I have a "thing" about apostrophes. I know it's a boring subject to most peole so I won't go on about it. BUT, I notice that a school not so far away is 'loudly' declaring itself (in writing) as "St Thomas' School". Now, I don't know about you, but I think that everyone who is connected to that school would call it "St Thomas's School". What is it that makes people put a single apostrophe after a name like St Thomas, (and no further 's') when it is something that 'belongs' to St Thomas? Is there a grammatical law that I have missed that states that there cannot be an apostrophe 's' between to 's' 's'? How about Nicholas's? or Silas's?
Please, someone, have some sense and call the school St Thomas's.
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