Keeble’s Margate & Ramsgate, Broadstairs, S. Peters, Minster, Westgate-On-Sea, Birchington Gazette and East Kent Advertiser. Vol 19 no 971, Friday for Saturday 6th Oct 1888:
Education/teaching Listings: Part 1
Tuition by J. Burnett B.A (London) in Classics (Including Composition), Mathematics, English Subjects, French and German. Excellent local references and testimonials. 6 Wrotham Rd, Broadstairs.
J.M Walton, Teacher of Dancing. 1 Booth Place, Dane Hill, Margate. Schools and private families visited or received as above. Classes now in formation.
The Violin. Mr. Thornton Moys, Teacher of the Violin. Elm Rd, Camden Sq, London. N.W Fifteen years’ successful teaching experience. Visits Herne Bay, Margate and Ramsgate. Special arrangements for Schools.
Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Harmony. Mrs. Oscar Skey (Nee Maud E. Morine) Certified Pianist, Trin Coll London. And for more than five years Musical Governess, at Montrose House, Cliftonville. Receoves and attends pupils. Special arrangements for Schools. Rose Villas, 7 St Peter’s Rd, Margate.
Violin Lessons. Given by Miss E. Foster, 7 Westbrook Terrace, Margate.
Miss Foster. Attends and receives pupils for the Pianoforte, Harmony, Singing (Solo and Class). Schoold attended. Terms on application. 7 Westbrook Terrace, Margate.
Miss Norton. Professor of Dancing, Calisthenics, and Gymnastics. Classes and Private Lessons carried on as usual at the Dancing Academy and Gymnasium, Fernleigh, Arthur Rd, Cliftonville, Margate. Westgate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate, and neighbourhood attended. The new Watzes and Fashionable Dances.
Mr Wallace Pringle, Musical Director of the Theatre Royal, and Organist (pro. tem) of the Catholic Church of SS Austen and Gregory, Margate, gives Lessons in Pianoforte and Singing. – Apply, 25 Dane Hill Row, Margate.
French-German-Classics-Mathematics. F.W. Garston (Over six years at Chatham House, Ramsgate), 1, St Paul’s Rd, Cliftonville, Margate.
Margate and Westgate Government School of Art. Drawing, Painting, Modelling. 10 Union Crescent, Margate.
Dover Court, Arthur Rd, Cliftonville, Margate. Educational and Nursing Home for Delicate Children. Principals… … Mrs. & Miss Natali (Certificates from College of Preceptors) Ladies wishing to place their children at Margate for two or three weeks to recruit their health may safely do so by leaving them at Dover Court. Mrs Natali is thoroughly competent to take into her charge delicate children, having nursed her own son for six and a half years with hip disease. Excellent table kept. A high-class Education may be obtained by permanent Boarders strong enough to study. Visiting professors. Terms and references on application.
Educational Home for Young Girls, Grosvenor House School, 1 Grosvenor Place, Margate. Principals, The Misses Monk. References and terms on application.
Royal Crescent College, Margate. Principal, Mrs. C. Lord (Honors Cert, R.A.M) Pupils prepared (when desired) for the various Competitive Examinations, including Trinity College and the Royal Academy. The house faces the sea, and its sanitary arrangements are entirely new. Home comforts. Tennis. For references and prospectus apply to principal.
St Alban’s House School, Hawley Square, Margate. Conducted by Miss Masters assisted by Certified and experienced Teachers. Young Ladies received on moderate terms, and prepared (if desired) for University Examinations. References to parents.
Athelstan House, Cliftonville, Margate. School for Young Ladies. Pupils prepared for the following Examinations:- Cambridge and Oxford Local, College of Preceptors, Trinity College and Royal Academy of Music. Certified Governesses and Visiting Masters. Home comforts. For prospectus apply to the Principals, Mrs. Horne and Mrs. Pope.
Lorne House, Harold Rd, Cliftonville, Margate, School for Girls. Principal… … … Miss James. The House is pleasantly situated near the sea. The number of Boarders is limited to twelve, in order to insure the personal care of the Principal. Pupils prepared for the Local Examinations if desired. Special attention given to delicate children. References and terms on application.
Edgbaston House, 23 Addington Rd, Margate. Ladies School (for Daily Pupils only) Principal… … … Miss Smart. May be seen at home after 3 o’clock on Saturdays.
Montrose School, Godwin Rd, Cliftonville, Margate, Boarding School for young ladies. principals… … The Misses Bailey. Montrose House is situated near the sea, contains twenty-five well-ventilated bedrooms, commodious bathroom fitted with every modern convenience, and spacious dining-room. Playground and garden are attached to the house. A liberal tale is kept, and every effort is made to render school-life as cheerful and home-like as possible. Education is conducted on the German system. Pupils are well grounded in all branches of English, and special attention is paid to foreign languages. Pupils are prepared for the University and College of Preceptors’ Examinations. A report of the progress and conduct of pupils is sent to parents periodically.
Educational Home for Young Gentlemen, Hornby House, 34, Athelstan Rd, Cliftonville, Margate. Principals… … Mr & Mrs Stedman. References and terms on application.
Leo School House, Addington Square, Margate. Principals … … … … The Misses Ablett, Trained and Certified Teachers, Assisted by a Resident and Visiting Masters. Thorough Education and every home comfort. A cricket field and playground.-References to the Rev. Dr Abbot (Head Master of the City of London School), and to parents. Day pupils also received.
Clare House School, Northdown Rd, Cliftonville, Margate. Establishment for young gentlemen. Thorough preparation for all Public Schools and Higher Commercial Life. The extensive Premises are situated in the healthiest part of Cliftonville. The House contains 22 spacious rooms, and the dormitories (2 of which are 38ft. by 16ft.) are lofty and well ventilated. The Schoolroom, play rooms, and lavatories were built by the present Principal with all modern improvements, and the sanitary arrangements are perfect. Large play ground and field adjacent. Terms moderate and inclusive. For prospectus, references, &c, apply to the Principal.
Alresford House, Eaton Rd (extending from the Grosvenor), Margate. Situated within five minutes’ walk from the sea. Special and successful preparation for University Locals, College of Preceptors, and Public School Examinations. Gymnastics and Swimming taught. Playground and Cricket field. – For list of references and prospectus, address the Principal.
Cliftonville, Stanley House. The Principal (A. E Cozens, M.C.P) assisted by a University Graduate, seeks by careful and individual attention to secure the well-being of each pupil. Drilling, dumb-bells, class singing, conversational French, German, &c, are included in the School Course. Preparation for all examinations. Terms moderate.
Cliftonville College: Arthur Rd, Cliftonville, Margate. Conducted by Mr. T. Everard Healey, F.S.sc. Mr Everard Healey (Intermed. B.A. Lon.) Cliftonville College contains lofty and well-ventilated rooms and a commodious school room has been built expressly for Educational purposes. The system of Instruction adopted is that of the High Schools. Book-keeping and Shorthand form part of the General Curriculum and boys are carefully prepared for Local Examinations and Commercial Life. The matters and personal habits of the pupils receive great attention. Good and unlimited diet is provided, and school-life rendered as much as possible like home. Special provisions may be made for Young or Delicate Children. For prospectus and references apply, until 29th September to 20, Addington-Square, Margate.
Grongar House School: Canterbury Rd, Margate. Principal: Mr. D.R Parry. Pupils are prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local and College of Preceptors Examinations. Terms on application.
New College, Cliftonville, Margate:
Head Master, Rev. G Hugh Jones, F.A.S
New College is decided on Christian Principles. The regular Courses of Instruction embraces the subjects usually comprised in the curriculum of a First-grade school. On the Classical side, though instruction is given in Latin, French, and either Greek or German. On the Modern side, Latin and Greek are excluded from the time table of the Upper Form for very young boys.The extensive premises were erected expressly for scholastic purposes. Parents are cordially invited to inspect the commodious schoolroom (40ft. by 20ft.); class rooms; reading rooms; dining hall (33ft. by 20ft.); the lofty and wide dormitories unequalled in Margate, for cubic space afforded each being 39ft. by 37ft. by 11ft; workshop; lavatory (34ft. long); bathroom, playground, &c. &c. (N.B ‘&c’. means etcetera) The Cricket Field is only a short distance away from the School. The domestic arrangements are under the immediate direction of Mrs Jones. A healthy and happy Christian home is ensured to every boy. Terms Moderate and Inclusive. Prospectus, Honours’ List, References on application.