§ MR. A. E. HUTTON (York, W. R., Morley)
I beg to ask the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education, how many of the school places for older scholars provided by schools connected with the National Society or Church of England, Wesleyan schools, Roman Catholic, British, undenominational, and other schools, and Board Schools respectively, for the year ending 31st August 1895, are calculated on an allowance of 8 square feet per child, and how many at 10 square feet per feet per child; and what would be the reduction in total accommodation in each of these classes of schools if all places for older scholars were calculated at 10 square feet?
§ SIR J. GORST
The Committee of Council have no information which would enable them to answer the Question of the hon. Member.