First Annual Report of the School Medical Officer, (Walter Ll Davies), 1908
Medical Officer for Taliesin: Dr John James.
117 on the register
Llangynfelyn school was closed due to an outbreak of Diphtheria and Bad Drains, from March 25th to May 4th 1908.
Site surroundings: Satisfactory
Closets etc.: Satisfactory
Cubic Space: 24812 cu.ft.
Ventilation: Fairly satisfactory
Lighting: Fairly satisfactory
Warming: Open Grates
Water supply: Satisfactory
Annual Report of the School Medical Officer, (Rees Wm. Rees, SMO), 1910
Work done in last year: Shed and Paving.
Annual Report of the School Medical Officer, (L Meredith Davies), 1921
: Muddy and rough. Needs railing behind to prevent children falling. A wall would cut out the light.
: Poor in Infants Room.
: Needs more open windows.
Annual Report of the School Medical Officer, 1933
Taliesin Infant Welfare Centre
23 sessions, for 24 infants under 1, 24 aged 1-5, total attendances: 372, average 16.6. Individual ante-natal cases: 4, total ante-natal cases: 10. Dr Charles W.M. Anderson.
Llangynfelyn School: improvements in the water supply - now has running water in the school porch.
Annual Report of the School Medical Officer, (Ernest Jones SMO & MOH), 1936
Taliesin Infant Welfare Centre, (Old Schoolroom)
Meeting: 3pm on Laternate Thursdays, 23 sessions held, attended by 19 individual children under 1, and 2 between 1 and 5. Total infant attendees: 495, average attendence per session 21.52. Number of individual ante-natal cases: 10, Total ante-natal cases: 35. Dr. W Hywel Rees MB ChB (Clinic Medical Officer).
Taliesin school nutrition: "Fairly good"
Archifdy Ceredigion/Ceredigion Archives, Minutes of Cardiganshire County Council Education Committee, dates as noted.