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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:15 pm 
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Is anyone familer with these schools they always seem to have places in both junior & senior schools st Aubyn only has up to year 9 where do you go from there, I have been told it is very difficult at age 13 to get into other schools please let me know more about cranbrook college in Ilford


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 6:28 pm 
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My son and daughter went to st AUBYNS's, school would not push your child, my son failed all the 11 plus exams, Headmaster was not sympathetic at all, he has a click of parents he favours, my personal opinion, not that it helps to get into a good school, in terms of reference yes, if you get what i mean.

We withdrew our dd, and sent her to a good state primary school, teacher was really surprised that she was not pushed at all, a lot of parents withdrew their DC that year, to either go to another private or state school


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