The Etheringtons were turned away from school for a time, the mother having come into the school in a very rude and boisterous way and interfered with the mistress who was punishing her son George Henry for disobedience.
A. Daniel, G H Etherington and Jane Smith in the second class are very much behind in reading.
Frank Raney was given 6p by Mr Clarke for excellent work, Mrs ? gave Emily Russell 2p and Mrs K gave Richard Raney a penny.
The Christmas tree was given by Captain Allenby and his wife from Brinkworth Hall
30th October-6th November
There was an outbreak of measles in the village
William and Agnes Bootland were told this morning by the Rev A J Clarke, the Rector, not to come to our school again, as they had now got a Master at Sutton
28th April (Friday)
Harriet Popplewell was sent home from school on Monday morning because of a sore place on her head
On Thursday afternoon the children left school a little after 3:30pm to attend the funeral of Jane Brown
22nd November 1878
Holiday all week on account of the flood. The water as high as the top of the first step going into the school door
17th January 1879
Several children are absent through sickness or with chilblains on their feet
12th December 1879
George Popplewell died last night after being absent from school less than a fortnight
30th January 1880
Yesterday (Thursday) the children were back after school until 4:45pm for noise and inattention
14th May 1880
Mr Bradley was fined 5s for his son Jabezs, bad attendance at school