From the statutes of Ashby-de-la-Zouche Grammar School, 1575.

In their play they shall use honest Games, they shall keep themselves togeather, they that Exercise shooting shall be in a place meet for that purpose, they shall not play in the streets. Nor goe to alehouses Nor any unlawful Games or breake into Orchards or Rob Gardens.

Further reading

A Country grammar school: a history of Ashby-de-la-Zouch Grammar School through four centuries 1567 to 1967, by Levi Fox
(Ashby-de-la-Zouch: the school governors, 1967)
Includes sections on sixteenth-century procedures at this typical Midlands school, and on the seventeenth-century master, John Brinsley, a leading educational theorist of his day. Appendix has the 1575 statutes for running the school.