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MAIDWELLHALL Boarding and Dayfor 7-13 year old boys and girls


Individually known,


Individually


Individually nurtured. Boarding & day school


Individually nurtured. Boarding&day school


for girls aged 9-18 for girls aged 9 - 1


Come and find out more Open Morning


Friday 10th March


at our Open Morning on Friday10th March 2017


Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9LP +44 (0)1747 852416 enquiries@stmarys.eu


Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9LP enquiries@stmarys.eu


www.stmarys.eu


•FullBoarding/Day•Outstandingrural setting •Centrally locatedwith good road/rail/airaccess


Northamptonshire, NN6 9JG Tel01604 686234 headmaster@maidwellhall.co.uk www.maidwellhall.co.uk


open ChristCollegeBrecon morning Saturday25th March 9.30pm until 12 noon


Meet Senior staff and pupils and tour the school as you see Christ College at its best.


School transport service to Heathrowwithstop-offs along M4 corridorat Exeats and School holidays.


Current Forces parentsoffer abuddy scheme offeringadvice on choosingaschoolfor yourchild.


Many years experience of educatingand nurturingForces children. Aclose community where everyone counts and warmthand support purvey.


Independent Day and Boarding Education for Boysand Girls aged7– 18


For more information or to arrange a school visit please contact MrsMargaret Stephens (Admissions Registrar) on 01874 615440 or emailadmissions@christcollegebrecon.com


www.raf-ff.org.uk Spring 2017 Envoy 45


Forces Discount available


10%


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