WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PARENTS START SCHOOLS OF THEIR OWN

GRATTAN GRAY November 18 1961

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PARENTS START SCHOOLS OF THEIR OWN

GRATTAN GRAY November 18 1961

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PARENTS START SCHOOLS OF THEIR OWN

GRATTAN GRAY

IThey get results. How? With “competent teachers working enthusiastically to challenge, not bore, small classes of bright children”

BUT

2 They spend money. How much ? Up to $1,000 each to get started, and from $20 a month to $600 a year in fees

WINNIPEG: 7 DAYS OF SCHOOL

From Friday evening to Sunday night, after five days of normal publie school, these boys live and work at St. John's Cathedral school near Selkirk, outside Winnipeg. Their week-end study program includes languages, poetry, public speaking, written argument and religion. They row navy cutters on the Red River and go on long snowshoe hikes. Above, left, the boys are trying to solve a problem in logic involving water volumes and odd-shaped containers. They failed and, above, they discuss why with their sliirl-sleeved teacher. Below left, some of the youngsters work up an appetite be fine breakfast at seven a.m.