Teachers help preparing ration cards

Teachers from Reading schools were recruited to help with implementing the new food rationing system.

Christ Church CE Infants School
8th February 1918

School will be closed today, also Monday & Tuesday the 11th & 12th in order that the services of the teachers may be utilised in the preparation of the Ration Cards for the Town.

Lower Whitley School
8th, 11th and 12th February 1918

School closed for 3 days in order that the staff may assist with preparing the ration cards.

George Palmer Boys’ School
8th-12th February 1918

School closed. Teachers assisting Local Food Cookery Centre in issue of Ration Cards.

Greyfriars
February 7th 1918

School closed tomorrow Friday 8th Feb to Tuesday 12th Feb to enable teachers to give services for preparation of Ration Cards.

Battle
7th February 1918

The school will be closed tomorrow that the staff may help with the preparation of Ration Cards for the town.

Emmer Green
7th February 1918

School closed today till Wednesday Feb. 13th, as the services of staff were required by the Local Food Control Committee for preparing Ration Forms & Cards.

Redlands Boys’ School
Feb 8, 11, 12 1918

School closed by order of the Committee as teachers are required to assist at Clerical Work with “Ration Cards”.

Log books of Christ Church CE Infants School (89/SCH/7/6); Lower Whitley School (R/ES5/3); George Palmer Boys’ School (89/SCH/8/1); Grey Friars Infants’ School log book (R/ES4/2, p. 349); Battle Infants School log book (SCH20/8/2, p. 310); Emmer Green CE School log book (R/ES8/3, p. 140); Redlands Boys’ School log book (86/SCH/3/30, p. 333)

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