Girls allowed

2nd December 2005 at 00:00
One of the country's top private schools is to abandon its 453-year-old tradition and admit girls.

Shrewsbury school, which was founded by Edward VI in 1552, will allow girls into its sixth form from September 2007.

The pound;7,530-a-term school hopes eventually to include about 100 girls on its roll.

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