SCOTTISH GUARDIAN, GLASGOW, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1856
TEACHER WANTED FOR THE FREE CHURCH SCHOOL AT SHANDON
He will be expected to hold a Government Certificate. In addition to the Government allowance, the teacher will be entitled to the grant from the Education Fund of the Free Church; and an allowance will also be made by the congregation. There is a pupil-teacher in the school. The school-room is good with a dwelling house attached; and there is an average attendance upwards of 60 scholars.
Apply to the Reverend Neil Brodie, Shandon, by Helensburgh.
THE HELENSBURGH NEWS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1888
SCHOOL BOARD: THE SHANDON SCHOOL
A communication was read from the Education Department refusing their sanction to the school at Shandon being used for educational purposes, on the ground that the ceiling was not 10 feet in height, and also because of some defects in the approach to the school.
The chairman said the school had been formerly sanctioned by the department, and since then there had been no change of circumstances, besides it was only used as an infant school with not more than 20 in attendance.
The clerk was instructed to write to the Education Board pointing out these facts, and to ask the Board to reconsider their decision.
GLASGOW EVENING NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1893
ROW [RHU] SCHOOL BOARD
It was last night reported that Miss Mary Kennedy, Glasgow, had accepted the appointment of mistress to Garelochead School, and Miss Hamilton that of Shandon School.