HC Deb 14 July 1903 vol 125 c568

To ask the Secretary to the Board of Education whether, in view of the financial difficulties experienced by the Governors of the Beaumaris County School, owing to inadequate provisions in the Anglesey county scheme under The Welsh Intermediate Education Act, 1889, the Board of Education intend to take steps to remedy the defect, either by means of the powers conferred upon them by the Education Act, 1902, or by some other method.

(Answered by Sir William Anson.) The Board have given the most careful consideration to the financial condition of this school, and have reluctantly come to the conclusion that the case cannot be satisfactorily dealt with until Part II, of the Education Act of last year has come into force in Anglesey.