Invite from grammar

8th December 2006 at 00:00
A grammar school has been given a grant of pound;30,000 to encourage pupils at nearby comprehensives to stay in education.

The money, donated by the Sutton Trust education charity, is to pay for extra-curricular workshops by Bexley Grammar School for pupils from nearby Hurstmere, St Thomas More and Westwood schools in Kent.

Year 13 pupils at Bexley will run a series of workshops and taster sessions over the next two years about the benefits of continuing to study and going to university.

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