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ETON COLLEGE Documentary 1995: "Inside Eton"
"Inside Eton" by Howard Guard ※ Erroneously labelled elsewhere as 1993. Accurately, it was filmed in 1995--the year that Prince William entered. see also: other Eton College documentaries aired in 1967, 1980, 1991, and 2014
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Top 10 Schools in UK (London) that are hardest to get into
The 10 non-public schools that are hardest to get into in the UK 10. Tonbridge School Area: Tonbridge, Kent Yearly charges: £37,539 Number of understudies: 789 Sort: All young men Tonbridge School in Kent emerges for its great looking Victorian structures and 150 sections of land of playing fields. There's a solid concentrate on scholastics, and the school accomplished its best-ever GCSE brings about 2014 with 94% of understudies accomplishing A* or An evaluations. Tonbridge's playing fields were perceived as an Olympic preparing setting in 2012. 9. Stowe School Area: Stowe, Buckinghamshire Yearly expenses: £33,000 Number of understudies: 769 Sort: Mixed Sir Richard Branson broadly left Stowe School without any capabilities at 16 years old. Understudies take a typical placement test as a component of their application, and must apply three years ahead of time. 8. Benenden Area: Cranbrook, Kent Yearly charges: £34,455 Number of understudies: 544 Sort: All girls Benenden is the main young ladies' all-life experience school in the UK, and considers Princess Anne one of its previous understudies. A four-year holding up rundown to go to influences this an intense to place to get into. There are around three applications for each place accessible. 7. Charterhouse School Area: Godalming, Surrey Yearly charges: £36,774 Number of understudies: 788 Sort: Mixed Established by Thomas Sutton in 1611, Charterhouse School moved in 1872 from London to Godalming, where the new school was worked in 200 sections of land of finished grounds. Well known graduated class incorporate TV moderator Jonathan Dimbleby, and wellbeing secretary Jeremy Hunt. Understudies apply three years ahead of time, with guardians paying a £250 enlistment charge. 6. Ampleforth Abbey and College Area: Ampleforth, Yorkshire Yearly expenses: £32,733 Number of understudies: 607 Sort: Mixed Ampleforth College is the main Catholic full-live-in school in the UK. Over 70% of the understudy body is comprised of rehearsing Catholics, yet the school respects all religions. The school exhorts on its site that "kids who originate from Christian families are well on the way to profit by an Ampleforth instruction." 5. The City of London School Area: London Yearly charges: £14,886 Number of understudies: 920 Sort: All young men The City of London School is appropriate in the core of the capital on the stream Thames. It doesn't offer boarding, however has a solid scholastic notoriety, with around 10 candidates for each place in year six, as per Tatler. Daniel Radcliffe examined here while featuring in the Harry Potter films, and there is additionally a sister-school for young ladies. 4. Winchester School Area: Winchester Yearly expenses: £36,678 Number of understudies: 690 Sort: All young men Winchester is a young men just life experience school in Hampshire. 35% of graduating understudies won spots at Oxford and Cambridge a year ago, with 10 enlisting at Ivy League colleges. 3. Westminster School Area: London Yearly charges: £36,462 Number of understudies: 741 Sort: Mixed Westminster School sits appropriate alongside Parliament and Westminster Cathedral. Week by week gatherings are held in "Westminster Latin" — a vernacular that is novel to the school. Planned understudies wanting to select in year nine take a"pre-test" in year six, and should enlist three years ahead of time. 2. Harrow School Area: London Yearly expenses: £37,350 Number of understudies: 825 Sort: All young men London's Harrow School was established in 1572, however some confirmation young men were educated on the site as right on time as 1243, as indicated by Christopher Tyerman's book, "A History of Harrow School 1324 - 1991." The foundation is well known for its solid scholastic record, wild contention with Eton College, and boater caps. 1. Eton College Area: Windsor, Berkshire Yearly charges: £37,602 Number of understudies: 1,300 Sort: All young men A most loved of the regal family, Eton College is the UK's best-known tuition based school. The two Princes Harry and William are previous understudies, and in addition David Cameron, Boris Johnson and Eddie Redmayne. It's famously focused, with around 23% of candidates gaining a place.
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Mohamad at Eton: From Refugee Camp to UK Boarding School | REWIND
Almost a decade ago, Al Jazeera's Witness series followed 16-year-old Palestinian refugee Mohamad Fahed on a scholarship to Britain's most prestigious private school, Eton College. Thanks to an all-expenses-paid scholarship he was looking forward to spending two years in an environment that is largely unfamiliar even to average British students. Mohamad was a thoughtful boy whose life so far has been spent in the Rashidiya refugee camp in southern Lebanon. He dreamed of becoming an engineer, but as the second generation of his family to be born in exile, access to further education and jobs were limited. But then he won the Horizon Scholarship to Eton, which opened up his life in ways he could not have imagined. This moving film followed Mohamad through his first year at this extraordinary school - going through homesickness; taking advantage of extra-curricular activities like sport and music; participating in some of Eton's eccentric annual events, and most important of all, knuckling down to the rigorous educational timetable. Mohamad had to find ways to adapt to life in a boarding school and Eton's Christian framework with chapel attendance compulsory. Eight years on, REWIND catches up with Mohamad, who has now realised his dream and is working as an engineer with a large company in the UK, and he tells of his achievements - and his hopes for his, and Palestine's, future. Al Jazeera: You graduated from Eton in 2012. What has happened since? Mohamad: I was very fortunate to have been awarded another scholarship by the Horizon Foundation to continue my studies at UCL in London. I was awarded a job offer in London at a global engineering consultancy called Mott MacDonald where I have been working for more than a year now. Al Jazeera: What sort of projects are you working on there? Mohamad: I've mainly been working on two projects; the first one is a road expansion in the US. After that, I started working on a huge scheme in London called Cross Rail II and the aim is to build a new railway that connects South West London with North East London. Al Jazeera: Do you have any plans of going back to Lebanon, or even to Palestine? Mohamad: The reality is right now, as a Palestinian, I am deprived of the right to return to Palestine because of the Israeli occupation. The United Nations has reaffirmed our right as Palestinians to go back to our home countries. Every single year since 1948, since my grandparents were kicked out, the UN resolution 194 affirmed our right to go back but we've never been allowed to go. My grandmother, who was featured in this documentary, passed away two years ago without achieving her dream of going back. In terms of going back to Lebanon - I love Lebanon because my parents are there. I miss them, they miss me. The problem is that as Palestinians in Lebanon, we're deprived of many civil rights. We are not allowed to work in more than 20 professions. Me, as a civil engineer, I wouldn't be able to practise in Lebanon. Many of my friends who have graduated from university have gone back to Lebanon, and at the moment are still unemployed. Al Jazeera: So where is home for you? How does your family feel now that this has been more of a one-way journey for you? Mohamad: My dream is to be back in Palestine. The ultimate goal of a home is Palestine. At the same time, I still have my childhood memories of Lebanon. I love Lebanon because I grew up there and my family is there. The UK, on the other hand, has provided me with life-changing opportunities. I spent the formative years of my life here, I made many friends, I made work connections, so I will always have a connection. Home will always continue to be, in the back of my mind, Palestine. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
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Eton Style (Gangnam Style Parody) - (강남스타일) M/V
Dear World Wide Internets, Here is a hearty gift from the lads over at jolly old Eton to you. Much love, Rather Rum Eton Style is a parody of 'Gangnam Style' by PSY, and is not for profit. No copyright infringement intended. Lyrics: Wake in the morning at 8:30 pretty standard, If you don't haul arse to chapel then you're late, and reprimanded, They'll close the doors right in your face and they will leave you stranded, Then you're in tardy, chin up buddy. I've got my fixtures here, it's got a list of all my peeps, We go to chambers here, it's where you go to speak to beaks, There's college library there, we got originals from Rousseau and his mate Voltaire, And they're just sitting there ('cause we don't care). We may be awkward, frustrated, lonely and insecure, (hey) yes insecure (hey), We don't like conflict with other people, so just don't try, (hey) don't be that guy (hey), 'Cause if you push us then we'll just break down and cry. But we've got Eton Style, Eton style (yah yah yah yah), Yah we've got Eton Style, Eton style (yah yah yah yah), Yah we've got Eton Style, Hey, sexy lady, (yah yah yah yah), We've got Eton Style, Hey sexy lady, (yah yah yah yah), Hey hey hey hey. Me and my homies runnin around and getting dizzy, Don't even know what we drank but we'll take it if it's fizzy, I think it might be Moët at a hundred pounds a bottle, 'Cause here we drink that just like water. Got Eton Dorney there, put our school in the Olympics, Windsor Castle there, direct phone right up to Prince Harry, Eton's cannon there, I think we stole from the Russians, Won it fair and square (well, not really fair) We may awkward, frustrated, lonely and insecure (hey), yes insecure (hey), We're not too social, can't talk to women, although we try (hey), we're just too shy (hey), If you approach us then we'll just break down and cry. But we got Eton Style Eton style (yah yah yah yah) Yah we've got Eton Style Eton style (yah yah yah yah) But we've got Eton Style Hey, sexy lady, (yah yah yah yah) We've got Eton Style Hey sexy lady, (yah yah yah yah) Hey hey hey hey No, I don't know, Why we all wear these clothes, But baby, baby, Just come on and watch me row. No, please don't go, Oh we can take it slow, Baby, baby, I still got a lot of land to show you. (You know what I'm saying?) We've got Eton style! Hey hey hey hey hey hey, Hey, sexy lady (yah yah yah yah), Yah we've got Eton Style, Hey, sexy lady (yah yah yah yah), Hey hey hey hey hey hey, We've got Eton Style.
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Mission discovery programme has been started under the international space school education trust and young explorer institute on 1 may 2018. This 6 dYs programme will be attended by Nasa astraunots, and scientists from King's college, England. They will reveal the secrets of universe to the students. Mayo College (Informally Mayo) is a boys-only independent boarding school in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. It was founded in 1875 by Richard Bourke, 6th Earl of Mayo who was also the Viceroy of India from 1869 to 1872. The school is one of the oldest public boarding schools of India. The present principal is Lt.Gen.(Retd) Surider Kulkarni, who has occupied the post since Jan. 2015 and is the 17th principal of the school. The idea for the college was proposed in 1869 by Colonel Walter. The school was founded in 1875 and Colonel Sir Oliver St John became its first principal.[1] The founder's intention was to create an Eton of India. The 1st Earl of Lytton, Viceroy of India, said in a speech on campus in 1879: "The idea was well expressed long ago by Colonel Walter in an excellent and most suggestive report which may have influenced Lord Mayo when he founded the present college. In that very sensible report Colonel Walter pointed out that what was then most needed for the education of India's young rulers and nobles was an Indian Eton. Mayo is India's Eton and you are India's Eton boys."[2] With a view to providing the leaders of the princely states with an education similar to that given by Eton College. The British built Mayo for the sons of the Indian upper classes, particularly the princes and nobles of Rajputana. The school houses 850 pupils aged 9 to 18. Mayo College is considered among the best boarding schools in the world. History and traditions College building c. 1895 Mayo's first student, H.H. Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar, arrived at the school gates in October 1875 on the back of an elephant accompanied by 300 retainers and a menagerie of tigers, camels and horses. One of the school's traditions is meeting for tea in the lawns known as Mughal Gardens immediately after the Annual Prizegiving ceremony; it is believed that M.N. Kapur (who went on to become one of Modern School New Delhi's most respected and beloved principals) did away with using a rope to divide English guests and Indian guests at this ceremony. The Annual Prize giving, one of the oldest ceremonies at Mayo, has seen chief guests including Lord Irwin, Viceroy of India, Lord Chelmford, governor general of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, ex-president of India, HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur, HH Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, Vijayalakshmi Pandit, Dr Zakir Hussain, ex-president of India, Dr Karan Singh, Indira Gandhi, ex-prime minister of India, field marshal Sam Manekshaw, H.H. Sayyid Faher Bin Taimur of Oman, HM Birendra Shah, King of Nepal, Sardar Khushwant Singh, HH Madhavrao Scindia, Sir Peter Ustinov, Jaswant Singh and LK Advani. Other traditions at Mayo include an annual horseback parade by the students and sporting fixtures between Old Boys and current students (including a polo match). ===================================================== Tourist Places to Visit in Ajmer :- Dargah Shariff, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Ana Sagar Lake, Rangji Temple, Nareli Jain Temple, Adhai-din ka Jhonpra Mosque, Savitri Temple, brahma temple, Akbar's Palace \ Akbar's Museum, Foy Sagar Lake, Akbari Masjid, Shah Jahan's Mosque, Birla City Water Park, Buland Darwaza, Daulat Bagh Garden, Mayo College Museum, Prithviraj Smarak Monument, Dargah Hazrat Meera Syed Hussain, Paradizzo Resort, City Square Mall, pushkar, Baradari, Abdullah Khan's Tomb, Daulat Khana, Bhagchand Ki Kothi, Ajaipal, Sola Khamba, Abdullah Khan's Tomb, Mangliyawas, Anted ki Mata Temple, War Memorial
Two 17-year-old Eton school boys in Britain are taking social media to the slopes in the form of a f
FOR CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: 932365 VOICE-OVER SCRIPT: WHILE HARRY POTTER STIRRED UP MAGIC AT HOGWARTS, TWO BOYS AT ANOTHER BRITISH BOARDING SCHOOL HAVE BEEN BUSY CARVING UP THE SLOPES. SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD SKI FANS AND ETON COLLEGE STUDENTS KIT LOGAN AND ED HARDY DESIGNED A FREE SLOPE-BASED PHONE APPLICATION, CALLED EDGE. (SOT: Kit Logan, co-founder of Edge Ski app, age 17): "It was a lot of running and a lot cycling in cities particularly, where there were these apps popping up for sort of tracking and sort of information. It was basically competing against each other in specific tracks around London that really made us think, 'Well hang on, why doesn't this happen for skiing?" THE APP USES GPS TECHNOLOGY TO DELIVER SLOPE ANALYTICS LIKE SPEED, DISTANCE, AND VERTICAL CHANGE TO SKIIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS. (SOT: Ed Hardy, co-founder of Edge Ski app, age 17): "They want to see the speed that they hit when they went over that jump, they want to see the vertical distance, the altitude, all that kind of information that previously they've not even been aware of." ...AND THIS NEW INFORMATION IS STOKING COMPETITION.... (SOT: Susanne Matena, snowboarder from the Netherlands): " You can measure your speed and stuff like that. It's great because normally it is already cool snowboarding, but measuring your speed gives extra fun." THE APP ALSO FEATURES A DATABASE OF AROUND 600 SKI RESORTS WITH DETAILED REVIEWS FROM RESTAURANTS TO RENTALS. (SOT: Ed Hardy, co-founder of Edge Ski app, age 17): "With us, we're seamlessly hooked in with Foursquare, you don't need an account to sign in, just go on, tap a venue and you can flick through the photos, get a feel for the venue that you're visiting and then make the decision to go there." EDGE NOW CLAIMS MORE THAN 21,000 MILES SKIIED AND 1,000 UNIQUE RESORT CHECK-INS SINCE LAUNCHING IN DECEMBER 2013. JILL CRAIG/Associated Press You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d68ee8cc75247f29768d3544eb79a690 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Inside Afghanistan's First Boarding School for Girls | National Geographic
Educator and 2014 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Shabana Basij-Rasikh runs Afghanistan's first boarding school for girls. She believes that educating and empowering young women is the first step in healing Afghanistan's ethnic strife and boosting its struggling economy. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Read more about Shabana Basij-Rasikh and her work: http://goo.gl/VozxE8 The Explorers Project chronicles the work of National Geographic's Emerging Explorers—tomorrow's visionaries who are making discoveries, making a difference, and inspiring people to care about the planet. Learn more at http://nationalgeographic.com/emerging. FIELD PRODUCER: David Gill PRODUCER/EDITOR: Julia Wall COMPOSER: Matt Brandau EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Anastasia Cronin and Jennifer Shoemaker SENIOR PRODUCER: Kristin Wilcox ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Alexandra Verville Inside Afghanistan's First Boarding School for Girls | National Geographic https://youtu.be/L30p3ClMzvY National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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(16 Jun 2000) English/Nat XFA Britain's Prince William celebrates his eighteenth birthday next Wednesday, and in anticipation of worldwide media interest in the event, he has allowed television pictures to be released showing him for the first time taking part in activities at his school. The prince will be studying for exams on the day itself and hopes that the release of these pictures will allow him to continue his studies in peace. However royal watchers warn that the world's interest in him is likely to increase dramatically now that he is entering adulthood and he could become - like his mother Princess Diana - a source of massive media interest. This is the first time that Prince William has allowed television cameras such an intimate glimpse into his private life at his school. He's hoping that by allowing this insight into his school life he will be able to concentrate on his studies. The prince will not be partying on the day of his birthday next week - he's going to have to prepare for an 'History of Art' exam the following day. These pictures show him hard at work in Eton school's library. He is also studying Biology and Geography and aims to study the History of Art at university. There has been much speculation that he will be going to Edinburgh university once he finishes at Eton at the end of this month. Eton is regarded as the most privileged of all the private schools in Britain. It was Princess Diana who had a large influence in deciding to send her sons there - they would be close to home, and by mixing with other children of the rich and famous, would not endure the bullying their father was subjected to in his remote Scottish school. Judy Wade, a seasoned royal watcher says she's impressed by how naturally William comes across. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It's the first time the cameras have been concentrating straight on him - we've seen him before in photocalls with his father and his brother but we've never seen William in the spotlight as much as he is today - and so I was very impressed - but of course people may be surprised that he's allowed this intrusion into his private life at school, but it's understandable because he has got a kind of loose arrangement with the media that if he now and then provides them with pictures, in return the newspapers and television companies will leave him alone and give him a bit of space." SUPER CAPTION: Judy Wade, Royal Editor, OK Magazine Like most young men his age, William is fascinated by computers. He has said he loves computer games and the internet is not a big mystery to him. Allowing people to see him at work in his study was a different way of satisfying the media appetite for private pictures. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think it was a choice that was forced upon him. If he didn't do this he was just going to be hassled all the time and William understands that if he gives a little bit, then he can have more peace. I think it's very nice that he has done this and it's a novel, new way of doing things, rather than giving just a serious interview, this is the way forward." SUPER CAPTION: Ingrid Seward, Editor, Majesty magazine Unlike most private schools, Eton boys mainly play football and not rugby. William did however play rugby to begin with and proved an excellent player. He was unable to continue though when he broke a finger, which required surgery, last year. William has become a football fan and recently revealed that he supports London team Aston Villa. These carefully monitored and controlled pictures do not show him playing Eton's notoriously tough game called the Wall Game, which is unique to the school and baffling to outsiders. SOUNDBITE: (English) SOUNDBITE: (English) SOUNDBITE: (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/99e0600149deec7bd870ca21a8c6bd54 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Eton Girls Cup Song
We are ten girls from Eton school. We performed our version of the Cup Song for our school variety show. Here's a preview!
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Eton │Windsor Castle with guard change - Downtown Eton - Eton College
Welcome to Eton, UK - actually until I've visited Eton for the first time, I only heard of that city in crossword puzzles. I was fully surprised who small that city or better to say that kind of village is. It's a small town on some sort of hill - up there you can visit the Windsor Castle where Lady Diana lived with William and Harry during the time they both went to school in Eton. At the bottom of the town, there is the famous Eton college. That is still a school full of elegance and British rules - so each student who attends the college has to wear a special school uniform that looks like a fancy black suit with a with shirt. As I said, up there on the hill there is the castle - each day tourists watch the changing guards and all around - you find numerous souvenir shops, restaurants and cafés selling crazy colored cakes and cupcakes. Right next to the Windsor Castle there is a McDonalds restaurant - while eating in there, you have a direct view across the road to Windsor Castle. I bet Lady Diana surely also went there with her sons, William and Harry for a cool American lunch break. --- More information about ---- - Eton / Eton College http://www.etoncollege.com/AboutEton2.aspx - Windsor Castle https://www.royalcollection.org.uk/visit/windsorcastle See you next time ...if you like! - Subscribe my Channel - Like - Watch again Stay tuned - your team from CosmopolitanViewTV Contact: [email protected] Video: produced by CosmopolitanViewTV, 2017. Music: YouTube Music - Uptown - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
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Boarding Schools in UK
UK boarding schools are residential schools for children and teenagers up to the age of 18, offering internationally recognised qualifications such as GCSEs, Scottish Standard Grades and Highers, A-levels and the International Baccalaureate. UK boarding schools offer you an outstanding education, helping you to develop your skills and progress to university. All UK boarding schools have to meet strict UK government standards relating to the quality of their teaching, facilities and student care. You may have read Harry Potter and dreamed about what life at a UK boarding school would be like. We can’t promise you any magicians, but we do hope you will have a fantastic experience! UK boarding schools Harry Potter
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Girls Get Active with Manisha Tailor #Swaggarlicious
Girls Get Active day at Slough & Eton college. Filmed and edited by Entyce productions =] Twitter: @manishatailor1 Website: www.swaggarlicious.com Instagram: @swaggarliciousltd Facebook: www.facebook.com/swaggarlicious
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Eton College College Royal Boarding school   Michail Prochorov @ Marina Project
Eton College Royal Boarding School "Pushka From Sevastopol " in Eton College Royal Boarding School , Marina Mama [email protected] worked in 2003-2006 current project "Russian Empire in New Modern World With Michail Prochorov Russian Billionaire Invest to Our Future Work Education Dreams " ! Prince Harry @ Prince William King of England study from 13th to 17th year old boys studying at Eton before Cambridge @ Oxford Universities, Anthony Babich-West with Daddy from Virginia Water locally !
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Eton of the East | Mayo College, Ajmer
This video of Mayo College, Ajmer will show you one of the most opulent campuses in India.It covers the major infrastructures of the campus. Mayo college is globally recognized,not only for its intellectual rigor and pursuit of innovative knowledge,but also for its architectural wonders. The beautiful 187 acres campus is a source of inspiration and creates an atmosphere which instigates students to perform well to prove their level best.Mayo develops,in a child, core philosophies and shows him his moral righteousness. Catch a glimpse of this enchanting experience and take a look at what Mayo is all about...
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1990s Eton Schoolboys, Public Boys School
From the Kinolibrary archive film collections. To order the clip clean and high res visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref DW018142. 1990s colour footage with sound of public school Eton schoolboys outside the grounds in traditional tailcoat uniforms.
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Eddie Redmayne, Eton College Chapel Choir, reads 'The Christmas Truce' 1998
A reading by the 16 year old Eddie Redmayne whilst a member of the school chapel choir, from a letter written by Captain R J Armes, 1st North Staffs. Regiment, describing the Christmas Truce of 1914. t's an extremely moving performance and a foretaste of the Oscar winning actor he was to become. Taken from a TV broadcast called 'Christmas Glory' with the choirs of Eton College and St Georges Chapel, Windsor. Visit the Archive of Recorded Church Music website for further information on the collection. www.recordedchurchmusic.org
BOARDING EDUCATION: Swimming Requirement (Eton College)
EXPLANATION: Eton College is located by the River Thames. For the pupils' own safety--and as part of the broad teaching and training in the learning and living environment--those who are unable to swim are taught; and those who claim to already be able to swim are, shortly upon arrival, nonetheless tested to confirm that. . As with old institutions--Eton was founded nearly six centuries ago: in 1440--with a vertical--hierarchical--society, outside the classroom the older pupils are expected to teach and otherwise watch over the younger ones. Outside the classroom, much of the teaching and petty discipline is conducted by older boys, supervised by The Headmaster and other Masters--this is how they train to do it properly in the real-world outside later in life. (And as said in another documentary, "Eton has always been a boy-run school.") . This scene shows precisely that. Notice 1. how the pupil named Rupert undergoing the test is in full clothing, including shoes on; 2. how the test is specific--one lap each for every stroke, and includes sculling (a.k.a. "floating" or "treading water"); 3. how the older pupil is giving the young one tips on how it can be done easier; 4. how other pupils are simultaneously being tested. . ※ Some viewers have misunderstood that the older boy is bullying the younger one. There is absolutely no such element in this scene. ※ The required test includes being able to stay afloat for a set minimum number of seconds--the conversation over football is what is called "small talk", killing time until that minimum number of seconds pass (and the remark about which team--i.e. level, because even academic subjects are taught at different levels at Eton College, thus classes are referred to as "divs" meaning "divisions"--is called encouragement, i.e. always subjecting someone to even higher expectations than they initially believe themselves capable). ※ see sculling: http://www.enjoy-swimming.com/sculling-water.html ※ This clip is from a 1991 documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tcRXHyEKC4 . TRIVIA: In Harrow School London, new pupils--called "shells" (in Radley College called "stigs"; in Eton College called "tugs"; in Herald Boarding Academy called "clays", and newbies are addressed as "Mr. Clay" or "Miss Clay" until their names are remembered)--are required to commit to memory details about school life--including 1. the designated-colors of the other Houses (in Radley College called "Socials"; and in Herald Boarding Academies called "Quads" or "Quadrangles", from the mandated shape of their buildings); 2. the names of the other Houses' Housemasters; 3. the names of the Masters in the school. A booklet is available, and each newbie is assigned a remove--a fellow-pupil who is a year above--to prepare. A test is conducted. And in some Houses, use of one's own mobile telephone is limited to a number of minutes a day, until the newbie passes the said test. . _____ . RELEVANCE TO THE HERALD INSTITUTE: Herald Statutes mandate that every Herald Boarding Academy be located where there is a body of water. HBA pupils, too, are required to pass a swimming test--including saving someone who is drowning. . __________ . View other Illustrative Video Clips explaining concepts which are fundamental to Statesmanship and to the mission of THE HERALD INSTITUTE--either here in our Official YouTube Channel HERALD INSTITUTE MEDIA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv74d4bs05kfMVemBcsTbbQ, or in our Official Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/pg/heraldinstitute/videos/. Or visit us at http://www.heraldinstitute.org.
ETON COLLEGE: The Head Master retires (1933)
HERALD BOARDING ACADEMY When A Headmaster Retires The video clip is of Eton College, filmed in 1933. Headmasters (or written as "Head Master(s)") customarily serve for a decade, give or take a few years. Separate from The House Masters (called "Quad Masters" at HBA) and The Provost, the Headmaster is paramount on academic matters, and is the Magistrate within the school. In other old academic institutions, other terms can be used: at Radley College, he is called the "Warden".
How to get into Eton
Eton College was founded by King Henry VI in 1440 with the specific purpose of educating 70 poor scholars. These days you don’t need to be poor to go to Eton. In fact, with the annual fees of £37,000, one has to be rather rich to go there. There are a number of options reducing those fees or having to pay nothing at all to study there. We will talk about it in more detail in out next video. So money actually isn’t the only factor, if a factor at all, in getting into Eton! So what is? Read the full blog here http://www.regencyeducation.co.uk/how-to-get-into-eton/?lang=en
Eton Wall Game (1956)
M/Ss of numerous Eton schoolboys walking in the streets around the school near Windsor in Berkshire. M/Ss of a line of boys in striped hats, scarves and socks, and shorts and jumpers; walking across a field with arms linked; the centre boy holds a ball; they walk alongside a wall. Commentator talks of old customs still surviving at the school " - like the famous Wall Game". M/S of a crowd of spectators in overcoats; it looks very cold! C/U of an Eton boy standing with others at the wall; tilt down to show the ball in his hands. M/S of the boys taking off their long stripy scarves and hanging them on hooks on the wall. M/S from the top of the wall as the boys crowd round the referee who starts the game by putting the ball on the ground. M/S of a small group of boys pushing away at the wall; presumably at the ball, in the scrum somewhere; tilt up to show some boys sitting on the top of the wall and watching the game. M/S from the other side of the wall as two boys help another to climb up and sit there. Various M/Ss from the top of the wall of the boys all pushing against the wall and each other. Commentator explains the object of the game is for one team to push, carry or kick the ball to Windsor, while the other team tries take the ball in the opposite direction. High angle M/S as one boy staggers out from the scrum clutching his head. M/S of the crowd as a boy in Eton school uniform screams encouragement. High angle M/S of the boys pushing each other against the wall - oo-er! Various shots of the college buildings; statue of King Henry VI in the courtyard, boys and school masters walking about the college and streets around it. More shots of the 'game'; C/U of Henry, Duke of Gloucester; Prince William is just seen next to him. C/U of a boy in a top hat standing in the crowd next to a young girl. High angle shot of the game and the head clutching boy. Note: on file are news articles and a rule book about the game, plus a guide book about Eton College. FILM ID:203.09 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Eton Voting Song: Celebrating Tory Old Etonians
This is taken from Bremner, Bird and Fortune. In this video clip Bremner has a pop at the Bullingdon Boys. David Cameron, Gideon Osborne, Boris Johnson are all current opposition front benchers or prominent members of the Conservative party & are still members of the Bullingdon Club. The Bullingdon modus operandi is to book a restaurant under a false name, smash it up, and throw large amounts of money at the upset owners — a form of behaviour which dates back to Victorian times.
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Eton College in Berkshire.
Eton College in Berkshire just outside of Windsor.
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Eton College is an English independent boarding school for boys in Eton, Berkshire, near Windsor. It educates more than 1,300 pupils, aged 13 to 18 years.
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Norman Routledge - How I taught mathematics at Eton College (100/139)
Norman Routledge (1928-2013) won a mathematics scholarship to King's College, Cambridge, where he was made a Fellow in 1951, forming friendships with Alan Turing and EM Forster. He went on to become a schoolmaster and housemaster at Eton until his retirement in 1989. [Listener: Christopher Sykes]
Boarding Schools: The Secret Shame – Exposure (ITV) - DOCUMENTARY
Boarding Schools: The Secret Shame – Exposure (ITV) 2018 followed journalist Alex Renton, who was himself abused as an eight-year-old by his teacher, as he investigated how much schools knew about what was going on behind their closed doors.
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Top 10 Best Girls Boarding Schools in India 2017
Like | Share | Comment TOP | 10 | LIST Best Girls Boarding Schools in India Welham Girls School, Dehradun Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior Ashok Hall Girls Residential School, Ranikhet Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar Mussorie International School, Mussorie Shah Satnam Ji Girls School, Sirsa Ecole Global International Girls School, Dehradun Mody School, Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan Birla Balika Vidyapeeth, Pilani Subscribe This Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNUGa52iPJgs-YxX093YfUw
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Eton College Students serenade the graduating class
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Eton College: "The Incognitos" - Patience (Take That Cover)
Eton College: 'The Incognitos' (established by Aidan Oliver in 1992) perform Take That's "Patience". Follow Eton College's close harmony group "The Incognitos" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theincognitos?fref=nf&pnref=story The Incognitos are: Phil Durrant George Gibbon Charles Marshall Binath Philomin Tom Pickard James Picton-Turbervill Sergei Tugarinov Robert Winter Filmed and recorded by Naked Noise: http://nakednoise.co.uk
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Norman Routledge - Boys playing girls at Eton (126/139)
Norman Routledge (1928-2013) won a mathematics scholarship to King's College, Cambridge, where he was made a Fellow in 1951, forming friendships with Alan Turing and EM Forster. He went on to become a schoolmaster and housemaster at Eton until his retirement in 1989. [Listener: Christopher Sykes]
Welham Girls' School I Can. Conference - Recap
Recap of the Welham Girls' I School I Can. Conference held on the 30th-31st of July 2015. #WGSICAN
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Breaking News | Princess Aiko to attend summer school in Eton College
Breaking News | Princess Aiko to attend summer school in Eton College Breaking News | Princess Aiko to attend summer school in Eton College Princess Aiko, the only child of Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako, will study at Eton College on the outskirts of London from late July to early August, sources close to the matter said Thursday. The 16-year-old princess, currently a second-year student at Gakushuin Girls' Senior High School in Tokyo, will join a three-week summer school program at the private school to study English and British culture. It will be her first overseas stay on her own. Prince William and Prince Harr... SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMjaOmdSqkcKmrntN5TF4Q Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/World-Breaking-News-1801911953358902/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/trinhhuuminhly Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101746655803030079868 Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/adanjanuzai/ Wedsite : http://www.bbc.com/news Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/world_breaking_news_tv/ Source : http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/940332071?-: Thanks For Watching Video. Please SUBSCRIBE
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Cheltenham Ladies' College - Community
Cheltenham Ladies’ College opened in 1854, with the purpose of providing girls with a thorough academic education. Over 160 years later, we continue to be proud of our strong tradition of innovation, academic excellence and empowerment in the education of young women who are enthusiastic, intellectually curious and self-motivated. Website: https://cheltladiescollege.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cheltladiescoll Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheltLadiesColl/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheltladiescoll/
10 Best Boarding Schools In India
The system of Gurukuls has been there in our history. Now the Gurukuls has been transformed into boarding schools. India has numerous boarding schools with best of its education. Here is a list of 10 best boarding schools in India. 1. Rishi Valley School - Chittoor 2. The Doon School - Dehradun 3. Bishop Cotton School - Shimla 4. Mayo College Girls School - Ajmer 5. Sherwood College - Nainital 6. Welham Girls School - Dehradun 7. Bangalore Military School - Bangalore 8. New Era High School - Panchgani 9. The Lawrence School - Sanawar 10. Birla Public School - Pilani Do let me know in the comment section, how you liked this video.
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Eton College Steeplechase (1923)
Item title reads - Eton college steeplechases. Not a runner flinched at the chilly water jumps. Eton, Berkshire. L/S as the boys all set off across a field. M/S as they jump into the water and climb out of the other side, C/U of them in the ditch. M/S as they collapse on the ground afterwards. C/U of one boy out of breath, presumably the winner. FILM ID:298.19 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Britain's Youngest Boarders 2010
Documentary following boys as young as seven or eight when they leave home for the first time and start boarding school in England. This film tells the story of three boys - Luke, Louis and Dominic - during their first term at Sunningdale, a small family-run prep school in Berkshire that educates 100 boys, the vast majority of whom go on to top public schools like Eton or Harrow. Another documentary, titled "Leaving home at 8", follows girls at a similar age: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPVf1OZjNtI
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Eton School - I Am Becoming
Video honoring the teachers and students of Eton School. Music by VNV Nation, used with permission.
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Norman Routledge - Pop at Eton (118/139)
Norman Routledge (1928-2013) won a mathematics scholarship to King's College, Cambridge, where he was made a Fellow in 1951, forming friendships with Alan Turing and EM Forster. He went on to become a schoolmaster and housemaster at Eton until his retirement in 1989. [Listener: Christopher Sykes]
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Cheltenham Ladies' College - Best of Both Worlds
Cheltenham Ladies’ College opened in 1854, with the purpose of providing girls with a thorough academic education. Over 160 years later, we continue to be proud of our strong tradition of innovation, academic excellence and empowerment in the education of young women who are enthusiastic, intellectually curious and self-motivated. Website: https://cheltladiescollege.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cheltladiescoll Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheltLadiesColl/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheltladiescoll/
Hey Little Rich Girl by Eton Rivals (Live at Sangrafest 2017)
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http://www.rendcombcollege.org.uk - Rendcomb College Independent Boarding and Day School for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 years. Situated in the Cotswolds between Cirencester and Cheltenham
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