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1986 EDUCATION

 of which 130 are sixth formers. The   
 punishment used is making pupils do   
 extra work or detentions after school 
 or during the lunch hour.             
 Mrs Hazel Nash the cook -has worked   
 there for over seven years. Chips and 
 beans are the favorite foods. 500 of  
 the pupils choose to have the dinners.
 Greenfield Private School             
   The school is in converted houses   
 and has two sections, junior and      
 senior. In the junior school there are
 165 pupils and in the senior 128. The 
 uniform, I expect you would have      
 guessed, is green. The school uses    
 Woking Park tennis courts and the     
 girls play hockey and go in for many  
 competitions. We asked, if the        
 headmistress could have a wish, what  
 would it be? She said it would be to  
 have the extension they are having    
 built paid for.                       
 

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