The Annual General Meeting of Comprehensive Future was held in Hamilton House, London, on 27th November 2019. The theme of our panel ... Read more
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Please respond to the consultation on Kent’s new selective school. The council call it a ‘satellite’ – it looks an awful lot like a new grammar school!
Kent County Council (KCC) operate the largest fully selective council in the country, and they are pouring around 30 million into expanding ... Read more
Our AGM event will take place on November 27th at 6.45 pm at Hamilton House (NEU Headquarters), Mabledon Place, Kings Cross, London ... Read more
Tory manifesto to pledge grammar school expansion, as Kent County Council consult on a new ‘satellite’ selective school
The Sunday Times has announced that the Tory manifesto will pledge funds for the expansion of grammar schools. The source did not ... Read more
News round-up: Party conferences, Bucks 11-plus error, the history of comprehensive education and more
Party Conference events We held successful conference fringe meetings at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton, and the Conservative Party Conference in ... Read more
Comprehensive Future hosted two successful fringe events at the Labour and Conservative Party conferences. The Labour Party event was organised in association ... Read more
A parent from Kent shares her story about the pressure to choose a grammar school, and her discovery that her son could ... Read more
The Labour Party debated Early Years, Education and Skills at conference yesterday, with Alexa Collins of a Beaconsfield CLP successfully presenting a ... Read more
Sevenoaks ‘annexe’ drops integration with main school site and operates as standalone grammar school
In 2017 Tonbridge's Weald of Kent Grammar School opened a £19m "annexe" in Sevenoaks, 10 miles from its main site. New grammar ... Read more
Back in April ambitious grammar schools sent in bids to claim a share of this year's £50 million Selective School Expansion Fund ... Read more