Please comment at this RfCEdit
I keep coming back here and trying to work out what we should do, and do with the other 35 state boarding schools. In 1963, a playmate of mine was sent by his parents to Wymondham College in South Norfolk. His mum said he had got a place because he had older than average parents. I never saw him again but he really loved it. So I have ferreted around, and looked deep into their web site and found this It was also inspected as a childrens' home by Ofsted. here. From this I assume that St Georges will have similar pages, and possibly we can compare and contrast. This leads on to writing some general guidelines on writing articles on state boarding schools and possible even private boarding schools. I like the idea of separating out the child care from the academics. All states schools are obliged to write down their policies - and one of them is entitled Curriculum Intent. Google friendly! Definitely a Primary Source, but always revealing (it has to be in order to get a Ofsted Outstanding) it can add direction to a difficult article. Plenty of thoughts? --ClemRutter (talk) 18:35, 14 October 2020 (UTC)
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