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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-377

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the school 375 give him an Exeat but no such Exeat will be given except after written application and the council strongly object to such applications being made except under circumstances of unusual importance or op necessity 10 Every boy receiving such an Exeat is expected to bring it on his return to the Head Master in order that it may be duly filed 11 In the case of boy recovering from contagious disease medical certificate must be sent to the Head Master before the day on which it is proposed to send him back on receipt of which the Head Master will authorise his return 12 Boys are required to attend the School till the Vaca- tions commence and to return punctually when they close nor can this Rule be relaxed except in cases op unavoidable NECESSITY 13 All Lessons are intended to be carefully prepared at home and boys are expected to give to this preparation two or three hours every evening according to their position in the School 14 For every Lesson duly prepared boy receives cer- tain number of marks from the Master of his class which are duly recorded in Mark-book 15 boy whose work merits special approval is entitled to be sent up to the Head Master and receive from him printed card recording the fact and authorising him to receive certain number of extra marks 16 These cards are expected to be taken home by the boy to his Parent or Guardian for their counter signature 17 Neglect of work infringement of School Rules or misconduct renders boy liable to be detained after School- hours to write an Imposition
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