We are holding a Zoom webinar on June 25th exploring the problems of selection, with a focus on the unfairness of the 11-plus this year when education is disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Tickets are available now CLICK HERE.

A relic of the past – time to phase out the 11-plus

This year every formal exam has been cancelled yet the 11-plus is set to go ahead – isn’t now the time to rethink selection?

Zoom webinar: June 25th 7.30pm – 8.30pm

Our panel:

Fiona Millar

Fiona is a writer, education campaigner and school governor, as well as a former chair of Comprehensive Future.

Katy Simmons

Katy is Chair of governors at a non-selective school in Buckinghamshire and a member of anti-selection campaign group Local Equal Excellent.

Kieran O’Neill

Kieran is chair of the Catholic Principals Association, a coalition of heads in Northern Ireland. The CPA’s opposition to the 11-plus has played a part in several catholic grammar schools adopting comprehensive admissions this year.

Dr Gavin Morgan, vice chair of the British Psychological Society, Division of Educational and Child Psychology

Dr Nuala Burgess will chair.

Tickets are free, but we welcome a suggested donation of £3.50. Book your place here.