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Charlotte Church opening her own school

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Charlotte Church opening her own school

Charlotte Church opening her own school

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 year and a half visiting schools across the United Kingdom to pick up the best practices.

The singer also wants to send her own kids to her school too: and has now submitted plans to the Vale of Glamorgan council.

Charlotte has homeschooled her children for a number of years.

Charlotte Church told the BBC:

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