HC Deb 26 May 1924 vol 174 c65W

asked the President of the Board of Education whether the new Wesleyan school which was completed at Frome, Somerset, on 13th December, 1923, is now being used for the purpose of elementary education and, if not, why; and whether he has received reports indicating that the existing older schools are not overcrowded?


The Frome Wesleyan school has been in existence for many years. I understand that extensions have recently been made to the premises, and the Board are now awaiting full information from the managers in order that the question of their recognition may be considered. There appears to be a sufficiency of accommodation in public elementary schools in Frome, although one infants' department has quite recently been reported to be full up to the recognised accommodation.

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