Rollover or tap image to see magnified area.

  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-351

Please note: The digitised calendars in this site have had their contents extracted using OCR (optical character recognition) and as a result, there may be occasional errors in the text. We are working on correcting these errors, but this may take some time.

Page content

viii Annual Report of the Council this time on Warminster preceded by brief visit to the Strand aind Vincent Square The Inspectors were the Venerable Michael Browm Archdeacon of Nottingham Canon Winnett and Mr Dawid Ayerst The report was received by the Council in July and special committee was set up to look at the fourth year college in the light of the report After nearly twenty years it seemed fitting for the Council to make thorough assessment of the course and the resources of Warminster The demolition of old farm buildings and the making of new ajp- proach road and entrance from the main road not only improved tlhc appearance of the College from outside but provided much-needed parking space for students' cars which have for many years somewhiat spoiled the look of the central area and the garden The cost of thus work is being carried jointly by the Council and by the Governors of St Boniface College Fifty-four men were in residence during the year and all were made deacon either at the Trinity or the Michaelmas ordinations The annual college visit to parish and participation in its life for ten days took place this year at the parish of Seven Kings in Essex where two King 's men form the staff On another occasion students in small groups spent week-end in forty-five parishes The College programme followed the usual general pattern with the variations and new experiments which an examination-free year make possible Reunion conferences and retreats after Trinity were attended by 50 in the first case and 36 in the second UNIVERSITY DEGREES AND POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS In the Honours examination one man obtained 1st Classs Honours men and women obtained 2nd Class Honours Upper Division men and women obtained 2nd Class Honours Lowe Division and men and women obtained 3rd Class Honours Im the examination men passed THE ASSOCIATESHIP In the Faculty of Theology the was awarded to 27 students first-class and second-class distinctions were gained These figure do not include men who sat the examination To the men who sat the in 1966 second-class distinctions were awarded and 18 were recommended for pass by the Theological Professoriall Board at its meeting in October 1966
ARCHIOS™ | Total time:0.2257 s | Source:database | Platform: NX