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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

23 Feb 1938

before leaving were reported by Miss M. E. Welbank, headmistress the Derby Central Girls' School, when she gave her annual report at the school speech day, at the Central Hall, Derby, this afternoon. Miss Welbank said that although the school did not ask

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

20 Jun 1936

HEAD OF NEW SCHOOL DERBY MISTRESS APPOINTED Miss Mary E. Welbank, 8.A., who, as announced in yesterday Telegraph, has been appointed headmistress of the new Secondary School for Girls, to be erected on the Homelands Estate, Xormanton, has been head

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

9 Dec 1944

minority willing to tackle the training necessary to fit them for skilled and responsible work, according to Miss M. • E. Welbank, headmistress of Homelands School, Derby. A simple job close at hand, with little opportunity for development or for service

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

27 Jan 1944

are very conscious these dangers, continued Miss Welbank, and try to combat them both in the classroom, on the games field, and by our other activities, but we wish we were more successful. Miss Welbank referred to the fact that a very large part of

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

14 Mar 1934

DERBY AND JOAN HEADMISTRESS ADVOCATES UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS FOR GIRLS 1%/TISS WELBANK, the headmistress of the Central School for Girls, Derby, whose prizegiving was held to-day, tells me that influenza and other illnesses have not been nearly so prevalent

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

23 Mar 1933

You have a mighty chance to show the world what women can do, she said. SCHOOL ROLL RECORD. The headmistress, Miss M. E. Welbank, in her report, stated that in September the number of girls in school was 417, the largest number the school had ever contained

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

19 Dec 1944

Derby. t- Miss Welbank * pointed headmisti ings-street School ber, 1925, he went to Homelands ' co v ber, 1938. to Derby she J $eCO x\ 0 assistant at ts schools in various the country. • INC>'K^ We place n f high appreciation Welbanks work, 1 r She

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

20 Sep 1937

when they entertained 130 members of the Old Girls' Guild. The twenty-fourth annual general meeting followed, when Miss Welbank presided, supported by the secretary, Miss F. E. Loydall. . her repprt, Miss Loydall spoke of the successful year enjoyed

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

8 Mar 1935

VV. Harold Hoare, chairman of the overnors of Derby School, Councillor W. B. Steer, Councillor Mrs. Petty, and Miss M. E. Welbank (headmistress of the School), Derby Education Committee officials, and teachers. PARENTS' INTEREST Alderman Bemrose referred

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

18 Feb 1930

PUPILS WHO MAKE GOOD Hastings-street Central School for Girls, Derby, Is. apparently, a nursery for teachers to-be. Miss M. E. Welbank, the headmistress, at the annual prize-giving yesterday mentioned that all the eleven girls who had recently obtained teachers'

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

15 Mar 1934

Hall, Derby, yesterday. Alderman H. H. Bemrose presided, iccompanied by Mrs. Bemrose, and others on the platform were Miss Welbank (headmistress), Councillor Mrs. Petty, Councillor G. R. England, Alderman and Mrs. W. R. Raynes, Alderman A. J. Cash, Mrs

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

21 Feb 1930

H. H. Bernrose presided, and was supported members of the Derby Education Committee and Miss Welbank, headmistress of the school. In her report. Miss Welbank said that the past year hud been one of hope and many things had been accomplished. The pupils

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

21 Feb 1930

H. H. Bernrose presided, and was supported members of the Derby Education Committee and Miss Welbank. headmistress of the school. In her report. Miss Welbank said that tl>e past year bad been one hope and many tilings had been accomplished. The pupils

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Long Eaton Advertiser

Long Eaton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

1 Aug 1969

A. STATHA M Registered Plumber C.U.C. Approved PLUMBING HEATING & GLAZING No Job Too Small Free Estimates & Advice 18 WELBANK CLOSE CHILWELL. Notts. Tel. Long Eaton 2369 Nottm. 251542 For Quick Service

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

7 Sep 1939

WORK FOR GIRLS OVER 14 Miss M. E. Welbank, headmistress Homelands Secondary School, Derby, informs the Telegraph that she would like see the school on Friday morning at 11 o'clock any girls over years of age who would be willing undertake useful voluntary

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

8 May 1931

the scholars work. There were exhibitions of handicraft, needlework, and cookery. Senior girls acted as stewards, and Miss Welbank, headmistress, superintended the arrangements.

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

15 Apr 1943

to assist in farm work during - the holidays, and they will out each day to the Their ages are from 14 upwards. Miss M. E. Welbank, headmistress of the school, told a Telegraph representative this morning that the girls would probably plant potatoes

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

13 Sep 1939

HOMELANDS SCHOOL DECISION TO REOPEN EARLY NEXT WEEK Miss M. E. Welbank, headmistress of Homelands Secondary School, Derby, informed the Telegraph to-day that the school will reopen early next week, but will not be possible at first to accommodate all

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

30 Apr 1937

continue as president of the Derbyshire Association. Appointments were : Vice-presidents, Mrs. H. Ham, Mrs. G. M. Jackson. Miss Welbank, Miss I. Joslin, Miss D. N. Wood, and Mr. H. Montford; hon. secretary, Miss M. Sivey; hon. treasurer, Miss Y. Gregory; and

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

24 May 1939

^,1 Mis. D. M. f. i Parkflelds Cedar 5 r'> service. /<£ Derby High sen ~ conducted by \ Headmistress. Special prayer® E. Welbank, an ds r>-,1 prayers at H° d An Empire been arranged g jfl ment o-ordu aU lie Derby, and 0 place to-night-

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