Singleton Boys Home is established by the APB for the Protection of Aborigines on the grounds of the former Mission. It is the precursor to Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Training Home. By the end of the year there are 46 boys there. The home is intended to accommodate boys removed from their families under the Aborigines Protection (Amendment) Act until they are old enough to be sent out to work. The boys receive training while in the home so they can be employed in manual or agricultural work when they turn 15 years of age. They remain wards of the state until they are 18. Any income is held in trust by the Board.