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Old 26.03.2010, 16:01
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Re: Boarding School Group

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Without trying to be flippant (after all, I am a boarding school product also), how about not limiting your son's scope to just other boarding school attendees.

It would probably be far more healthy to get him in to a few clubs / sports clubs out here - if you tell us his interests, i'm sure there's a few people who will be able to make suggestions.

No doubt there's plenty of forummers with kids that sort of age too.
I don't think your post is flipant. But the point with the Boarding School Group is most of the kids are in the same position. They come home for the holidays to stay with their parents and because they go to school elsewhere they have no friends in the locallity.

However if there are other kids that would like to meet up with our son whilst he is here thats great. He is into computer games (sadly) but also cycling, target shooting and is always willing to try something new.
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