Eventually 111 boys and 43 girls were admitted
This is from the Five Ways website. Interesting since the school is "co-ed". I am glad I haven't chosen Five Ways for my daughter, since it is clearly a boys school in disguise. Great for boys, as it is often said that girls "calm" down the masculine environment of single gender boys schools. I don't think I want my daughter used in this way.
There's a content filter on these forums, so I'm a bit limited, but I think I can say you're being... Well? Naughty?
Yes, that's it. Quite... quite....errmmm naughty!
I've met couple of the girls from that school - mad as a maup'ny frying pan but very bright.
Go on; Say it to them; I dare
I'd stick to school premisses if I were you though - safer
I do however love
the idea of a "boys school in disguise", though I'm not quite sure whether this should be
boys in blue tights and sensible skirts -or-
girls in tweed jackets, cloth caps and obviously fake moustaches?
What have we got to lose?
Lets try, say, one day of each per year to raise funds for the......... inept?