HC Deb 09 July 1959 vol 608 cc153-4W
Mr. Sydney Irving

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations if he will give the names of the United Kingdom delegation to the Commonwealth Education Conference, including any Parliamentary Members.

Mr. Alport

The following is the reply:


Leader: Sir Henry Lintott, K.C.M.G., Deputy Under-Secretary. Commonwealth Relations Office.

Deputy Leader: Dr. R. S. Aitken, Vice-Chancellor, University of Birmingham.

Mr. B. Cockram, C.M.G., O.B.E., Director of Information Services, Commonwealth Relations Office.

Mr. R. N. Heaton, C.B., Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Education.

Mr. P. Wilson, C.B., H.M. Senior Chief Inspector of Schools.

Sir Ben Bowen Thomas, Permanent Secretary, Welsh Department, Ministry of Education; Chairman of the Executive Board of U.N.E.S.C.O.

Miss E. Ackroyd, Under-Secretary, Board of Trade.

Mr. W. F. Arbucke, C.B., Secretary of the Scottish Education Department.

Mr. J. S. Brunton, Senior Chief Inspector of Schools, Scotland.

Major J. A. Glen, C.B.E., Northern Ireland Government.

Mr. A. P. J. Edwards, Principal Scientific Officer, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.

Sir Paul Sinker, K.C.M.G., C.B., Director-General, British Council.

Mr. C. A. F. Dundas, C.B.E., Controller, Commonwealth Division, British Council.

Miss N. Parkinson, C.B.E., Controller, Home Division, British Council.

Mr. M. Dodderidge, Teaching of English Liaison Officer, British Council.

Sir Cecil Syers, K.C.M.G., C.V.O., Secretary of the University Grants Committee.

Mr. W. F. Houghton, Education Officer, London County Council.

Dr. H. L. Haslegrave, Principal of Loughborough College of Advanced Technology.

Dr. G. E. Watts, Principal of Brighton Technical College.

Mr. E. L. Bradby, Principal of St. Paul's College, Cheltenham.

Mr. H. L. Elvin, Director of the Institute of Education, University of London.

Dr. K. Anderson, Headmistress of the North London Collegiate School for Girls.

Mr. W. J. Langford, Headmaster of the Battersea Grammar School for Boys.

Sir Charles Morris, Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University.

Sir Douglas Logan, Principal of the University of London.

Dr. J. F. Foster, Secretary of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom; also Secretary of the Association of Universities of the British Commonwealth.

Dr. W. B. Inglis, Principal of Moray House College of Education, Edinburgh.

Dr. H. B. Nisbet, Principal of Heriot Watt College, Edinburgh.

Sir James Robertson, O.B.E., Headmaster of Aberdeen Grammar School.

Mr. J. B. Frizell, C.B.E., Director of Education, Edinburgh.

Mr. J. S. Arthur. Ministry of Education (Secretary).

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