New Education TV Series Seeking Students with GCSE Grades Lower Than They Wanted

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We are in the early stages of producing a documentary series for Channel 4 and are seeking teens aged 16-18 who didn't achieve the GCSEs grades they had hoped to receive.

As part of the series we are offering students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to embark on a scholarship
programme at India's most elite boarding school, the Doon School, popularly referred to as the 'Eton of India'.

The students on this programme will receive an education globally renowned for its academic excellence. Away from distractions, they will be provided with the best possible chance to succeed. At the end of their stay they'll return home,resit exams and aim to better their grades. This series is about teenagers who aren't ready to give up, and are prepared to travel across the world in pursuit of a second chance.

We are working to Channel 4's strict guidelines on engaging with under 18's.

For more information e-mail or Whatsapp: /07850099630

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