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Scaitcliffe

Scaitcliffe was a day/boarding prep school for boys aged 6-13 in Egham, Surrey. After merging with Virginia Water school, the school is now co-educational and known as Bishopsgate School. The school is located in a small village in Egham called Englefield Green near Windsor Great Park. People who attended Scaitcliffe include Richard Branson, founder of Virgin; Peter Palumbo, Baron Palumbo, the former chairman of the Arts Council of Great Britain, patron of the Arts and architecture connoisseur; Abhisit Vejjajiva, leader of the opposition Democrat Party in Thailand, who subsequently went to Eton College and Oxford University, Victor Ratz, American Entrepreneur; Charles Philipps, CEO of Amlin, also subsequently went to Eton College.

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