Grammar schools receiving £50 million expansion cash are not doing enough to boost disadvantaged pupil numbers

Comprehensive Future sent a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to the 16 grammar schools awarded expansion funding on condition they boost their ... Read more

Grammar schools receiving £50 million expansion cash are not doing enough to boost disadvantaged pupil numbers 2019-07-08T10:33:51+00:00

Grammar schools are happy to be less selective when it suits them – the equivalent of 5 selective schools are full of pupils who failed the 11-plus

Comprehensive Future’s sent a Freedom of Information request to all 163 grammar schools to ask for details of their parental appeals process. ... Read more

Grammar schools are happy to be less selective when it suits them – the equivalent of 5 selective schools are full of pupils who failed the 11-plus 2019-04-30T11:22:02+00:00

Kent County Council want a new grammar school as heads warn the plan means the closure of a non-selective school

Two Kent grammar schools are bidding for Selective School Expansion Fund cash to open a 1,050 pupil ‘satellite’ grammar school in Herne ... Read more

Kent County Council want a new grammar school as heads warn the plan means the closure of a non-selective school 2019-04-15T16:54:44+00:00

Another £50 million of grammar school expansion cash, without any transparency about the numbers of disadvantaged pupils actually passing the 11-plus

The Department for Education has opened bidding for the second round of the £50 million a year Selective School Expansion Fund. In ... Read more

Another £50 million of grammar school expansion cash, without any transparency about the numbers of disadvantaged pupils actually passing the 11-plus 2019-02-12T10:03:31+00:00

Sixteen grammar schools win expansion funding, as the government pursues a policy that ignores all evidence

Sixteen grammar schools will receive a share of the £50 million Selective School Expansion fund, the government announced today. This controversial fund ... Read more

Sixteen grammar schools win expansion funding, as the government pursues a policy that ignores all evidence 2018-12-03T16:05:43+00:00
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