss Tonson visited Talybont in afternoon. Marjorie Riley and Gordon Hailwood at Aberystwyth for Scholarship Examination.

1940, May 6

20 Children on Roll.

1940, May 7

Miss Gealy at Talybont School and Miss Tilston at Taliesin in afternoon.

1940, May 8

Miss Gealy went home for Whitsuntide holiday. Miss Crosbie visited school to discuss arrangements for Whit: holiday.

1940, May 10

School closed in afternoon as Mr Hughes school has holiday for good attendance. Also closed from 10th-20th May for Whitsuntide holiday.

1940, May 11

Whitsuntide holiday cancelled by Government on account of International situation.

1940, May 14

School reassembled with 15 on Roll, five having returned to L’pool.

1940, May 15

Chelsea Students visited for Physical Training.

1940, May 16

Miss Gealy at Talybont.

1940, May 17

Miss Tonson visited Talybont in afternoon.

1940, May 20

Fifteen children on Roll. School activities centre round Empire Day.

1940, May 21

Miss Gealy at Talybont and Miss Tilston spent afternoon at Taliesin.

1940, May 23

Miss Gealy at Talybont. Mrs Jones (Llonio) visited school in afternoon.

1940, May 24

Miss Tonson visited Talybont during afternoon.

1940, May 27

Fourteen children on Roll. Audrey Wright transferred to Llanbadarn. Mrs Wright finished duty at Taliesin and services transferred to Llanbadarn.

1940, May 29

Miss Tonson received permission to return to Liverpool for week-end from the Director, Mr Lewis.

1940, May 30

Miss Tilston Gealy at Talybont.

1940, May 31

Half-day holiday granted for good attendance during May. Miss Tonson left for Liverpool.

1940, June 3

Fifteen children on Roll. Fred Brown returned from Liverpool. Dr Beaven visited.

1940, June 4

Miss Tonson returned from week-end leave of absence.

1940, June 7-10

School closed for long week end. Miss Gealy and Miss Tilston spent week-end at home. Miss Tonson remained in area.

1940, June 11

Fourteen children on Roll. Dorothy and Derek Griffin returned from Liverpool. Margaret Owen transferred from Penrhyncoch. Miss Gealy at Talybont during each morning sessions and at Taliesin during each afternoon until further notice.

1940, June 17

Fourteen children on Roll.

1940, June 19

Mr Owen (H.M.I) visited school to consult as to Air Raid Precautions. Was decided to take regular practice of chn dispersing into adjacent woods.

1940, June 20

Air Raid practice. Chn’s dispersal into adjacent woods took 4 minutes.

1940, June 21

Miss Tonson visited Talybont. Air Raid Practice taken here - 5 minutes. Also practice in Taliesin.

1940, June 23

Fourteen children on Roll. Ronald and Stanley Hughes on holiday in L’pool.

1940, June 27

Miss Tonson attended meeting of Head Teachers at Aberystwyth to discus Air Raid Precautions in Rural Areas. Inspector’s decision to scatter into woods confirmed. Emergency measures in case of no warning - children to shelter under desks ranged under windows - to scatter into woods as soon as practicable.

1940, June 28

Miss Legge notified Chelsea Students end of Term. Air-raid dispersal practice.

1940, July 1

Fourteen children on Roll. Ronald and Stanley Hughes returned.

1940, July 5

Miss Tonson visited Talybont.

1940, July 8

Fourteen children on Roll. Miss Tonson at Talybont.

1940, July 9

Dr Beavan visited to notify intention of immunising chn against Diptheria on July 12th. Announced by Board of Education that chn are to remain indoors in air-raid.

1940, July 11

Air Raid practice. Chn under seats ranged against wall.

1940, July 12

Dr Beavan visited school and immunised five children, viz, Sheila Jordan, Edith Bradburn, Catherine Farrell, Donald McConchie, Geoffrey Murgatroyd. Miss Tonson visited Talybont.

1940, July 15

Fourteen children on Roll.

1940, July 16

Miss Tonson visited Talybont to interview doctor re. Joan Thompson. Doctor of opinion that Joan must be sent into fresh air at break.

1940, July 17

Miss Tonson attended meeting at Education Office to arrange about holidays. It was decided that Miss Gealy should go from July 20-Aug 23rd, Miss Tilston from July 26th-Aug 30th and Miss Tonson from Aug 23rd-Sept 27th. Permission was also obtained from Director of Education to take the Taliesin school up to Talybont on Friday 19th to see an entertainment of Conjuring and Ventriloquist given by Mr Mitchell.

1940, July 18

Miss Tonson went to Talybont to arrange for entertainment.

1940, July 19

Children taken up to join children from Welsh school and Anfield children at Talybont for entertainment. Vote of thanks recorded to Mr Mitchell for entertainment.

1940, July 22

Fourteen children on Roll.

1940, July 23

Dr Beavan visited to make arrangement for second inoculation during holidays.

1940, July 25

Representative of Milk Marketing Board called to arrange for daily milk for children.

1940, July 26

School visited by Mrs Jones, Llonio, who presented the children with chocolate bars. School closed at noon for Midsummer Holiday - July 26th-Sept 2nd.

1940, July 29-Aug. 2

Miss Tonson teaching in Talybont school - Miss Tilston on holiday.

1940, Aug. 23

Miss Gealy returned from holiday. Miss Tonson started her holiday. Miss Gealy in charge.

1940, Aug. 30

Dr Bevan visited homes of 3 children to give 2nd immunisation against diptheria, viz Sheila Jordan, Geoffrey Murgatroyd & Donald McConchie.

1940, Aug. 31

Miss Tilston returned to Talybont.

1940, Sept. 2

Miss Gealy & Miss Tilston opened school at Taliesin, Miss Gealy taking charge of the infants, and Miss Tilston the upper section. 14 children on roll.

1940, Sept. 4

Took the children on the afternoon bus to Borth, and returned at 7.0p.m. A most enjoyable afternoon.

1940, Sept. 9

Talybont School opened. Miss Tilston in charge in Talybont. Miss Gealy in charge in Taliesin. 14 children on Roll in Taliesin. Milk did not arrive as expected.

1940, Sept. 10

Mr T. Owen H.M.I visited Taliesin School to see about reorganisation of rooms for classes.

1940, Sept. 12

As a result of the H.M.I’s visit a change in rooms made. Liverpool school now in smallest classroom owing to the small numbers.

1940, Sept. 16

14 children on Roll. Miss Tonson returned from three weeks holiday.

1940, Sept. 17

Miss Gealy at Talybont all day Tuesday and Thursday - morning session Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Milk not sent from Marketing Board.

1940, Sept. 20

Miss Tonson visited Talybont in afternoon.

1940, Sept. 23

Fifteen children on Roll - Gladys Magee admitted.

1940, Sept. 25

Children supplied with Milk from Milk Marketing Board.

1940, Sept. 26

Letter from Dr Beavan sanctioning Kenneth Mann’s attendance at school.

1940, Sept. 27

Miss Tonson visited Talybont.

1940, Sept. 30

Fifteen children on Roll.

1940, Oct. 2

Chelsea Students visited and took Physical Training. With exception of Wed and Fri. afternoon Miss Gealy continuously at Talybont taking charge of Inft class.

1940, Oct. 4

Miss Tonson visited Talybont.

1940, Oct. 7

16 children on Roll + 4 Private Evacuees. David Parrish transferred from Talybont.

1940, Oct. 9

Chelsea Students visited for P.T.

1940, Oct. 10

Milk did not arrive.

1940, Oct. 14

Sixteen children on Roll + 5 private evacuees on Roll of Local School.

1940, Oct. 16

Chelsea Students attended for Physical Training. Week-end leave of absence for Staff granted by Mr Williams.

1940, Oct. 17

School closed at 3 p m - Talybont Fair.

1940, Oct. 18

Miss Gealy going home for week-end.

1940, Oct. 21

Sixteen children on Roll + 5 private evacuees on Roll of local school.

1940, Oct. 22

The Director of Education visited Mr Hughes and spoke a few words to L’pool children.

1940, Oct. 23

Chelsea Students visited for Physical Training - Miss Legge, their Principal, accompanying them.

1940, Oct. 24

Miss Crosbie, Anfield Middle Girls’ visited in the afternoon.

1940, Oct. 25

Miss Tilston going home for week-end.

1940, Oct. 28

Fifteen children on Roll + 5 private evacuees. Gladys Magee returned to L’pool. Miss Tilston returns from week-end leave of absence. The Director of Education visited school to arrange for Miss Tonson’s return to Liverpool. It was decided that Miss Gealy should take charge in Taliesin and Miss Tilston in Talybont. Mr Hughes was asked by Director to take any children over eight years of age, that might come from Liverpool; and Mr Evans agreed to take all children nine years and over, from Liverpool school at Talybont, into his school.

1940, Oct. 30

Chelsea Students attended to take Physical Training. Miss Tonson visited Talybont.

1940, Oct. 31

Miss Gealy at Taliesin.

1940, Nov. 1

School closed for afternoon session - attendance holiday. Miss Tonson leaves for Liverpool.

1940, Nov. 4

Fifteen children on Roll + 5 private evacuees.

1940, Nov. 5

Dr Beavan visited school. Inquired about some children but did not examine any.

1940, Nov. 6

Chelsea Students visited for Physical Training.

1940, Nov. 7

Letter from Cardiganshire Education Committee asking for no. of Liverpool children in Taliesin School.

1940, Nov. 8

Dr Beavan visited school in the afternoon and examined all the children as well as testing their eyes.

1940, Nov. 11

Fifteen children on roll + 4 private evacuees. Ronald Hattrell returned to London.

1940, Nov. 13

Chelsea Student attended for Physical Training.

1940, Nov. 14

Letter from Cardiganshire Education Committee stating that all private evacuees taught by Liverpool teachers should be put on the Liverpool registers separated, however, from the list of official evacuees. Names of the private evacuees are therefore put down in red ink.

1940, Nov. 18

Fifteen children on roll + 4 private evacuees.

1940, Nov. 20

Chelsea students did not visit for Physical Training.

1940, Nov. 22

Miss Crosbie, Anfield Middle Girls visited the school. She inquired if there were any books needed for the Juniors and left a Scheme of Work with Miss Tilston.

1940, Nov. 25

A whole day’s holiday on account of Aberystwyth’s annual fair.

1940, Nov. 27

Chelsea students visited for Physical Training. This was the last lesson for this term.

1940, Nov. 29

Miss Gealy visited Talybont school.

1940, Dec. 4

Miss Crosby rang up to inquire about a boy supposed to be in Taliesin or Talybont school.

1940, Dec. 6

Miss Gealy visited Talybont.

1940, Dec. 10

Miss Crosby phoned to say about the arrangements for the holidays.

1940, Dec. 11

Miss Gealy visited Miss Tilston to make arrangements for childrens Xmas party.

1940, Dec. 19

In the afternoon children attended a party given by Mrs David Evans J.P. to the children of Taliesin School. All had a very enjoyable time.

1940, Dec. 20

Mrs Jones Llonio visited school in the morning to distribute sweets amongst the children. In the afternoon Miss Gealy took her class to Talybont school where a party was given for both Talybont and Taliesin evacuees together. The party ended with games and carol singing which the children thoroughly enjoyed. School broke up for the Xmas holidays to re-open again on January 6th 1941.

1941, Jan. 6

School re-opened after Xmas Holidays. 17 children on roll + 3 private evacuees. Frank and Amy Mitchell transferred from Talybont.

1941, Jan. 8

Owing to a burst pipe part of the school-room was flooded. Desks were moved and we were able to go on with the work.

1941, Jan. 13

Seventeen children on Roll + 3 private evacuees.

1941, Jan. 15

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training for the first time this term.

1941, Jan. 20

No school all day because of the snow.

1941, Jan. 21

School held but only 6 children in class. 17 children on roll + 3 private evacuees.

1941, Jan. 22

Chelsea students did not visit for Physical Training owing to the snow.

1941, Jan. 24

Attendance for the week poor owing to the bad weather.

1941, Jan. 27

17 children on roll + 3 private evacuees. Stanley and Ronnie Hughes still on holiday in Liverpool.

1941, Jan. 29

Student visited for Physical Training. Took the children to Welsh Infants classroom in the afternoon as usual class-room was needed by the doctor for innoculating local children and babies. Two from my class - Gertrude Owen and Betty Stevens innoculated.

1941, Feb. 3

17 children on roll + 3 private evacuees. Stanley and Ronnie Hughes returned from Liverpool.

1941, Feb. 5

Chelsea student visited for P.T and took it indoors owing to unfavourable weather.

1941, Feb. 7

Moved rooms in preparation for arrival of new evacuees from Liverpool.

1941, Feb. 10

17 children on roll + 4 private evacuees. Trevor Jones from Manchester transferred from Welsh register.

1941, Feb. 11

Arrival of 36 children from Westminster Rd School Liverpool. 15 children sent to Bontgoch, 15 to Talybont and 6 to Taliesin.

1941, Feb. 12

The 6 children from Westminster Rd attend school. They are 3 boys and 3 girls ages ranging from 6-11.

1941, Feb. 13

Miss Jones, Headmistress of Westminster Rd Infants and Mr Williams Assistant Director under the Aberystwyth Education Authority visit school. Miss Jones inquires about the children and mentions that there may be more coming to Taliesin from Bontgoch.

1941, Feb. 17

23 Liverpool children on roll + 4 private evacuees.

1941, Feb. 19

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, Feb. 20

Informed by a Borth lady that clothes for newly evacuated children are obtainable at Aberystwyth.

1941, Feb. 21

Frank and Amy Mitchell away with measles all the week.

1941, Feb. 24

23 Liverpool children on roll + 4 private evacuees.

1941, Feb. 26

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training. Eight children innoculated by an Aberystwyth doctor. Miss Gealy received clothes from the W.V.S headquarters in Aberystwyth for the Westminster Rd children.

1941, March 3

23 Liverpool children on roll + 4 private evacuees.

1941, March 5

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, March 7

Filled in free milk form for Westminster Rd children.

1941, March 10

23 Liverpool children on roll + 4 private evacuees.

1941, March 12

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, March 13

Director of Education visited the school to talk to the children about the Cardiganshire War Weapons Week.

1941, March 15

Miss Gealy took Pamela Carine to Aberystwyth Infirmary to be examined by the Liverpool oculist. Frank Mitchell and Gertrude Owen also taken by their mothers.

1941, March 17

21 Liverpool children on roll + 5 private evacuees. Shirley Fothergill a Cardiff evacuee transferred from Welsh school. Two Westminster Rd children - Sylvia Lewis (12) and Robert Ankers (10) transferred to the Welsh school.

1941, March 18

Miss Crosby visited Taliesin school and made inquiries about the childrens’ work.

1941, March 19

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, March 20

Miss Wilson from Liverpool visited the school, having brought some children to Goginan the previous day. Remarked how well the children looked and how they had grown.

1941, March 24

21 Liverpool children on roll + 5 private evacuees.

1941, March 26

Chelsea student did not visit for Physical Training the College having closed for the holidays. P. T taken by Miss Gealy. Aberystwyth doctor visited school and innoculated 8 Liverpool children for the second time.

1941, March 31

23 children on roll + 5 private evacuees. Sylvia Lewis and Robert Ankers still taught by Welsh school but put back on Liverpool register.

1941, April 3-4

Miss Gealy away from school ill. Class taken by Miss Briggs from Talybont.

1941, April 7

23 children on roll + 5 private evacuees.

1941, April 10

School breaks up at midday for the Easter holidays. Re-opening April 21st 1941.

1941, April 21

School re-opens after holidays. 22 Liverpool children + 6 private evacuees. David Parrish left having gone to live in Caernarvon. Ann Stevens, a private evacuee admitted.

1941, April 23

Dr Bevan visited school to see if the children were free from scabies. All the children well.

1941, April 28

22 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees. 3 London evacuees admitted - George, William & Ronald Bonner.

1941, April 29

The Director of Education paid a visit to Taliesin school. He inquired about the ages of the children and suggested that the older children should be taken by the Welsh school. He also suggested that two of the desks should be prepared.

1941, May 1

Children gathered primroses which were sent to Miss Marsh and Miss Tonson.

1941, May 5

22 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, May 8

Miss Crosby visited school and inquired if there was anything needed. Miss Crosby returns to Liverpool on May 10th.

1941, May 12

22 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, May 13

Received letter from Miss Marsh who thanked the children for the flowers they sent.

1941, May 16

Some of the children taking part in the Trerddol Eisteddfod (Competitive Concert).

1941, May 19

22 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, May 22

No fire in school.

1941, May 26

22 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, May 30

School breaks up for Whitsun holiday. Extra afternoon given for attendance. School re-opens June 9th.

1941, June 9

School re-opens after Whitsun holiday. 24 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees. 3 Liverpool boys - Leslie Harrison, Alan Birch and Norman Griesdale admitted.

1941, June 11

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training taking first the Infant Group and then the Junior Group.

1941, June 16

24 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, June 17

Dr Bevan called in school to deliver medical cards to the new children. She did not examine any children.

1941, June 18

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, June 23

25 Liverpool children on roll + 10 private evacuees. 2 new children admitted :- Geoffrey Jones - a Liverpool boy. Sheila Harvard - a London girl.

1941, June 25

Chelsea student visited for Physical Training.

1941, June 27

Made arrangements to take Edith Bradburn to visit the Liverpool dentist at Aberystwyth.

1941, June 30

25 Liverpool children on roll + 10 private evacuees. Edith Bradburn visited dentist and had 4 teeth extracted.

1941, July 2

Chelsea student did not visit for Physical Training as the College had broken up for the summer holidays.

1941, July 7

25 Liverpool children on roll + 10 private evacuees.

1941, July 8

Miss Sayers comes to Taliesin to assist Miss Gealy.

1941, July 9

Class divided in two sections - Miss Sayers taking the Juniors and Miss Gealy the Infants.

1941, July 14

26 Liverpool children on roll + 10 private evacuees. Malcolm Hunt age 11 admitted - Anfield Rd boy.

1941, July 18

Mrs Pickerel visited the school to deliver a lecture to the Junior & Senior children on Temperance.

1941, July 21

25 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees. Pamela Carine returned to Liverpool. Also Sheila Harvard a private evacuee moved to Newcastle.

1941, July 25

Mr Owen, the Aberystwyth H.M.I visited the school. He watched the children at work and discussed winter clothing for the children with Miss Sayers and Miss Gealy.

1941, July 28

25 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees.

1941, Aug. 1

School closes for Summer Holidays. School re-opens Sept 1st.

1941, Sept. 1

School re-opens after Summer Holidays. 25 Liverpool children on roll + 9 private evacuees. Miss Sayers taking the Junior Section, Miss Gealy taking the Infants.

1941, Sept. 8

24 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees. Leslie Harrison returned to Liverpool and Trevor Jones to Manchester.

1941, Sept. 10

Alan Birch ordered to stay at home by the nurse because of scabies.

1941, Sept. 15

24 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees.

1941, Sept. 22

24 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees. School visited by Mr Lloyd one of the Liverpool H.M.I’s.

1941, Sept. 24

8 Westminster Rd children evacuated to Bontgoch joined this class. Miss Jackson their teacher came with them. Juniors joined Junior Class and Infants joined the Infants.

1941, Oct. 1

31 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees.

1941, Oct. 3

School breaks up for a week’s holiday during which the children help with local potato picking (Oct 6th - Oct 10th).

1941, Oct. 13

School re-opens after holiday. 29 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees. Frank Barnby and David Barnby returned to Liverpool.

1941, Oct. 16

Dr Bevan visited school and called to see Alan Birch who re-started school on Oct 15th.

1941, Oct. 20

27 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees. Geoffrey Jones and Malcolm Hunt transferred to Talybont. Took 2 children to Talybont to see nurse. Both had mumps and ordered to stay away.

1941, Oct. 22

6 children away with mumps. Local nurse visits class and makes enquiries about children in general.

1941, Oct. 27

25 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees. Edward, Theresa and Patricia Hankin returned to Liverpool. Patricia not on register.

1941, Nov. 3

25 Liverpool children on roll + 8 private evacuees.

1941, Nov. 7

Dentist visits school & inspects the childrens teeth.

1941, Nov. 10

23 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Frank and Amy Mitchell returned to Liverpool. Jean Hatfield returned to London. Dr Bevan visited the school and examined the children for scabies. There were no children with scabies, but 2 with impetigo were given ointment.

1941, Nov. 17

23 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Mr Hughes the Welsh Headmaster passed away suddenly. School closed for a fortnight on account of mumps.

1941, Dec. 1

School re-opened after holiday. 23 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1941, Dec. 4

Miss Sayer & Miss Gealy visited Aberystwyth after school to buy presents for the children in readiness for the Xmas party.

1941, Dec. 8

23 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1941, Dec. 9

4 children sat Review Scholarship Examination.

1941, Dec. 15

23 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1941, Dec. 18

Xmas party, games & presents given for the children. Mrs Griffen, Mr Parry & Mrs Jones invited to the party. Children performed play for the visitors.

1941, Dec. 19

School dismissed for Xmas holidays. Miss Sayer recalled to Liverpool.

1942, Jan. 5

School re-opened after Xmas holidays. Miss Gealy in charge. 22 children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Kenneth Barwise returned to Liverpool. Temporary headmistress in the Welsh school.

1942, Jan. 9

6 children away during the week not having returned from their Xmas holiday in L’Pool.

1942, Jan. 12

22 children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, Jan. 15

Local nurse called to inspect the children. All free from sores and quite clean.

1942, Jan. 19

22 children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, Jan. 21

Mr Owen H.M.I visited the school.

1942, Jan. 26

22 children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, Jan. 30

Newly appointed headmaster of the Welsh school visited class.

1942, Feb. 2

19 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Sylvia, June and Jimmy Lewis returned to Liverpool. Father and mother came for them.

1942, Feb. 5

Class visited by Mrs Evans C.C. Told class of proposed party.

1942, Feb. 6

Class visited by Mrs Jones Llonio.

1942, Feb. 9

19 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, Feb. 12

Class visited by Mrs & Miss Jones Llonio.

1942, Feb. 16

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Norman Griesdale and Alan Birch taken off register, not having returned since the Xmas holiday.

1942, Feb. 23

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Lilian, Robert and Herbert Ankers back in L’Pool for a holiday.

1942, March 2

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. Children invited to St David’s Day concert in Welsh School.

1942, March 6

George Bonner a private evacuee from London trying the Scholarship Examination at Talybont School.

1942, March 9

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. George Bonner transferred to Welsh class until Easter.

1942, March 16

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, March 20

Trerddol Eisteddfod - children competing.

1942, March 23

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, March 30

17 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, April 1

Robert Herbert and Lilian Ankers who have not returned from their holiday in L’Pool taken off register. Also Stanley and Ronnie Hughes.

1942, April 2

School breaks up for Easter Holiday. Re-opening April 13th 1942.

1942, April 13

School re-opens after Easter holiday. 12 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, April 27

12 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, April 24

Class moves into Welsh school to share a class-room with Miss Owen’s class.

1942, April 27

12 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees.

1942, April 30

Miss Parker comes to Taliesin to take charge. Miss Gealy leaving.

1942, May 22

12 Liverpool children on roll + 7 private evacuees. School breaking up for Whitsun.

1942, June 1

Visit of Doctor Beavan. Tested the children’s eyes.

1942, June 11

Ian Cameron & Catherine Farrell visit the Eye Specialist in Aberystwyth.

1942, June 12

11 Liverpool evacuees + 7 private evacuees. Geoffrey Murgatroyd returned to Liverpool. Sports Day.

1942, June 19

11 Liverpool + 6 private evacuees. Shirley Fothergill returned to Cardiff.

1942, June 26

11 Liverpool chn on roll + 6 private evacuees.

1942, July 16

9 Liverpool chn + 6 private evacuees on Roll. Mr Byron Lloyd (Dentist) paid a visit to the school. Following chn had teeth out. W. Bonner, I. Cameron, F. Brown, J. Douglas, Pat Douglas.

1942, July 31

9 Liverpool chn + 6 private evacuees on Roll. School breaks up for three weeks holiday. Re-opens August 24th.

1942, Sept. 17

Mrs Pickerell visited the school to give a talk on Temperance and Safety First.

1942, Oct. 2

7 Liverpool children + 6 private evacuees. Ian Cameron and Donald McConchie returned to Liverpool to start at Anfield Rd after the holiday. School broke up for the October holidays to re-open again on October 19th.

1942, Nov. 16

7 Liverpool children + 6 private evacuees on roll. Collection started for Prisoners of War Fund. (Evacuees making woollen dolls and selling them)

1942, Nov. 23

School having a day’s holiday for "Hiring Fair".

1942, Dec. 3

Mr & Mrs Evans visited the school.

1942, Dec. 17

Evacuee’s party held in the Mission Room, Taliesin. Miss Tilston brought the Talybont children to join the party.

1942, Dec. 18

School closing for Xmas holiday at dinner-time. Half-holiday for good attendance during November.

1943, Jan. 4

School re-opened. On Roll - 7 L’pool + 6 London evacuees.

1943, Jan. 25

Mrs Richards away (doctor ordered a week’s rest). Miss Isaac taking top class. Miss Parker taking Welsh Infants class and evacuees divided between the three classes.

1943, Jan. 27-28

Dentist visited Welsh school.

1943, Jan. 29

School closed Friday afternoon to celebrate the winning of the attendance banner for December.

1943, Feb. 3

Mrs Richards returned to school.

1943, Feb. 9

Local nurse called to inspect children.

1943, Feb. 26

In the afternoon, children were entertained by the Welsh school - songs, dances etc for St David’s Day.

1943, March 1

Holiday for St David’s Day.

1943, March 2

Nurse called to inspect the children.

1943, March 3

Miss White (H.M.I.) called to see the school in the afternoon.

1943, March 4

Mrs Richards away at a W.V.S. meeting. Miss Parker took both classes. Mr Lewis (Director) called at school.

1943, March 5

Christopher Hunter (evacuated from Liverpool) trying the Scholarship examination at Rhydypennau School.

1943, March 26

Miss Parker leaving. Miss Tilston comes to Taliesin to take charge.

1943, March 29

13 children on roll.

1943, April 1

London children entered on local school register. Miss Tilston in charge of 13 chn. 6 London + 7 Liverpool chn.

1943, April 9

11 chn on roll. Gertrude and Margaret Owen have returned to Liverpool with their mother.

1943, April 21

Visit from school nurse.

1943, April 22

School closed for Easter holiday - 3rd May. George Bonner returned to London to enter a Technical School where he gained a scholarship. Miss Tilston went home for the holiday. 10 chn on roll.

1943, May 3

School re-opened with 10 chn on roll. 5 London + 5 Liverpool. chn.

1943, May 12

Nurse inspected chn. Good report.

1943, May 24

School Attendance Holiday.

1943, May 28

10 chn on roll.

1943, June 11

School closed for Whitsun Holiday 11th - 21st June.

1943, June 21

School re-opened. 10 on roll.

1943, June 25

Fred’k Brown and Christopher Hunter returned to Liverpool. 3 Liverpool chn on roll + 5 London chn.

1943, June 30

Miss Isaac & Miss Tilston took evacuees and local school infants to Borth for afternoon. Trip provided by Mrs David Evans.

1943, July 1

3 L’pool chn + 5 London chn on roll.

1943, July -

Wm Bonner & R. Bonner returned to London.

1943, July 14

Dr Bevan called to examine chn.

1943, July 30

School closed for Summer Vacation. 3 L’pool & 3 London chn.

1943, Aug. 30

School re-opened.

1943, Sept. 1

Miss Tilston went to Blackpool for an interview on 2nd Sept. Granted 3 days leave of absence by Director of Education.

1943, Sept. 30

Miss Tilston left for Blackpool.




This is the end of the log book, although there is a transcript of some billeting form written in at the rear of the book:

Forms EV.42 Re Billeting Forms.

A form in duplicate should be prepared & sent to the Billeting Local Authority for each child admitted to the school who is accommodated under the Government Evacuation Scheme (not with parent).

Also notify Billeting Local Authority of all unaccompanied children who leave school. Date & reason for leaving school should be stated.

Also names of absentees whose return home is known should also be notified.



Ceredigion Archives, Cardiganshire LEA records, 80A


Unigolion a enwyd.

Individuals named.

Disgyblion

Pupils

Children in the school before 11 Feb. 1941 are likely to be either from Anfield Road or private evacuees. Six Westminster Road children arrived 11 Feb. 1941 and a further eight on 24 Sept. 1941.

Lilian Ankers of Liverpool, 23 Feb. 1941, 1 April 1942
Robert Ankers of Westminster Road School, 17 March1941, 31 March 1941, 23 Feb. 1942
Herbert Ankers of Liverpool, 23 Feb. 1942
David Barnby of Liverpool, 13 Oct. 1941
Frank Barnby of Liverpool, 13 Oct. 1941
Kenneth Barwise of Liverpool, 5 Jan. 1942
Alan Birch of Liverpool, 9 June 1941, 10 Sept. 1941, 15 Oct. 1941, 16 Feb. 1942
George Bonner of London, 28 April 1941, 6 March 1942, 9 March 1942, 22 April 1943
William Bonner of London, 28 April 1941, 16 July 1942, July 1943
Ronald Bonner of London, 28 April 1941, July 1943
Edith Bradburn of Liverpool, 12 July 1940, 27 June 1941, 30 June 1941
Frederick Brown of Liverpool, 3 June 1940, 16 July 1942, 25 June 1943
Ian Cameron of Liverpool, 30 April 1940, 11 June 1942, 16 July 1942, 2 Oct. 1942
Pamela Carine of Liverpool, 2 April 1940, 10 April 1940, 15 March 1941, 21 July 1941
J. Douglas, 16 July 1942
Pat Douglas, 16 July 1942
Catherine Farrell, 12 July 1940, 11 June 1942
Shirley Fothergill of Cardiff, 17 March 1941, 19 June 1942
Norman Griesdale of Liverpool, 9 June 1941, 16 Feb. 1942
Derek Griffin of Liverpool, 11 June 1940
Dorothy Griffin of Liverpool, 11 June 1940
Gordon Hailwood, 3 May 1940
Edward Hankin of Liverpool, 27 Oct. 1941
Patricia Hankin of Liverpool, 27 Oct. 1941
Theresa Hankin of Liverpool, 27 Oct. 1941
Leslie Harrison of Liverpool, 9 June 1941, 8 Sept. 1941
Sheila Harvard of London, 23 June 1941, 21 July 1941
Jean Hatfield of London, 10 Nov. 1941
Ronald Hattrell of London, 11 Nov. 1940
Robert Herbert of Liverpool, 1 April 1942
Ronald Hughes of Liverpool, 23 June 1940, 1 July 1940, 27 Jan. 1941, 3 Feb. 1941, 1 April 1942
Stanley Hughes of Liverpool, 23 June 1940, 1 July 1940, 27 Jan. 1941, 3 Feb. 1941, 1 April 1942
Malcolm Hunt of Anfield Road School, 14 July 1941, 20 Oct. 1941
Christopher Hunter of Liverpool, 22 April 1940, 5 March 1943, 25 June 1943
Geoffrey Jones of Liverpool, 23 June 1941, 20 Oct. 1941
John Jones, 10 April 1940
Trevor Jones of Manchester, 10 Feb. 1941, 8 Sept. 1941
Sheila Jordan, 12 July 1940, 30 Aug. 1940
Jimmy Lewis of Liverpool, 2 Feb. 1942
June Lewis of Liverpool, 2 Feb. 1942
Sylvia Lewis of Westminster Road School, 17 March 1941, 31 March 1941, 2 Feb. 1942
Gladys Magee of Liverpool, 23 Sept. 1940, 28 Oct. 1940
Kenneth Mann, 26 Sept. 1940
Donald McConchie of Liverpool, 12 July 1940, 30 Aug. 1940, 2 Oct. 1942
Amy Mitchell of Liverpool, 6 Jan. 1941, 21 Feb. 1941, 10 Nov. 1941
Frank Mitchell of Liverpool, 6 Jan. 1941, 21 Feb. 1941, 15 March 1941, 10 Nov. 1941
Ray. Morgan, 28 Nov. 1939
Geoffrey Murgatroyd of Liverpool, 12 July 1940, 30 Aug. 1940, 12 June 1942
Gertrude Owen of Liverpool, 29 Jan. 1941, 15 March 1941, 9 April 1943
Margaret Owen of Liverpool, 11 June 1940, 9 April 1943
David Parrish, 7 Oct. 1940, 21 April 1941
Marjorie Riley, 3 May 1940
Ann Stevens, 21 April 1941
Betty Stevens, 29 Jan. 1941
Joan Thompson, 16 July 1940
Audrey Wright, 30 April 1940, 27 May 1940

Athrawon

Teachers

The nine teachers that came from Liverpool on 1 Sept. 1939 are almost certainly the same nine as are named on 11 Sept. 1939. The dates given below are the first and last mention in the log book.

Miss Aspinwall of Anfield Road School, 11 Sept.-9 Nov. 1939
Miss Barker of Anfield Road School, 11-19 Sept. 1939
Miss Briggs of Tal-y-bont School, 3-4 April 1941
Miss Crosby of Anfield Middle Girls School, 24 Oct. 1940-10 May 1941
Miss Davies, supervisor of Chelsea PT students, 28 Feb. 1940
Mr Evans, (?)headmaster of Tal-y-bont School, 28 Oct. 1940
Miss Gealy of Anfield Road School, 11 Sept. 1939-30 April 1942
Miss H. S. Graham, 11 Sept. 1939-21 March 1940
Miss Hall, 11 Sept. 1939-4 April 1940
Mr Hughes, headmaster of Llangynfelyn School, 17 Nov. 1941
Miss Isaac of Llangynfelyn School, 25 Jan. 1943
Miss Jackson (?)of Westminster Road, 24 Sept. 1941
Miss Jones, headmistress of Westminster Road Infants School, 13 Feb. 1941
Miss Legge, principal of the Chelsea Physical Training School, 28 June-23 Oct. 1940
Miss M. E. Marsh, head teacher of Anfield Road School, 11 Sept. 1939-31 Jan. 1940
Miss Marsh of Anfield Road School, sister of Miss M. E. Marsh, 18 Dec. 1939-13 March 1941
Miss Mattinson of Liverpool, 30 Nov.-1 Dec. 1939
Miss Owen of Llangynfelyn School, 24 April 1942
Miss Parker of Anfield Road School, 30 April 1942-26 March 1943
Mrs Richards of Llangynfelyn School, 25 Jan.-3 Feb. 1943
Miss Sayer(s) of Anfield Road School, 8 July-19 Dec. 1941
Miss Tilston of Anfield Road School, 4 April 1940-30 Sept. 1943
Miss Tonson of Anfield Road School, 11 Sept. 1939-1 Nov. 1940
Miss Wilson of Anfield Road School, 11 Sept. 1939-20 March 1941
Miss Wright of Anfield Road School, 11-13 Sept. 1939

Eraill

Others

Dr Beavan (Bevan), SMO, 28 Nov. 1940-14 June 1943
Miss Curtis, Chelsea PT student, 1-15 Nov. 1939
Mr & Mrs Eaves, 14 Dec. 1939, 22 Dec. 1939, 16 Feb. 1940
Councillor Mrs Evans, Mr & Mrs Evans, Mrs David Evans JP, 7 Nov. 1939-30 June 1943
Miss Goodwin, Chelsea PT student, 7 Feb. 1940
Miss Grant, Chelsea PT student, 31 Jan. 1940
Dr Jones, 27 Nov. 1939
Miss Jones, Chelsea PT student, 6 Dec. 1939-28 Feb. 1940
Mr, Mrs and Miss Jones of Llonio, Llangynfelyn, 22 Dec. 1939-12 Feb. 1942
Mr Lewis, director of education, 12 Sept. 1939-4 March 1943
Mr Lloyd, Liverpool HMI, 22 Sept. 1941
Mr T. Owen, HMI, 9 Sept. 1939-10 Sept. 1940
Mrs Pickerel, 18 July 1941-17 Sept. 1942
Mr Roberts, school dentist, 6 Nov. 1939
Mr Smith, HMI, 9 Sept. 1940
Miss White, HMI, 6 Nov. 1939-3 March 1943
Dr Williams, 5 April 1940
Mr Williams, assistant director of the Aberystwyth Education Authority [sic], 16 Oct. 1940-13 Feb. 1941
Miss Wilson of Liverpool, 20 March 1941


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