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Series ID20036
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TitleCorporal Punishment Registers
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Start Date 2/12/1932
End Date 7/9/1990
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Ironside State School

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5341Ironside State School 2/12/1932 7/9/1990
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Department of Education (II)
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This series comprises corporal punishment registers for Ironside State School.

Corporal punishment registers were kept by the Head Teacher of each school, and record all corporal punishment administered by the Head Teacher or an assistant [authorised by the Minister]. The corporal punishment register contains the following information for each entry: the date in full, the name of the pupil or pupils receiving corporal punishment, the fault or incident requiring punishment and the kind and extent of punishment.

Historical Note: Corporal punishment was to be administered not for trivial breaches of school discipline but rather only as a last resort when the student had committed offences against morality, gross impertinence, and/or wilful and persistent disobedience. Girls over the age of twelve were not to receive corporal punishment. From 1934 only boys were to receive corporal punishment.
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Queensland State Archives Series ID 20036, Corporal Punishment Registers
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Last updated 9 September 2016
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0) ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/ )
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