[Printed handbill.] Roedean School. Dates of the Beginning and End of Terms for 1917.

[Roedean School, near Brighton, East Sussex, boarding school for girls founded by the Lawrence sisters in 1885]
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Without place or date. [Roedean School, East Sussex. 1916 or 1917.]
SKU: 13276

1p., 16mo. Good, on lightly-aged and spotted laid paper. A few pencil calculations on the reverse. Neatly printed. Giving details for the three terms: Lent, Summer and Michaelmas, with dates for 'Pupils re-assemble', 'Opening Address to Pupils', 'Reading of the Reports and Closing Address' and 'Pupils leave'. These details are followed by the following notices: 'Parents are earnestly requested to co-operate with the School authorities in enforcing punctuality of attendance at the beginning and end of Term. | Unpunctuality on the part of any Pupil is not only a disadvantage to herself, but an interruption to the work of her class. | It is also of great importance that the whole School should be present at the Opening and Closing Addresses.' Not listed on OCLC WorldCat or COPAC.