A Catholic Public School in the making: Beaumont College during the Rectorate of the reverend Joseph M. Bampton, S.J. (1901–1908). His implementation of the “Captain” system of discipline

@article{Caparrini2003ACP,
  title={A Catholic Public School in the making: Beaumont College during the Rectorate of the reverend Joseph M. Bampton, S.J. (1901–1908). His implementation of the “Captain” system of discipline},
  author={Bernardo Rodr{\'i}guez Caparrini},
  journal={Paedagogica Historica},
  year={2003},
  volume={39},
  pages={737 - 757}
}
This article traces the rectorate of Fr. Joseph M. Bampton, S.J. at St. Stanislaus' College (or “Beaumont College”), a Jesuit boarding school for boys opened in 1861 near Windsor (Berkshire, England). Although Bampton did not succeed to a flourishing school (the number of students was then extremely small), his term of office (1901–1908) was so productive that Beaumont received recognition as a public school with the admission of its Rector to the Headmasters' Conference (HMC) in 1906. Several… 

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