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WELSH !N CARDIFF SCHOOLS. Compulsory in Standard I. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. The Welsh Language Sub-committee of the Cardiff Education SomtaittBB mot on Mondav, Alderman Carey presiding over an attendance which included the Mayor (Alderman Robert Hughes), AldermanE. Thomas, Councillor Lewis Morgan, Councillor Cbappell, and Councillor Crossman. Mr I. V. Evans, inspector, reported that a complete census bad been taken on the question of teaching Welsh in the schools, the result showing 8,546 for and 10,791 against the subject. The inspector reported- If the Education Committee desire that Welsh be given the name prominence as other subjects on the curricula of our scbbols, and if they wish the teaching of this subject to be placed on a permanent and sati ofactory basis, they should make it a class subject, which even- tually will be taught to all children attending our schools. The optional plan, which was tried by the late School Board, proved a constant source of disorganisation in the schoola. Chil- dren studying Welsh from time to time asked to discontinue the subject; others wished to take it up; ball classes were left without teachers, whilst with few exceptions the Welsh clauses bad no proper classroom accommodation. In the resnlt the subject became very unpopular with most of the head teachers, and was looked upon by many of the most ardent Welsh assistant teachers as undesirable labour, because they had to work under unfavourable conditions compared with their Englisb colleagues. Tn the present state of onr teaching staff, to make Welsh com- pulsory throughout would be impossible, but by strengthening oar staff by the addition of six special peripatetic teachers, capable of teacbing Welsh, it could be commenced at once in Stan- dard 1. in all our schools." After a discussion, tbe committee resolved to recommend that Welsh be taken as a compulsory subject In Standard I. in all the Council and non-provided schools, and that the necessary peripatetic teachers be engaged. The Inspector further reported on the beat method of teacbing Welsh in the other standards, bnd tlle consideration of this and other matters contained in tho report. was adjourned. It was resolved, however, that the suggested new arrangement shall not interfere with the present arrangement for teacbing Welsh in all the other standards. it was resolved to recommend that 3ta,w!n& (including brush drawing) and history ba discon- tinued in all girls' schools in Standard I., and that object lessons (elementary science, natare study, etc.) and history be discontinued in all boys' schools in Standard 1., but that English historical readers be retained in all standards as at present.

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