(LOWER) TE MATAI (ROAD) SCHOOL, TE PUKE
AS AT 7 MAY 1903
Te Matai School was opened in September 1902 under the Auckland Education Board. It is not to be confused with Te Matai Native School which was operated by the Native Education Board and opened in 1887.
The building costing £140 was erected on a leased two acre site on the Lower Te Matai Road property of Henry J Gill. The teacher was shared with No 2 School and was Robert T Reid.
Unfortunately the school rolls do not exist. This is a class list from the Inspector's (Mr R CROWE) report for the 7 May 1903.
|DICKEY||Emily||STD III||11 6|
|DICKEY||James||STD III||13 2|
|DICKEY||Joe Will||PRIMERS||7 11|
|DICKEY||Robert||STD IV||15 -|
|DICKEY||Rose May||STD I||10 4|
|DICKEY||Sam Francis||PRIMERS||5 11|
|GIBBS||Bessie||STD III||10 3|
|GIBBS||Will Fred||STD III||9 3|
|MARK||Mary Louise||STD I||9 6|
|ROBERTSON||David Lynn||PRIMERS||6 1|
|WATKINS||Margaret E||PRIMERS||5 1|
|YOUNG||Emily Ellen||PRIMERS||7 5|
|YOUNG||Leslie Chas||PRIMERS||5 11|
|YOUNG||Robert Gill||PRIMERS||8 9|
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