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Old 26-04-2013, 09:25 AM   #1
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The Boarding School system is institutional child abuse. There is no other way to say it. Any system that takes the child away from its parents at an early age and put into the hands of a system that destroys the child in so many ways is child abuse;






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The aspect of boarding school life with its round the clock habitation of pupils with each other in the same environment, involved in studying, sleeping and socializing leads to pressures and stress in boarding school life.[13] This is manifested in the form of hypercompetitiveness, use of recreational or illegal drugs, indulgence or experimentation with sexuality, and psychological depression that at times may manifest in suicide or its attempt.[13] Studies shows that about 90% of boarding school pupils acknowledge that living in a total institution like boarding school has significant impact and changed their perception and interaction with social relationships.[13] Boarding schools are less a form of schooling and more a form of child rearing. The change that the students experience is often not in the manner that the boarding school establishment defines itself or claims to inculcate, instead the changes that come about is chiefly due to the constant interaction of the pupils with the ever present boarding school student culture.[13] This is shown in manifest level or covert level in the form of attaining credential in school and in an implicit level or inherent level in the pursuit of individual goals and hierarchical social class interest which is often social control and material comfort in the ethos of boarding schools.[13]



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It is claimed that children may be sent to boarding schools to give more opportunities than their family can provide. However, that involves spending significant parts of one's early life in what may be seen as a total institution[16] and possibly experiencing social detachment, as suggested by social-psychologist Erving Goffman.[16] This may involve long-term separation from one's parents and culture, leading to the experience of homesickness[17][18][19] and may give rise to a phenomenon known as the 'TCK' or third culture kid.[20]

Some modern philosophies of education, such as constructivism and new methods of music training for children including Orff Schulwerk and the Suzuki method, make the everyday interaction of the child and parent an integral part of training and education. In children, separation involves maternal deprivation.[21] The European Union-Canada project "Child Welfare Across Borders" (2003),[7] an important international venture on child development, considers boarding schools as one form of permanent displacement of the child.[7] This view reflects a new outlook towards education and child growth in the wake of more scientific understanding of the human brain and cognitive development.

Data have not yet been tabulated regarding the statistical ratio of boys to girls that matriculate boarding schools, the total number of children in a given population in boarding schools by country, the average age across populations when children are sent to boarding schools, and the average length of education (in years) for boarding school students. There is also little evidence or research about the complete circumstances or complete set of reasons about sending kids to boarding schools.[6]


To put this in context if we want to stop satanist and child abuse networks from maintaining their positions in political society then we need a global campaign to shut down every boarding school on the planet, and also to shame the "parents" who send their chldren to these prisons that pretend to be schools.


Ban all boarding schools.
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Old 30-04-2013, 09:18 AM   #2
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Lets take a look at the boarding school that "manufactured" the non human entity "Kate Middleton"

Marlborough College:






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Founded in 1843 for the education of the sons of Church of England clergy, the school now accepts both boys and girls of all beliefs. Currently there are just over 800 pupils, approximately one third of whom are female. New pupils are admitted at the ages of 13+ ("Shell entry") and 16 (Lower Sixth).
Marlborough was, in 1968, the first major British independent school to allow girls into the sixth form,[1] setting a trend that many other schools would follow. The College became fully co-educational in 1989. The College has also been pioneering in other fields, making a major contribution to the School Mathematics Project (from 1961) and initiating the teaching of Business Studies at A level (from 1968). Fagging was officially abolished in the 1920s, and Marlborough was one of the first public schools to do so. However, unofficial fagging did persist beyond this change for some time. In 1963 a group of boys, led by the future political biographer Ben Pimlott, wrote a book, "Marlborough, an open examination written by the boys," describing life at the school. The writer and television critic T.C. Worsley wrote about predatory masters at the school in his critically acclaimed autobiography Flannelled Fool: A Slice of a Life in the Thirties.[2]
The Good Schools Guide described Marlborough as a "Famous, designer label, co-ed boarding school still riding high."[3] The school is a member of the G20 Schools Group.
In 2005 the school was one of fifty of the country's leading independent schools which were found guilty of running an illegal price-fixing cartel, exposed by The Times, which had allowed them to drive up fees for thousands of parents.[4] Each school was required to pay a nominal penalty of £10,000 and all agreed to make ex-gratia payments totalling three million pounds into a trust designed to benefit pupils who attended the schools during the period in respect of which fee information was shared.[5] However, Mrs Jean Scott, the head of the Independent Schools Council, said that independent schools had always been exempt from anti-cartel rules applied to business, were following a long-established procedure in sharing the information with each other, and were unaware of the change to the law (on which they had not been consulted). She wrote to John Vickers, the OFT director-general, saying, "They are not a group of businessmen meeting behind closed doors to fix the price of their products to the disadvantage of the consumer. They are schools that have quite openly continued to follow a long-established practice because they were unaware that the law had changed."[6]


Former pupils in politics:


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Sally Bercow, wife of Speaker John Bercow
Tim Boswell, MP for Daventry
Stephen Bradley, former British Consul-General to Hong Kong
Henry Brooke, Baron Brooke of Cumnor, Home Secretary
Lord Brooke of Sutton Mandeville, Cabinet minister
Rab Butler, statesman
Samantha Cameron, wife of Prime Minister David Cameron
Christopher Chope, MP for Christchurch
Otis Ferry, hunt supporter and political activist, son of singer Bryan Ferry
Alastair Goodlad, former MP for Eddisbury and High Commissioner to Australia
Daniel Hannan, MEP for the South East of England
Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse, British liberal politician and sociologist. One of the 'Fathers of Liberalism'
William Jowitt, Lord Chancellor
Peter Kirk, politician, first leader of the British delegation to the European Parliament
Mark Malloch Brown, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
John Maples, MP for Stratford-upon-Avon
Frances Osborne, wife of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne
John Parker, MP for Romford
Maurice Petherick, MP for Penryn & Falmouth
Malcolm Ian Sinclair, 20th Earl of Caithness, politician
Hallam Tennyson, Lord Tennyson, statesman
Dennis Forwood Vosper, MP for Runcorn


So again we see these links showing that boarding schools like Marlbourough are essentially "satanic incubators" which will manufacture and produce the next generation of political satanists and psychopaths who are desensitized to murder rape and death in all its forms.
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Old 06-05-2013, 11:47 AM   #3
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Lets take a look at the boarding school that British politician Nick Clegg attended as a child; Caldicott School




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Caldicott Preparatory School was founded in Hitchin, Hertfordshire in 1904 by James Heald Jenkins who named his school after his new bride, a Miss Theodora Caldicott Ingram. There were just eight boys. In 1938 the school moved to its present site in Farnham Royal in Buckinghamshire, and became a charitable trust in 1968 under the Headmaster at the time Peter Wright. Today there are around 250 boys. The present headmaster, Simon Doggart, was appointed in 1998; he came from Eton College where he taught history and was master-in-charge of cricket. He is a member of IAPS and the school’s governors include past parents, old boys and headmasters of public schools.
According to the school's website, many pupils at Caldicott subsequently "win" places at major independent schools, such as Eton College, Harrow School, Winchester College, Marlborough College, Wellington College, Haileybury College and Radley College.


Oh.. and what a surprise there is historical child sex abuse there too...



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On 30 September 2008 the school was the subject of a feature documentary, Chosen, transmitted on More4 as part of the "True Stories" strand, about the sexual abuse that went on at the school during the late 1960s and early 1970s.[2] The headmaster Peter Wright was active in this, as well as a number of other teachers, targeting boys good at sports and, to a lesser extent, in the choir. In The Guardian published on the same day, a former parent alleged that Lord Justice Scott Baker former Chairman of the Board of Governors, and Simon Doggart the current headmaster, mishandled a case of alleged sexual abuse of their son by a teacher in the early 2000s.[3]
Martin Carson was dismissed for sexual abuse of a pupil in 1972, and went on to teach at the Harrodian School. He was subsequently prosecuted and found guilty of indecent assault and possessing indecent images of children in 2003.[4]
On 4 December 2011, Peter Wright and Hugh Henry, another teacher, were charged with child sex offences alleged to have taken place between 1959 and 1970. For Henry, the charges cover his period at Gayhurst School as well as at Caldicott. They appeared in court in Aylesbury on 21 December 2011.[5] The police are still wanting other witnesses to come forward to help with their enquiries.[6] This is the second time that Peter Wright has been charged for child abuse offences; the first time (in 2003) in a pre-trial abuse of process plea at bar, the judge awarded a stay of proceedings predicated upon the passage of time since the offences were allegedly committed. No stayed criminal case has ever returned to court.[7]
Thames Valley Police on 1 May 2012 charged another former teacher, John Addrison,[8] with sexual offences committed against children at the school between 1979 and 1981. John Addrison, on 9 August 2012, was further charged[9] with child sex offences committed at Moor Park School near Ludlow Shropshire, between 1985 and 1988.
Nick Clegg was a pupil there in the late 70's early 80's . How could he not know? And why is he so silent on this?.......


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caldico...Notable_alumni




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John Apthorp, Founder of Bejam Foods, now Iceland and Wizzard Wines, now Majestic Wines
Ben Castle, British jazz musician, the son of entertainer Roy Castle.
Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrat MP for Sheffield Hallam, leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Rodney Craig, British fencer who competed at the 1968 and 1972 Summer Olympics.
Robert Diament, singer/songwriter of pop band Temposhark
Will Hoy (Decd, 2001), British Touring Car Champion 1991
Ralph Izzard, Journalist for the Daily Mail
Adrian Jarvis, Harlequins FC rugby union player; selected for England Saxons 2008 squad
Malcolm Lowry, poet and novelist
Ernest Saunders, former Chief Executive of Guinness 1981-86, best known for being one of the "Guinness Four"
Chris Sheasby, England rugby union player
Ed Stoppard, Actor
Andrew Strauss, England cricketer and Captain
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The background of the establishment of this place conjours up images of an institution created to enable the elite to prey on unfortunate and helpless boys.

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To perpetuate the memory of his only son William, who had predeceased him in 1815, Sir William Fettes (1750–1836), a former Lord Provost of Edinburgh and wealthy city merchant, bequeathed the then very large sum of £166,000 to be set aside for the education of poor children and orphans.

After his death the bequest was effected and invested and the accumulated sum was then used to acquire the land, to build the main building and found the school in 1870. Fettes College thus opened with 53 pupils (40 were Foundation Scholars with 11 others boarding & 2 day pupils).

A Fettes headmaster who provoked controversy was Anthony Chenevix-Trench (1971–79), formerly of Eton. The investigative journalist Paul Foot wrote an exposé in Private Eye detailing his excessive use of corporal punishment while he was a Housemaster at Shrewsbury School. Tim Card, a former Vice-provost of Eton College, said Chenevix-Trench's resignation from that school was caused by his heavy drinking and his overuse of the cane.[1]

An all-boys school until 1970, when female pupils were first admitted for the final year, Fettes has been fully co-educational since 1983. Because of its prestige and high profile, several journalists recently described Fettes as "the Eton of the North".[2][3][4]
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William Herbert Anderson, VC

Robert Keith Arbuthnott, 15th Viscount of Arbuthnott, CB, CBE, DSO, MC

Frank Barnwell, Chief designer of the Bristol bomber, Blenheim fighter, etc.

Tony Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2 May 1997 to 27 June 2007, now the Quartet on the Middle East's envoy; the Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007 and the MP for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007.

John Cameron, Lord Coulsfield, Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland; Lockerbie trial judge; Privy Counsellor

Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton, electrical engineer and television pioneer.

Hugh Crichton-Miller, psychiatrist, founder of the Tavistock Clinic

General John de Chastelain, CMM, Canadian. Chairman Independent International Commission on Decommissioning, Northern Ireland peace process[21]

Josias Cunningham, Northern Irish businessman and politician who closed down the Belfast Stock Exchange.
Angus Deaton, Professor of Economics and President of the American Economic Association

William Hamilton Fyfe, Principal of Queen's University and of the University of Aberdeen

Nicholas Hammond, CBE, classicist and spy

Alexander Mitchell Hodge, GC VRD, awarded George Cross[22]

Richard Lambert, Former Editor of The Financial Times; Former member of Bank of England MPC; Director-General of Confederation of British Industry from 2006

Selwyn Lloyd, Baron Selwyn Lloyd CH PC, Foreign Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer

R. H. Bruce Lockhart Author; British rep. to provisional Czech Govt.(1940–41); Dir.-Gen. Political Warfare Executive (1941–45)

Roderick Macdonald KBE Chief of Staff to C-in-C Allied Naval Forces (1973–77), artist

Roderick MacFarquhar, Orientalist.

Dr Ian McKee, former Scottish National Party MSP.

Donald MacKintosh, VC.

Hector Lachlan Stewart MacLean VC.

Iain Macleod, Minister of Labour, Colonial Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer

Maury Meiklejohn, VC.

George Morton, Labour Party politician.

David Murray, Chairman & Managing Director, Murray International Holdings; Chairman, Rangers Football Club plc

Wilfrid Guild Normand, Lord Justice General; Lord President of Court of Session (1935–47); Lord of Appeal (1947–53)

David Ogilvy, founder of Ogilvy, Benson & Mather, advertising.

George Pirie, former Inspector-General of the RAF

Robert Alexander Rankin, mathematician who worked in analytic number theory.

David Reid, Chairman of Tesco

Edward Reid, Anglican bishop.

Sidney Rowlatt, judge and chairman of the Rowlatt committee

John Simon, 1st Viscount Simon, in Churchill's Government, Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Chancellor, former Head of School.

Walter Terence Stace, educator, philosopher and epistemologist, who wrote on Hegel, Mysticism, and Moral relativism.

Tilda Swinton, screen actress and Oscar winner, attended in her sixth year.

D. R. Thorpe, political biographer.

Robert Whigham, former British Adjutant-General to the Forces

Harry Woolf, Baron Woolf, lawyer, Master of the Rolls and Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales

Four Old Fettesians have won the Victoria Cross and one the George Cross, please see the above list for details. Former pupils of the school sometimes refer to themselves as "OF" and can use the post nominal "OF".

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As long as boarding school fees stay on a par with full time 24/7 childcare costs then the rich will continue to send their moppets away to be fed, watered and indoctrinated
It's how they are ( very different to the rest of us).
Look at that oily toad Cameron surrounding himself with Eton cronies.
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And people wonder why the country is always run by seemingly detached emotionless Psychopaths and Nigel Farage won't be any different as he was a Public schoolboy and what would he know of poverty and ordinary folks lives? It's wheels within wheels with all the lot of them. I wonder what the Ancestor of Guy Fawkes thinks of Farage really.

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There were at lot of boarders at my high school in NZ (I was not one). The day boys used to rip the piss out of them, joke about them playing soggy biscuit, sodomising each other with broomsticks, pack rape of third formers etc. I laughed along, but reading the DIF lately makes me wonder if there wasn't a fair chunk of truth behind all these jokes.
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I'm assuming the boarding school system in NZ is like Australia. Mainly farmers' kids coming to school at high end school in the city as they don't have a school near their farm or if they do they choose to pay the $40K a year rather than send their kid to the school.

Boarding is also mainly secondary school in Australia.

I'm assuming NZ is the same.

The British elite schools and system is quite different. For centuries 8 year old kids have been put in the Eton Group schools etc for prestige and to set their child on the path to Oxbridge.

Most of the elite schools aren't in the cities but in the country on large tracts of land. The British elite has been processing their children through these high end machines for centuries.

The system of fagging has only recently been abolished in some schools. Even when Cameron became PM the broadsheets brought out their anti-elitist rhetoric and raised the Etonian practice of stuffing a young boys arse with jam donuts.

Puts a different slant on your PM doesn't it .. considering he's probably had jam donuts forced up his arse.
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Yeah they were mostly farm boys. Maybe this is where all the sexual deviant rumours came from. I don't think that NZ has a big enough population or history for any serious elitism anyway, at least not on the Eton scale of things.
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Excellent thread.

Yes, this is where it all starts.

If I remember correctly Diana didnt want her boys in that system. Maybe her brother had a few tales to tell at home over midnight cups of cocoa.
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I suppose it is a good point in the thread to differentiate the day school v boarding school argument with the state v independent/ church argument.
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Excellent thread.

Yes, this is where it all starts.
... and this is where it can finish for some. Institut Le Rosey near Berne in Switzerland. The worlds most expensive school, at CHF 200,000 (or $212,000) per annum ... comes complete with its own ski chalet at Gstaad!!

Is it any coincidence that the surname of its founder was CARNAL? You can't make that up.

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Institut Le Rosey (French pronunciation: ​[ɛ̃stity lə ʁo.zɛ]), commonly referred to as Le Rosey or simply Rosey, is a school near Rolle, Switzerland. It is the most expensive school in the world, ahead of the world-renowned Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil. The school was founded by Paul-Émile Carnal in 1880 on the site of the 14th-century Château du Rosey near the town of Rolle in the Canton of Vaud. Rosey is one of the oldest boarding schools in Switzerland and is a prestigious educational institution.

The school also owns a campus in the ski resort village of Gstaad in the Canton of Bern, where the student body, faculty, and staff move to during the Winter months of January through March. Institut Le Rosey is currently owned by its fourth generation of Directors, Philippe and Anne Gudin, who assumed ownership of Le Rosey in 1980. Michael Gray is the current Headmaster of the school.[4]

Le Rosey is currently in the planning stages of constructing the CHF 45 million (estimated $50 million USD) Carnal Hall, an Arts and Performance Centre for Le Rosey and the La Côte region currently scheduled for completion in 2012.[5][6] The school is also planning the sale of its Gstaad winter campus, and a move to a location that can accommodate more personnel and students.[7]
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institut_Le_Rosey

Notable alumni

Institut Le Rosey, with over 5,000 former students,[20] has one of the most prestigious alumni registries in the world.[43] Le Rosey has educated generations of dynastic families, including

Hohenzollerns
Rothschilds
Metternichs
Borgheses
Hohenlohes
Radziwiłłs

The school has also famously educated royalty from around the world, particularly the deposed royal family members of the

Muhammad Ali Dynasty of Egypt,
Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia,
the House of Glücksburg of Greece
the House of Savoy of Italy.

Le Rosey has educated several monarchs, including

Aga Khan IV
King Albert II of Belgium
King Baudouin I of Belgium
King Faud II of Egypt,
King Ntare V of Burundi
Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Persia
Prince Rainier III of Monaco.

The future Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, was also educated at the school.

Famous parents of past students at Le Rosey, who often visited the Rolle and Gstaad campuses, include: Elizabeth Taylor, David Niven, Sir Roger Moore, Alain Manoukian, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Diana Ross, King Leopold III of Belgium, Aristotle Onassis, and Sir Winston Churchill, a Rosean's grandfather.[48] Rainier III once commented on Le Rosey: "The students were much friendlier because they were from such diverse, international backgrounds. I felt, for once in my childhood, that I could take a breath."

David Manoukian, son of French designer Alain Manoukian and Founder/CEO of The-Sphere.com attended Le Rosey from 1988 until 1994. Emily Samantha Azzopardi, grand-daughter of French billionaire Liliane Bettencourt, also attends Le Rosey. The sons of high society playboy William Woodward, Jr., William "Woody" Woodward III and James "Jimmy" Woodward, were sent to Le Rosey after their father was accidentally shot and killed by his wife in 1955 in what Life magazine called the "Shooting of the Century". In his autobiography, An Arc to Triumph, Rosey alumnus Richard René Silvin wrote of the school's encounter with Charlie Chaplin. After moving to Vevey, near Le Rosey's main campus, Chaplin called the administration requesting to enroll his children, but was turned down due to the 2-year waiting list. Musicians Julian Casablancas and Albert Hammond, Jr. met at Le Rosey and later went on to form the garage rock revival band The Strokes in 1998.
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Boarding School went well for the people in Harry Potter.
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And people wonder why the country is always run by seemingly detached emotionless Psychopaths and Nigel Farage won't be any different as he was a Public schoolboy and what would he know of poverty and ordinary folks lives? It's wheels within wheels with all the lot of them. I wonder what the Ancestor of Guy Fawkes thinks of Farage really.
Please don't tar all people who have been to paid schools as being psychopathic, rich people or stuck up or think they are better than everyone else. Some working class peoples parents have worked VERY hard to send kids there with good intentions to try to raise their kids standard of living. I grew up in one of the roughest neighborhoods in my town and still went to a private (or is it public school) and I get discriminated and hated against because of it. I'm either stuck up, better off (yeah right I'm on jobseekers right now and working tax credits before) or pompous because I am capable of using correct English. I speak normally with an accent not plum mouthed. My Husband went to the worst school in our town that people find scary and he gets the opposite kind of discrimination....he was even asked to leave a job interview once when they found out where he went because they said people from there were trouble. I don't put on CV's anymore where I went because I'm fed up of the hassle when people find out.
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Just another way to destroy the family unit
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Lets take a look at the boarding school that "manufactured" the non human entity "Kate Middleton"

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So again we see these links showing that boarding schools like Marlbourough are essentially "satanic incubators" which will manufacture and produce the next generation of political satanists and psychopaths who are desensitized to murder rape and death in all its forms.
and you really think that this describes kate middleton??
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and you really think that this describes kate middleton??
Yes
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Probably wont succed in closing boarding schools ( they been around for some time )

How about stopping whats coming in, into the UK at least....... School Accademys

School Accademys are the change, currently planned for the normal infant to junior comprehensive schools. The new hours of opening will be from 6am to 10pm...they are coming into operation now!

Parents can drop off their children between these hours.Classes consist of the dropped off pupils on a flexi-time basis.

If one takes a look around, most schools are being rebuilt and are larger now...to encompass this change?

These school accademys will enure (to me anyhow) that children will find it less easier to have best friends,as all pupil's schooling will be at the mercy of their parents work schedule. (which we know has drastically been changed ) So their class attendancies will change from day to day.

Their best friend will become,I suppose,the State/Government.

Has this been in the news?

When introduced, the State will now have access to our children for over 12 hours a day instead of 6......
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Let's not forget that boarding schools are an essential part of programming for the elite - they get an 'education' quite unlike any that you or I get to prepare them for what is their birthright and it does of course involve abuse to them as well as from them. They have got to learn how to do it right
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I think there's pros and cons to having schools with flexible hours. If kids are always there the same hours roughly they should be able to make some friends but I suppose it depends how chaotically it's organised. Most kids seem to do better on routines and it's a worry it will mess with their sleep hours if it finishes at 10pm which is pretty late for younger kids and their bodies biorythms are tied to the systems of nature and not being able to play out during the daytime could be adverse.

If anyone has played Culpa Innata the game (very interesting to say the least) I think the worst possible schooling and state system is described in that where kids are taken from children and raised and brought up by the state. It touches on a lot of other aspects of what could be seen as the agenda depending on your view or perhaps it's just an insight of what is potential and a horror scenario.
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