43 girls arrive at King Edward VI Five Ways grammar school

11th September 1998 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Hello, boys ...a century of tradition at the single-sex King Edward VI Five Ways grammar in Birmingham came to an end this week with the arrival of 43 girls. The move to co-educational status at the school - established in 1883 - has evened up the number of grammar-school places available to both sexes in the city. Photograph: News Team

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