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TUTT, James William (1858 - 1911), editor of The Entomologist’s Record and Journal of Variation; editor of The South-Eastern Naturalist; Headmaster, Portman Place Higher Grade School, NE, formerly Pedagogical Lecturer in Natural Science to the School Board for London

HARLE, John Crofton (born 1956), saxophonist, composer, conductor, record producer; Professor of Saxophone (formerly of Saxophone, Performance and Music History), Guildhall School of Music and Drama, since 1988

EISENBERG, Maurice (1902 - 1972), violoncellist; Concert-Artist, HMV Records; Director Founder, International ‘Cello Centre in London, 1953–67 (Hon. Artistic Director, since 1967); Professor of Violoncello of Juilliard School of Music, NYC; US Representative, International Juries, Pablo Casals ‘Cello Competitions, Paris, Mexico, Israel, Budapest

KENYON, Frederic George (1863 - 1952), Fellow of Winchester College, 1904, Warden, 1925–30; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1888; Hon. Fellow, 1906; Hon. Fellow, New College, Oxford, 1913; President of British School of Archæology at Jerusalem since 1920; of the Bibliographical Society, 1924–26 (Gold Medal, 1935); of the Navy Records Society, 1924–48; Chairman of Soc. for Protection of Science and Learning, 1938–44; Pres. Surrey Record Soc. 1943–50, and of Surrey Archæological Society, 1944–50; Chairman of Friends of the National Libraries, 1931–50; of National Central Library; Trustee of War Museum, 1920–46; Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod of the Order of the British Empire, 1918–52

 

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Maintained schools are required to keep records of pupils' academic achievements and progress, including results of national curriculum standard assessments at the end of Key Stages 1, 2, and 3. The record for each pupil accompanies them through their compulsory schooling, passing from teacher to teacher in the primary phase, and from school to school as they progress through the system or move to a different area. Under the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998, pupils and parents are entitled to see what is recorded in the pupil's record. Most school records are now kept in electronic form.

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