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DavidNoble

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3 hours ago, JBFC II said:

Being a pupil at qeh, and having been brought up by a single mother on a small salary, your first point is completely incorrect, the school offers highly subsidised and free places to those who are bright but can't afford the fees (think they got confused with me haha). That being said, it is only to a minority and many at my school are very rich... 

My Son is at QEH. The cost was covered by a remortgaged house. Yes its a very small minority in a small (brilliant) school for mainly Sons (and a few older Daughters now) of the affluent, which does not render my point null and void.

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11 minutes ago, Cowshed said:

My Son is at QEH. The cost was covered by a remortgaged house. Yes its a very small minority in a small (brilliant) school for mainly Sons (and a few older Daughters now) of the affluent, which does not render my point null and void.

I never said your point was null and void, it is just you were giving the impression that the school only allows boys (or girls...) who can afford the 14000 a year to get in, unless you are exceptionally good at sport, which isn't the case. 

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