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Financial Times 29th April 2016

Newspaper vendor Paddington Station, London | The Good Schools GuideBritain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

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Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

Financial Times 29th April 2016

Britain’s private schools are offering record amounts of financial support to middle-class families who are struggling to keep up with above-inflation fee increases.

Bursaries and scholarships totalling more than £850m were offered to parents last year, with more than £700m coming straight from schools’ funds, according to figures from the Independent Schools Council.

Means-tested assistance increased 9 per cent while overall support has grown by almost a third in nominal terms since 2010. Read more

- See more at: https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/press#sthash.p5vlr9Vs.dpuf

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