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The magazine is published twice a year March and September Printed in Full Colour - Size A4 Distributed via British Forces Post Office (both UK and Overseas)to the
Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force:
Also distributed to UK Diplomatic families via Foreign and Commonwealth Office
In the UK, there are some 500 accredited boarding schools in membership of either the Independent Schools Council or the Boarding Schools Association with a total boarding population of around 70,000.
Service parents are eligible to claim the Continuity of Education Allowance, which provides assistance with meeting the boarding fee. Consequently, Service children make up a vital proportion of those boarding, and their needs and special circumstances are well understood within the schools.In 2011 – 12 the Ministry of Defence spent £190 m. on boarding school fees for 8,410 children from Armed Forces families. The 8,410 (one in eight of the total boarding population) came from 5680 families with the breakdown of families being 65% Officers and 35% Other Ranks. Over the next five years 16,000 Army personnel and their families will be withdrawing from Germany leading to an increase of Service children in UK boarding schools.
DISTRIBUTION: 16,000 COPIES (PER ISSUE)
£4654 for Boarding Juniors
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