By G. McCulloch
Tracing the lifetime of Sir Cyril Norwood, one among England's so much well-liked and influential educators, this booklet investigates the old improvement of secondary schooling in England and Wales throughout the early 20th century.
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12 Even worse than all of these faults, in Bryce’s opinion, was the lack of proper ventilation that made them uncomfortable and malodorous. In one country school, Pilling Lane in the township of Preesall, the building was made of mud, with just one room (15 feet high, 13 1/2 feet long, and 6 3/4 feet wide) that had a rough floor composed of small stones embedded in clay and three small windows. ” In the winter there were 30 to 40 pupils. 14 Bryce acknowledged that it was difficult for the trustees and masters of the schools to repair buildings, and even more so to erect new and more suitable school premises.
Arnold himself, whether at the pulpit giving a sermon, or punishing pupils for breaching school Middle Class Education and the State 23 rules. In his role as headmaster and chaplain he is the symbol of the religious and moral authority of the school: “The oak pulpit standing out by itself above the School seats. ”71 It was this image above all that generated and sustained the romanticized ideal of the reformed public school. By the second half of the nineteenth century, then, the public schools had succeeded in imposing themselves as the dominant educational institutions in England.
69 Tom’s first sight of Rugby School evokes its traditions and authority in striking fashion: Tom’s heart beat quick as he passed the great school field or close, with its noble elms, in which several games at foot-ball were going on, and tried to take in at once the long line of grey buildings, beginning with the chapel, and ending with the school-house, the residence of the headmaster, where the great flag was lazily waving from the highest round tower. 70 The key figure in promoting this image of the school is, of course, Dr.