Mr. Compton Carr
asked the Minister of Education if he is yet in a position to announce the names of the re-constituted 56W Central Advisory Council for Education in England.
§ Sir D. Eccles
The following have so far accepted my invitation to serve on the new Council under Lord Amory's Chairmanship:
Mr. John Newsom (Vice-Chairman)—Director, Longmans Green & Co., Ltd.
Mr. R. H. Adams—Principal, Kingswood Training and Classifying Schools, Kings-wood, near Bristol.
Miss C. Avent—Careers Advisory Officer, Central Youth Employment Service.
Mr. D. B. Bartlett—Chief Education Officer, Southend.
Mr. S. W. Buglass—Youth Supervisor, Imperial Chemical Industries.
Alderman S. M. Caffyn, C.B.E.—Chairman, Education Committee, Eastbourne.
Mr. A. B. Clegg—Chief Education Officer, West Riding of Yorkshire.
Professor Basil A. Fletcher—The Institute of Education, University of Leeds.
Mr. F. D. Flower, M.B.E.—Principal, Kingsway Day College, London.
Dr. H. Frazer—Headmaster. The Gateway School for Boys (Secondary Technical). Leicester.
Mr. A. J. N. Fuller—Headmaster. Oldborough Manor Secondary School, Maidstone.
Miss B. A. Godwin, O.B.E.—Trades Union Congress.
Miss M. Green—Headmistress, Kidbrooke (Comprehensive) School. London.
Reverend H. W. Hinds—St. Peter's Rectory, Walworth, London.
Mr. R. M. T. Kneebone—Headmaster, Beck-field County (Secondary Modern) School, York.
Miss N. Newton-Smith—Principal, Hertford College of Further Education.
Dr. Kathleen Ollerenshaw—Member, Education Committee, Manchester.
Miss B. Paston Brown—Principal. Homerton College, Cambridge.
Miss E. M. Pepperell—Industrial Welfare Society.
Alderman A. H. Quilley, M.B.E.—Chairman, Hampshire Education Committee.
Mr. J. Scupham. O.B.E.—School Broadcasting Council.
Miss E. L. Sewell—General Secretary, National Association of Mixed Clubs and Girls' Clubs.
Miss A. M. Simcock—Headmistress, Moss House Secondary Modern School. Manchester.
Mr. W. J. Slater—Department of Physical Education. Birmingham University57W
Mr. J. E. Smith—Headmaster, Sheldon Heath (Comprehensive) School, Birmingham.
Mr. C. A. Thompson—Principal. Brooklyn Technical College, Birmingham.
Mr. N. G. Treloar—Education and Training Officer, British Insulated Callender's Cables, Ltd.