Bywyd yn y Cartref
Cyfraith a Threfu
Powys: Y Pryd Hynny a Nawr
Erbyn Deddf Addysg 1870
roedd y Byrddau Ysgol wedi'u sefydlu. Roedd y Ddeddf yn rhannu'n ardaloedd ac
fe fyddai trethdalwyr lleol yn ethol aelodau. Wedi ethol, roedd gan y Bwrdd
y grym i sefydlu ysgolion yn eu hardal os oeddynt o'r farn nad oedd yna ddarpariaeth
ddigonol, a threthi fyddai'n talu am y rhain. Y Bwrdd fyddai'n rhedeg yr ysgol.
Roedd gan Ysgol Llanganten ym Mrycheiniog
Fwrdd tebyg i hwn. Roedd Henry Lloyd (cadeirydd), Parch D Davies, R Williams,
A P Morgan, S M Bligh, a R W Edwards yn aelodau o'r Bwrdd. Roeddynt yn cwrdd
bob mis ac roedd rhai o'r cyfarfodydd yn eithaf byr, gan ganolbwyntio ar dalu
cyflogau a chyfrifon eraill.
Ar adegau eraill roeddynt yn delio â
materion megis presenoldeb yn yr ysgol:
Master of Llanganten School, having complained about the irregular attendance
of the children it was decided that the absent ones should be looked up
and parents written to. Moved by Rev D Davies, Seconded by R Williams"
Fe fyddent hefyd yn caniatáu gwaith
atgyweirio ar ysgolion, ac ar un noson arbennig pan gafwyd cyfarfod cyffrous
ar 26ain Awst 1891 wnaethant ddelio â nifer o faterion:
||"That a bell
be ordered for the use of Llanganten School the size to be decided upon
by Mr Bligh. Moved by Mr A P Morgan, seconded by Mr Bligh.
ar y ddelwedd er mwyn gweld fersiwn mwy o faint
A communication having
been received from the Education Department relative to payment of a fee
grant of 10/- per year for each child of the number of children over 3
years and under 15 years of age in average attendance. It was unanimously
decided to accept the Government offer and to make the schools belonging
to the Board free from September 1st 1891 for children between the age
of 3 and 15 years. Moved by Mr Bligh seconded by Mr Morgan.
Minutes 1 & 3
pages 159 were carried forward.
A letter having been
received from Miss J Price resigning her position as sewing mistress through
illness a resolution was moved accepting the same and appointing Mrs Williams,
School House, as sewing mistress in her stead from September 1st 1891.
Moved by Mr R Williams
seconded by Mr Bligh.
That the following
accounts be paid and cheques drawn:
Midland Educational account 4.11.8
Moved by Mr R Williams seconded by Mr Bligh
That a hearty vote of thanks be given to Mrs Lloyd of Church House for
her kindness in assisting with the sewing lessons during the last mistresses
absence. Moved by Mr Morgan seconded by Mr Bligh."
Yn olaf, bu'r cyfarfod ar Fedi 30ain yn
delio â mwy o ddyletswyddau difyr:
"That the best
vote of thanks of this school Board be given to Mrs Bligh of Cilmery Park
for her kindness in giving prizes for sewing and writing to the children
of the Llanganten Board School.
Moved by Mr Morgan
seconded by Mr Williams.
That the prizes given by Mr Bligh and Mrs Bligh be presented to the children
in the second week of October and that Mr Williams the Master be asked
to get up an entertainment for the children in the evening at which the
prizes will be presented.
Moved by Mr Morgan seconded by Mr D Davies."