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'I never really liked going home because it was so up and down, but I knew where I was at school.I would have happily stayed there in the holidays if I could.' For many such as Blakely the school and its staff are a substitute family.'My mum's main motivation for applying was to get us all away,' she said.Blakely is the oldest of four, two of whom also went to the school (and now her two half-siblings are in the process of applying).They are assessed for potential in music, art and sport, and they spend the night in a boarding house.'That's key,' the headmaster, John Franklin, said, 'because it gives us some sense of whether they will cope in a boarding environment.
After centuries of gifts, from investments to property holdings, the school has a £200 million endowment.While we're doing all that, we're also checking their family situation and what their schools have to say about them, so by the time they start we know quite a lot about them.' Rosanna Blakely is now 25.When she was 10 her parents were getting divorced (more than 60 per cent of pupils come from single-parent families) and she was given a full scholarship to the school.Our experts create writing masterpieces that earn our customers not only high grades but also a solid reputation from demanding professors.Don't waste your time and order our essay writing service today!