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But that meant sending boys of 13 many hundreds of miles south to attend schools such as Hilton and Michaelhouse in Natal, Bishops in Cape Town or St Andrew's, Grahamstown. This option was becoming less attractive to many, for although travelling was getting easier, the atmosphere in South Africa, dominated after 1947 by the Afrikaner Nationalist Party, was unappealing to many s A C O L O N Y IN A F R I C A Rhodesians, in that most British of colonies. It was also a great deal more costly than educating them locally.
So from April 1952 the 'proposed school' had the beginnings of a Board, and a strong link with Ellis Robins and the Ruzawi Group - a link that was to provide the funding in these early months. Snell and Hodgkinson had spent ten days together over Easter 1952 touring the Salisbury area and the Eastern Districts, petrol expenses being met by the Ruzawi Board. Eastern Rhodesia was the sort of country that appealed to Fred, and he was drawn back to the Chimanimani mountains, but decided that Melsetter was simply too inaccessible as a site for the new school.
In the broadest terms, the nature of the school had never been in doubt: it was to be a 'Church school'. That was from the first the intention of Paget and Snell, and it fitted into the relationship which the proposed school had - from the beginning - with the Ruzawi Group. But what more was it to be? Snell's first detailed memorandum, before the school had even been named, sketched out the 'Nature of the School': it was to be a Church school, with the bishop as a key player, though the school would be open to boys and staff of all Christian denominations.
A School in Africa by Alan Megahey