I recently acquired an old novel by Peter Ling, based on the now defunct Eagle comic.
Entitled, The Three Js and the Pride of Northbrook, it followed the adventures of three boys whose first names all began with J, and who attended an English private school called Northbrook. I remember these from the original comic, which I read as a boy in the 1950s, but am a little confused on one point. I always remembered Northbrook as a boarding school (the usual setting for school-based stories in that era) but in the novel it is described as a day school (though the boys' parents play so small a role that they might as well have been boarders).
Can anyone of my vintage help me out? Is my memory going, or was Northbrook changed to a day school in order (presumably) to attract a wider readership?