1862 Revised Code: introduced 'payment by results'.
25 August and 21 December 1846: appointment of inspectors; teachers' qualifications and pensions; education of pupil teachers and stipendiary monitors; support for Normal Schools.Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland. 1384 Grammar school opened at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire: first chantry school. 1832 Representation of the People Act (The Reform Act) gave one million people the right to vote.Where a number of items are shown in a single year I can't guarantee that I have listed them in the correct chronological order within that year, although I have tried to do so. 871 Alfred became king of Wessex and showed 'concern for education'. 1016 Canute became king of England: concerned about the education of poor boys. 1833 Treasury Minute 29 August: set out rules regarding the distribution of the government's first 20,000 grant for education.1864 Schools Inquiry Commission: (Volume 1 Chapter 6 Girls' schools) 1865 Oxford University, Vinerian Foundation, Act 1865 (pdf 78kb) empowered the university to make statutes relating to the Vinerian Foundation. 1865 Girls admitted to Cambridge Local Examinations.1868 Endowed Schools Act 1868: paved the way for the 1869 Endowed Schools Act.