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The Slackening Tide: Bryanston

  • W. A. C. Stewart

Abstract

IN THE first prospectus of Bryanston school, issued before the school opened in January 1928, appears the following state-ment:

The Bryanston scheme has been launched to meet the diffi-culty felt both in this country and in the Dominions of gaining admission to our public schools. … Bryanston will therefore be a new English public school in which provision will be made for applicants from throughout the Empire.

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Notes

  1. 5.
    Kindly lent to the author by R. A. Wake, H.M.I. Fuller treatment can be found in a collection of Coade’s papers compiled by three Bryanston masters entitled The Burning Bow (London, 1966). I have called on this book passim in some of what is here written about Thorold Coade.Google Scholar
  2. 7.
    G. S. Udall, Saga (winter 1959), p. 6.Google Scholar
  3. 9.
    D. R. Wigram, The System of Work at Bryanston School (1947)Google Scholar
  4. 12.
    See ‘The Dalton Plan ’, in The Times Educational Supplement, 2 Aug. 1963, P. 149; H Parkhurst, Education on the Dalton Plan (London, 1923); Google Scholar
  5. E. Dewey, The Dalton Laboratory Plan (London, 1924); Google Scholar
  6. A. J. Lynch, Individual Work and the Dalton Plan (London, 1924);Google Scholar
  7. Adolescent at School, ed. V. Mallinson (London, 1949), ch. vii.Google Scholar

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© W. A. C. Stewart 1972

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