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  • County: Nottinghamshire, England

Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

24 Feb 1938

HOMEWORK PROBLEM A new system of dealing with homework, which bad met with astonishingly good results was outlined by Mias M. E. Welbank, of Derby Cen- tral School for Girls, at the speech day yesterday. Afler referring to the. difllculty of obtaining mastery

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Mansfield Reporter

Mansfield Reporter Nottinghamshire, England

13 Sep 1918

Officers, near Worksop or Clipod..nc. 'bunt acres roagh Shooting. Terrill. and *ogre:iamb, bag to Canlain T. 52nd K.O.Y .L. 1.. Welbank. ILA N, or strong YOUTH . WANTED, ay Porter; able to drive avid sake himself might suit a discharged soldier.—Apply Blake

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

29 Oct 1938

;A. Sutcliffe, MA.. BEc. (The City School, Lincoln): Mr. C. W. Leaning, B.Sc. (Cottesnwe School, Nottingham); Miss -M.' E. Welbank (Hastings-street School, Derby), and Mr. W. A. Brown (Beeston Fields School). Persons nominated by the Lord President the'

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

8 Mar 1935

NEGLECTED BY GIRLS, SAYS DERBY HEAD MISTRESS. GREAT DEMAND FOR TEACHERS. In her report at the annual distribution of prizes. Miss Welbank, head mistress the Derby Central School for Girls, said there were at present many openings for tihose with domestic science

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

29 Oct 1938

last week 1,759 free dinners were provided, 2,747 free bottles of milk were issued daily, and 9,095 on payment. Miss M. E. Welbank, of Hastings-street School, is recommended as headmistress of the new Homelands Secondary School at a salary of £560, rising

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South Notts Echo

South Notts Echo Nottinghamshire, England

25 Aug 1939

Wheatley. Girls 10). 1. B. Woods: 2. I. Garrett: 3. R. LOWe. Potato races.—Boys to 101: 1. D. Wing;'2. J. Bolan; 3. J. Wel'banks. Boys 110 to 141: 1. F. James. 2. 0. Forrest. The senior girls: flat race was won by J. Yates, and B. Woods cam', second

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

19 Jun 1936

conference with the Elementary Education Committee to consider question of the use of psychological tests in schools. Miss Welbank, headmistress of the Derby Central School for Girls, is recommended for appointment as headmistress of the new Secondary School

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Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties

Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties Nottinghamshire, England

14 Jan 1848

Feb. 36, at the Court Bankruptcy, Nottingham. Solicitor. Mr John Nottingham—J. Miller. Ipswich, licensed victualler—E. D.‘ Welbank, Brighton, boarding-house keeper- T Masteraon, 6, Lansdown tvr. South Lambeth, warehouse man—A. Woolf. Crooked-lane-chambers

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

10 Aug 1893

Baroness was at the head of the Duke of Portland's household she was much like, and her death is vPry much reart:t• I at Welbank and aelsevez,

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