Sculpture celebrates 350 years of Christ’s Hospital School

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Sculpture celebrates 350 years of Christ’s Hospital School

A sculpture celebrating 350 years of Christ's Hospital school has been officially unveiled in the City of London.

The school was set up in 1552 by the King Edward VI to help educate some of the capital's poorest children. 

Today, pupils’ fees are assessed according to family income and the school continues to provide scholarships.

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