A teacher is talking to a school inspector about the eleven-plus exams.
ĎItís a thing I feel strongly about. Every child shoulda safeguard against a change of circumstances.
take it, even those at the most expensive prep schools; itís
What does he mean by: it's a safeguard against a change of circumstances? I understand all these words but don't get the general idea of it?
I think it might mean that the parents could find themselves in economic difficulties and not able to pay school fees.