Historical Case Studies: Development Through Public School

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DEVELOPMENT OF CASE STUDIES THROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOL
Historical Studies
BATHING AND
SWIMMING
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Informal bathing in Regular and regulated Increased technical
natural facilities in bathing for hygiene, development with
summer for recreation. safety and recreation. changing huts, diving
BAHL boards, competitions
and swimming masters.
ATHLETICS
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Informal running and Trespass banned Steeple chase and cross
exploring the (against Christian ethic ­ country in annual sports
countryside; bad name). Hare and day as major sport and
paperchase (hare and hounds more formal. social occasion.
hounds) ­ trespassing.
ATHLETICS
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Informal running and Trespass banned Steeple chase and cross
exploring the (against Christian ethic ­ country in annual sports
countryside; bad name). Hare and day as major sport and
paperchase (hare and hounds more formal. social occasion.
hounds) ­ trespassing.
FOOTBALL
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Mob games and first More formalised FA or RFU rules. Colours,
melting pot from home. football rules for caps and inter-school
individual schools. fixtures.

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DEVELOPMENT OF CASE STUDIES THROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOL
Historical Studies
Inter-school
competitions.
CRICKET
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Direct transfer ­ Cricket encouraged in Continued technical
non-violence, rules, and inter-house development ­
upper class involvement participation. professional coaching,
in society. colours, caps and
inter-school.
TENNIS
Stage 1: Bullying and Stage 2: Social Stage 3: Athleticism
Brutality Control
Informal hand and ball Some fives courts built Fives continued as a
games ­ `fives' (lawn yet still informal.…read more

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