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Sch.32 Summary of an interview with a married female resident regarding the education of her children at a non fee-paying local authority school, female interviewer, 1 May 1962

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/4/32

Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include: INTVEE’s education – she went to James Clark Secondary and left at 15, his parents did not have same expectations for their children; INTVEE's husband's factory job – she wants her son to do clerical work which is safe and clean; Wardie School - not enough homework, their children have only been there a few years having transferred from Canonmills but some parents whose children have been there from the start are aggrieved that their children will not necessarily get a place at Trinity Academy; Ainslie Park – they are worried about bullying, a group of pupils from Ainslie Park Annexe at St Bernards were not allowed on the bus because of bad behaviour. INTVEE talks of her husband and son's visits to the Museum of Antiquities in Queen Street and is quoted as saying, "After Sunday dinner it would be "where will we go today son?", "The museum Daddy"".


  • Other: 1 May 1962

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