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Charlotte Church plans to open school in her Dinas Powys home

BBC News Monday, 9 September 2019
The singer says mainstream education is "struggling" with overcrowding and under-funding.
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Charlotte Church opening her own school The 'Crazy Chick' hitmaker wants to turn some of her home in Dinas Powys, Wales into a school: to educate 20 kids between the ages of nine and twelve. Charlotte Church told the BBC: Charlotte wants to be the music teacher at the school, and has spent the last...

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