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Question 1: Aletha Hayter (1911-2006), author and ________ Representative
Instituto CervantesUnited KingdomInstituto CamõesBritish Council

Question 2: Downe House School is an independent girls' boarding school in the English county of ________.
WiltshireCounty DurhamBerkshireOxfordshire

Question 3: By 1921 this was too small for the school, so Willis bought The Cloisters, Cold Ash, ________, to which the school moved in 1922.
WiltshireOxfordshireCounty DurhamBerkshire

Question 4: Lady Gabriella Windsor, journalist and member of the ________
British princessBritish monarchs' family treeBritish Royal FamilyAnne, Princess Royal

Question 5: Downe House was founded in 1907 by Olive Willis, its first headmistress, as an all-girls' ________.
Private schoolPublic school (privately funded)Boarding schoolUniversity-preparatory school

Question 6: Its first home was Down House in the village of Downe, Kent, now part of the London Borough of Bromley, a house which had been the family home of ________.
Charles Darwin's religious viewsCharles Darwin's educationEvolutionCharles Darwin

Question 7: Downe House educates girls between the ages of eleven and eighteen, taking them from the last years of junior school through to the sixth form and ________.
Key StageKey Stage 3Sixth form collegeGCE Advanced Level

Question 8: Girls can join the school at the ages of eleven, twelve, or thirteen, on leaving a primary or prep school, or at sixteen after completing ________.
General Certificate of Secondary EducationGCE Advanced LevelKey Stage 4Key Stage 3


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