Wandsworth takes 11-plus route;In brief

12th March 1999 at 00:00
THE Conservative-controlled south London borough of Wandsworth is to introduce an 11-plus exam in its primary schools, to help three secondaries to select pupils by ability and its six comprehensives to set up ability bands. All children will take the exam, which was introduced to prevent their having to take a separate entrance exam for each school.

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