1851 Census of Great Britain, Education. England and Wales. Report and Tables, Table 2 : " Number of Day and Sunday Schools in the 624 Districts or Unions, classified according to their sources of maintenance".

List Wales Dep Brecknockshire RegC
DESCRIPTION OF SCHOOLS. No. of Schools.
[1]
Number of Scholars belonging to the Schools
Total.
[2]
Males.
[3]
Females.
[4]
DAY SCHOOLS 104 Show data context 4,402 Show data context 2,438 Show data context 1,964 Show data context
PUBLIC DAY SCHOOLS 51 Show data context 3,066 Show data context 1,770 Show data context 1,296 Show data context
PRIVATE DAY SCHOOLS 53 Show data context 1,336 Show data context 668 Show data context 668 Show data context
Classification of Public Schools:
CLASS I.-SUPPORTED BY GENERAL OR LOCAL TAXATION
2 Show data context 78 Show data context 39 Show data context 39 Show data context
CLASS II.-SUPPORTED BY ENDOWMENTS 12 Show data context 594 Show data context 426 Show data context 168 Show data context
CLASS III.-SUPPORTED BY RELIGIOUS BODIES 33 Show data context 2,104 Show data context 1,155 Show data context 949 Show data context
CLASS IV.-OTHER PUBLIC SCHOOLS 4 Show data context 290 Show data context 150 Show data context 140 Show data context
CLASS I: Workhouse Schools 2 Show data context 78 Show data context 39 Show data context 39 Show data context
CLASS II: Collegiate and Grammar Schools 1 Show data context 35 Show data context 35 Show data context 0 Show data context
CLASS II: Other Endowed Schools 11 Show data context 559 Show data context 391 Show data context 168 Show data context
CLASS III: Church of England 27 Show data context 1,731 Show data context 901 Show data context 830 Show data context
CLASS III: Independents 2 Show data context 147 Show data context 97 Show data context 50 Show data context
CLASS III: Calvinistic Methodists 2 Show data context 80 Show data context 48 Show data context 32 Show data context
CLASS III: Dissenters (not defined) 0 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context
CLASS III: Undenominational 2 Show data context 146 Show data context 109 Show data context 37 Show data context
CLASS IV: Factory Schools 1 Show data context 195 Show data context 96 Show data context 99 Show data context
CLASS IV: Other Subscription Schools of no specific character 3 Show data context 95 Show data context 54 Show data context 41 Show data context
SUNDAY SCHOOLS 182 Show data context 12,962 Show data context 7,084 Show data context 5,878 Show data context
Church of England 47 Show data context 2,557 Show data context 1,269 Show data context 1,288 Show data context
Independents 45 Show data context 3,889 Show data context 2,241 Show data context 1,648 Show data context
Baptists 24 Show data context 2,112 Show data context 1,149 Show data context 963 Show data context
Unitarians 0 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context
Wesleyan Methodists 22 Show data context 1,480 Show data context 784 Show data context 696 Show data context
Calvinistic Methodists 38 Show data context 2,668 Show data context 1,484 Show data context 1,184 Show data context
Undefined Protestant Congregations 5 Show data context 226 Show data context 137 Show data context 89 Show data context
Roman Catholics 1 Show data context 30 Show data context 20 Show data context 10 Show data context

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