Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]
|Recommended for report to the Mental Health Committee under Sec. 57 (3)||2|
|Sec. 57 (5)||—|
|Classed as Educationally Subnormal Pupils||>7|
|No disability of mind||4|
|For re-examination after a period||'»|
EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS.
Twelve boys were examined in accordance with the Bye-laws
and found to be fit for employment. Six children were also examined
as required by the Employment of Children in Entertainments
Provisional Amending Rules, 1945.
Medical Inspection of Pupils Attending Maintained Primary and Secondary Schools. (Regulations 49(2) of the Handicapped Pupils and School Health Service Regulations, 1945).
|A. Routine Medical Inspections:—|
|(1) Number of Inspections:|
|Second Age Group||1.035|
|Third Age Group||1.254|
|(2) Number of other Routine Inspections 254 Grand Total||3,604|
|B. Other Inspections.|
|Number of Special Inspections and Re-Inspections||1,795|
|Inspections in Secondary Schools 1/1/45 to 31/3/45||125|