Schools in campaign's firing line;Grammar schools

1st October 1999 at 01:00
The grammar schools which are under the most immediate threat are Ripon and those in Barnet, Sutton, Kent and Trafford, where parents have already started the formal process towards a ballot.

The "Say No to Selection" campaign has registered with the Electoral Reform Society in each of these areas, where 49 schools are targeted. Campaigners in Trafford and Sutton became the latest to register last week.

Barnet: Queen Elizabeth's School; St Michael's Catholic Grammar School; The Henrietta Barnet School

Kent: Barton Court Grammar School; Borden Grammar School; Chatham House Grammar School for Boys; Clarendon House Grammar School; Cranbrook School; Dane Court Grammar School; Dartford Grammar School; Dartford Grammar School for Girls; Dover Grammar School for Boys; Dover Grammar School for Girls; Gravesend Grammar School for Boys; Gravesend Grammar School for Girls; Highsted School; Highworth Grammar School for Girls; Invicta Grammar School; Maidstone Grammar School; Maidstone Grammar School for Girls; Oakwood Park Grammar School; Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School; Simon Langton Girls' School; Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys; Sir Roger Manwood's School; The Folkestone School for Girls; The Grammar School for Girls Wilmington; The Harvey Grammar School; The Judd School; The Norton Knatchbull School; The Skinners' School; Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls; Tunbridge Wells Girls' Grammar School; Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys; Weald of Kent Grammar School; Wilmington School for Boys

Sutton:Nonsuch High School for Girls (in Surrey); Sutton Grammar School for Boys; Wallington County Grammar School; Wallington High School for Girls; Wilson's School

Trafford: Altrincham Grammar School for Boys: Altrincham Grammar School for Girls; Loreto Grammar School; Sale Grammar School; St Ambrose College; Stretford Grammar School; Urmston Grammar School

Yorkshire: Ripon Grammar School

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