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Company offers same quality education as top public schools for half the price

The Guardian, 2 February 2012
Publié le : 2 février 2012
 Jessica Shepherd 

A for-profit company is setting up private schools that claim to offer the same quality education as top public schools but for half the price.

GEMS Education, based in Dubai, intends to open six fee-paying day schools for boys and girls aged three to 18 in towns and cities across England over the next two years.

The company plans to charge parents between £8,000 and £12,000 a year - about half or a third of the price of some of the country's leading public schools.

Sending a non-boarding teenager to Millfield in Somerset costs £19,500 a year, while King's College School in south-west London charges £17,520.

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