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Barking 1926

[Report of the School Medical Officer for Barking

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Though no provision had up to the present been made for the
after-care of blind or deaf children or cripples, an after-care Committee
has recently been formed for that purpose.
(18) NURSERY SCHOOLS.
There are no nursery schools in the district.
(19) SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
The only secondary school in the district is the Abbey School,
which comes under the Essex County Council. Arrangements
exist whereby routine inspection is carried out by the School
Medical Officer of the district. No arrangement exists with this
authority either for "following up" or treatment of necessary
cases.

Details of inspections carried out are supplied from the following table:—

Entrants.Intermediates (12 years old.)Leavers. (15 years old.)
Boys.Girls.Boys.Girls.Boys.Girls.
No. examined.517153510
No. referred for Treatment .225168
No. referred for observation.215
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Re-Inspections.

Number re-inspected.Number found to have been treated.
Boy3115
Girls138
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(20) CONTINUATION SCHOOLS.
There are no continuation schools in the district.


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