HC Deb 28 July 1891 vol 356 c554
MR. MUNDELLA (Sheffield, Brightside)

I beg to ask the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education if he is aware of the large deficiency of accommodation in the elementary schools of Colchester; and if he has taken any steps to secure the additional supply of school places in that borough which has been rendered necessary by the considerable increase of population?


The Inspector of the district made a representation to the Department on the subject a few days ago, and, upon receiving from the Registrar General the exact figures of the recent Census, inquiry will be made into the sufficiency of the present school supply.