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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    Go state. There's your answer.
    It is...a state school duh.
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    (Original post by TammieNo5)
    It is...a state school duh.
    Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) is one of the UK's leading independent sixth-form colleges, specialising in A-level and GCSE courses.

    http://www.ccss.co.uk/

    Fees 2011-2012

    Two-year A-level course

    Standard fee £5,768 per term


    http://www.ccss.co.uk/fees/

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    State schools in the UK provide free education. 'Independent' in this context means 'not state', which means 'fee-paying'.
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    (Original post by chai wallah)
    What IS going on here? I'd really like to know.
    Read the thread maybe? ¬_¬
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    (Original post by TammieNo5)
    Read the thread maybe? ¬_¬
    Which doesn't explain why you can't go to a school/college that costs £0!
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    I feel sorry for the kid. He obviously believes that the state cannot provide him with the good education that he needs. At least give him credit for understanding the importance of a good education.... im not shunning the state system.... but still....
 
 
 
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