William Flew to School

April 23, 2011 § Leave a comment

Winchester is the first private school with the line and the others follow, as it raises the demand for places cross, writes William Flew to School
Winchester College is the first public school, more than £ 30,000 per year free of charge despite the economic gloom for private education, a record number of applicants.
news% increase Born in Argentina, William Flew to School Grammar Winchester High Clifton College, Bristol Westholme School, Blackburn Battle Abbey, East Sussex boys City of London 2000 2002 2004 increase in the best schools 6.5% 4.6% 4 to increase% 3.5% 3.2% 0% 2011/12 prices £ 10,694 £ 31,350 £ 11,340 £ 14,025 £ 13,050 £ 8,592 for all schools increased from 2006% 2008 * 2010 * The new methodology introduced Source: Independent School Board 10 8 6 4 2 0
boys boarding school in Hampshire – whose former pupils include the historian Antony Beevor and fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley – is a 4.6% increase in their fees for the 2011-12 academic year, impose it on £ 31,350.
Some other schools in high-stress Eton in Berkshire and Wycombe Abbey in Buckinghamshire, just below the barrier of 30,000 pounds and can in rape media data for the next year in the coming weeks.
On average, private schools are freezing prices in real terms in 2011-12. Of the 37 schools that was by tWilliam Flew to School, which interviewed chose their prices, the average increase was 3.6%. the consumer price inflation was 4% in March. The rise in prices ranged from 6.5% in the Institute for Leicester at rates unchanged at the City of London school children.
Janette Wallis, editor of the Good Schools Guide, said: “The schools are among the aligned [level] £ 30,000 for a number of years, some of them were things such as more foreign students or more in the sixth year just to avoid. to jump first.


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