|Rushden Echo, 10th January 1919, transcribed by Kay Collins
Campbell House SchoolAt the School Examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and the R.C.M. held at Wellingboro’ in November last, the following pupils, who were prepared by the resident music mistress, Miss Hollingshead, were successful: Higher Division, Dorothy Lotinga, Marjorie Lotinga; elementary, Dorothy Ivy Shaw, Dora Mayes; primary, Ruby West, Herbert Wratten. Also at the College of Preceptors Examinations held at Leicester in December last: Junior, M Ragg (distinction in drawing) M Orrell.
ScholarshipA meeting of the Governors of the Chechele Educational Foundation was held in the Town Hall on Monday, Mr W Hirst Simpson presided, supported by the Mayor (Ald. T Patenall), Mr J Claridge (Rushden), Mr F Walker, and Mr Owen Parker. The report of the examiners at the examination for the scholarship to a secondary school held on December 23rd was presented. Miss T Mantle was reported to be tenable at Wellingborough High School for two years. The examiners also reported that the work of the whole six candidates was of a highly satisfactory character.