Special schools such as the School for the Deaf at Sumner in Christchurch, were set up from Some were not much different from Industrial Schools. Receiving Homes were temporary places for children to stay while their future was sorted out. A Special and Industrial Schools Branch of the Education Department was developed to administer all these institutions.
After the focus changed from punishment to reform. Industrial Schools became Special Schools after All institutions encouraged boarding out in foster homes. The main institutions from were:.
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Provision was also made for blind children and adults at the New Zealand Institute for the Blind in Auckland. The Division also administered:. Campbell Park School, Otekaike, for boys who were intellectually impaired or who had behavioural problems.
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They can be found through Archway searches. The nature of many institutions changed over time, for example from church-run to state-run, and from orphanage to special school. Some records are incorporated in Maintenance and Destitute Persons records see below. Access restrictions might apply. Howe Street Industrial School mainly took girls aged up to 14 years. Other industrial school type institutions included the Door of Hope in Cook Street. Each industrial school has its own record with alphabetical listings of names. In early years the rolls include these institutions:.
A variety of records, including Burnham Photograph Album c digitised. Duplicate copies of warrants bound into volumes. These warrants were issued to permit children at industrial schools to board with foster parents, and they give details of child and foster parent.
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The rolls give name, date of committal, age, status, place, section of act used, religion and arrangements for the child. This records teachers, mostly for Native, Industrial and Special Schools, for the years to There are few entries after Held in the Register Room, this register records name, date of birth, dates of appointment, absences and comments about service.
It might include other information. Photograph Album of Boys indexed and a few other photographs of the school. Most existing records for this school can be found in Record Books, Registers and Nominal Rolls held in our Wellington archive. A few schools transferred records directly. Records of interest can be found at BAAA :. Registers of Admission, Progress and Withdrawal [ Series ].
Registers of Attendance [ Series ]. Examination Registers [ Series ].
Registers of Progress and Achievement [ Series ]. Attendance returns can be found in the Registered Subject files [ Series ]. Teacher training came under the control of the Department of Education, especially after Some Teacher Training College records are held with us, but most institutions hold their own records. Education Boards were the main way of putting into effect the idea that primary education should be available equally to all New Zealand children.
From the Education Act the regional boards were responsible to central government for running public education in each district. Their main focus was primary education, but they also controlled district high schools and from a few technical schools. The boards increasingly became administrative bodies, acting for the Education Department.
They were abolished in Since then the Ministry of Education and School Boards of Trustees have administered education and schools. Many surviving Education Board records were transferred to us.
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Records are held regionally, including those of schools which transferred material directly. Note : Some school records are held in other institutions, often a local library or archive. A number of records might give information about primary school students.
It is usually necessary to know the name of the school attended, the dates, and the Education Board which was responsible for the school. The primary school records that are most useful to family historians are the Registers and Class Schedules. Schools created various registers to record the attendance and progress of each student. Some schools did not pass these on to the Education Boards, so we do not hold a complete set.
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The most common form of register was a Register of Admissions, Progress and Withdrawal. Sometimes previous and later schools attended were entered. Some include teacher comments, on the class or individual students. Schools sent various annual lists of students to Education Boards. They were created for different purposes, and they have a variety of names:.
The information included varies, but all contain the names of students and their classes. Assessment grades are given on some lists and there might be comments by the teacher or inspector. Certificates of Proficiency [ Series ]. Registers of Admission, Progress and Withdrawal various schools, indexed; overall date range Registers [ AAFC ]. Inspectors and Examination Reports — Annual Returns overall date range ; alphabetical by school [Records 1a — 56d]. Inspectors and Examination Reports — Annual Returns overall date range — private, Catholic and High schools [Records 56e — 60k].
Admission and Withdrawal Registers closed schools; alphabetical in two lists [Boxes 55 - 56]. School Records various, overall dates , some undated; alphabetical by school [Boxes - ]. Classification Lists Marlborough only; alphabetical by school within year groupings [ Series — all digitised]. Classification Lists including Marlborough and some private schools [ Series ]. Early School Records [Series ]. A number of schools have transferred records directly to our Christchurch archive.
Some of these records might include Class Schedules and Registers. However, many early Education Board records from the Canterbury area are held by the Canterbury Museum. Education Board archives include a wide variety of records about the development of primary schools and district high schools.
There is much less material for secondary schools and only from a later period. These records are not usually directly useful to family historians, but they can give context and background. Architectural Records. Since Education Boards were responsible for school buildings, their records include many site plans, building plans, contracts and specifications, usually arranged by school.
Closed School Records. When schools were closed, their records were usually sent to the Education Board of the district. These brief reports on schools cover teaching methods, progress of pupils and sometimes building and grounds. Earlier reports often included the names of teachers and comments on them. Some Education Boards filed these reports with classification lists see Class Schedules in the section above.
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