or body vermin. As formerly, cases were seen at the School Clinic
after exclusion by nurses or teachers, of which number 63 had nits
and 76 head or body vermin.
(ii) During the year the school nurses made 17,952 individual
investigations, compared with 17,504 in 1925, of which number
198S children were found to have nits only, 131 harboured
nits and head vermin, whilst 6 had verminous bodies and clothing.
278 visits in connection with uncleanliness were made during
For purposes of these inspections the various schools undivided between two school nurses, every school is fully inspected during each term, and the results of these examinations are as follows:—
|School.||Dept.||Nits only.||Nits and Vermin (head)||Body and clothing verminous.|
|C. of E.||Infants||135||7||—|
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