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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-431

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430 THE SCHOOL XXI TERMINAL PRIZES FOR CLASS WORK One Prize is awarded every Term to the first Boy in each Class in the three Divisions of the School Classical Modern and Lower These Prizes which are awarded not for merit in indi- vidual subjects but for good conduct and general proficiency in all the subjects taught in the Class exclusive of German French and Mathematics are given at the Terminal distribu- tions No boy is eligible for Terminal Class Prize in hi First Term or who fails to pass satisfactory examination in his proper Division of Mathematics and Arithmetic No boy can obtain Class Prize twice in the same Class except in the Upper Sixth and in the Upper Sixth not twice in the same Academical Year FOR MATHEMATICS AND ARITHMETIC Prizes are awarded each Term to the first boy in each Mathematical Class in the Schools No boy can obtain the same Mathematical Prize twice in the same Academical Year No boy can compete for the same Prize which he has gained before No boy can compete for lower Prize if he has already competed for higher one in any previous Term The Examiner can withhold the Prize from any Division if no boy in that Division should exhibit satisfactory know- ledge of his subjects and such Prize may be awarded to any meritorious boy in another Division
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