HC Deb 28 February 1911 vol 22 c341W

asked the Home Secretary on how many of the committee of managers administering the forty-three reformatories and the 140 industrial schools of England and Scotland there are women members, giving his reply under the following heads: the thirty-two reformatories for boys; the eleven reformatories for girls; the eighty industrial schools for boys; the fifty-three industrial schools for girls; and the seven induatrial schools for boys and girls?


The following figures compiled from information in the possession of the Department are thought to be approximately correct:—

Boys' reformatories, nil.

Girls' reformatories, five, and one managed by a sisterhood.

Boys' industrial schools, twenty-two, and three managed by sisterhoods.

Girls' industrial schools, forty-one, and twelve managed by sisterhoods.

Mixed industrial schools, two, and two managed by sisterhoods.