§ 24. Mr. KING
asked the President of the Board of Education if he will state how many halls and how many rooms used for drawing instruction, cookery, domestic economy, organisation, or other purposes, respectively, in London elementary schools are now sanctioned for teaching ordinary classes; and whether it is intended to provide proper class rooms for those children now being educated under makeshift conditions?
I have no statistical information on this subject in regard to the non-provided schools. As regards provided schools, the answer to the hon. Member was given yesterday. The Board have satisfied themselves that in each case the rooms would be satisfactory for ordinary class purposes.