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lscheung123 Tue 03-Feb-15 12:44:04

Which boarding school provideS CCF RAF and how much do they cost usually?smile

chemenger Tue 03-Feb-15 12:46:26

Boys or girls?

grovel Tue 03-Feb-15 12:54:43

Radley and Eton to name but two.

IndridCold Tue 03-Feb-15 12:55:09

Are you planning to choose a school based on whether or not they have a CCF? I would imagine that most of them do!

IndridCold Tue 03-Feb-15 12:58:13

Probably not Bedales smile.

Rivercam Tue 03-Feb-15 12:58:44

My son goes to CCF, in a state school. It's free, apart from trips and weekends away.

UptheRhine Tue 03-Feb-15 13:14:36

If you have a DS lok at Royal Grammar High Wycombe. State boarding with excellent RAF CCF. Much cheaper than private schools.

derektheladyhamster Tue 03-Feb-15 13:29:56

Christ's hospital - £10/yr + cost of boots.
Most trips are free (susidised by MOD)

HereIAm20 Tue 03-Feb-15 15:00:26

Shiplake College near Henley does CCF RAF

TalkinPeace Tue 03-Feb-15 15:24:02

meditrina Tue 03-Feb-15 15:41:43

Costs vary a bit between units, but it's usually under £100 to join (including uniform), and IIRC annual subs of £50-75 ish. There's usually an extra cost for camps, but it's typically way less than an activity based residential from other providers.

Lots of schools have them, boarding and day, state and private. It'll be in their websites, so perhaps it would be easier to check what your candidate schools have rather than look for a list?

lscheung123 Tue 10-Feb-15 12:34:11

thank you all!

DeWee Tue 10-Feb-15 16:12:18

Kirkham Grammar School used to have a very active one with army and RAF units. It doesn't cost anything on top of fees, even the uniform is provided.
They're about 25% boarding.

roguedad Tue 10-Feb-15 19:11:16

Abingdon has one with RAF representation. Not sure about cost though.

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