Prince Ge­orge school to teach chil­dren up to 18

The Sunday Telegraph - - News -

Prince Ge­orge’s prep school is to open a se­nior school for chil­dren up to the age of 18.

Thomas’s Bat­tersea, the £18,000-a-year school in south­west London, cur­rently teaches chil­dren from the age of four to 13, but plans to open a new school that will ed­u­cate chil­dren all the way up to 18.

Tobyn Thomas, a head teacher at the Thomas’s group of schools, told The Sun­day Times: “We be­lieve the best se­nior school is a grown-up prep school. This is about giv­ing the right ed­u­ca­tion for the right rea­sons.”

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