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List of grammar schools in England

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map of English local authorities (9 filled) with 37 scattered filled circles
Grammar school areas and groups as identified by the Education (Grammar School Ballots) Regulations 1998.[1] LEAs considered grammar areas are shown filled, while circles indicate isolated grammar schools or clusters of neighbouring schools.

This is a list of the current 163 state-funded fully selective schools (grammar schools) in England, as enumerated by Statutory Instrument.[2][3][4] The 1998 Statutory Instrument listed 166 such schools. However, in 2000 Bristol Local Education Authority, following consultation, implemented changes removing selection by 11+ exam from the entry requirements for two of the schools on this original list.[5] Two schools (Chatham House Grammar School and Clarendon House Grammar School) merged in 2013.[6] This list does not include former direct grant grammar schools which elected to remain independent, often retaining the title "grammar school". For such schools see the list of direct grant grammar schools.

Under the Tripartite System of secondary education in England between the 1940s and 1960s, approximately a quarter of children were selected by the eleven plus exam for entry to grammar schools, either "maintained" grammar schools fully funded by the state or direct grant grammar schools. Most of the maintained grammar schools were closed or converted to comprehensive schools in the 1960s and 1970s, though a few local authorities resisted this move and retained a selective system. There are also a number of isolated grammar schools, which admit the candidates who score highest on their entry tests.[7][8]

The remaining 163 English state grammar schools are listed here grouped by region (from north to south) and Local Education Authority. There are no remaining state grammar schools in North East England. The gender indicated is that of the main school (ages 11–16). Several single-sex schools have sixth forms that also admit a small number of students of the opposite sex.

North West England

Cumbria

Lancashire

Liverpool

Trafford

Wirral

Yorkshire and the Humber

Calderdale

Kirklees

North Yorkshire

East Midlands

Lincolnshire

West Midlands

Birmingham

Stoke-on-Trent

Telford and Wrekin

Walsall

Warwickshire

Wolverhampton

East of England

Essex

Southend-on-Sea

South East England

Buckinghamshire

Kent

Medway

Reading

Slough

South West England

Bournemouth

Devon

Gloucestershire

Plymouth

Poole

Torbay

Wiltshire

Greater London

Barnet

Bexley

Bromley

Enfield

Kingston upon Thames

Redbridge

Sutton

See also

References

  1. ^ Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 2876 The Education (Grammar School Ballots) Regulations 1998 (Coming into force 3rd December 1998).
  2. ^ Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 2219 The Education (Grammar School Designation) Order 1998 (Coming into force 1st October 1998).
  3. ^ Statutory Instrument 1999 No. 2456 The Education (Grammar School Designation) (Amendment) Order 1999 (Coming into force 1st September 1999).
  4. ^ House of Commons Hansard, 16 July 2007: Columns 104W-107W, UK Parliament Publications & Records.
  5. ^ Lords Hansard Col 156 10 October 2000, Accessed 24 May 2015
  6. ^ Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School, Ofsted. Accessed 22 October 2020.
  7. ^ Pischke, Jörn-Steffen; Manning, Alan (April 2006). "Comprehensive versus Selective Schooling in England in Wales: What Do We Know?". NBER Working Paper No. 12176. doi:10.3386/w12176.
  8. ^ Schagen, Ian; Schagen, Sandy (November 2001). "The impact of the structure of secondary education in Slough" (PDF). National Foundation for Educational Research. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-10-03. Retrieved 2008-03-20. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
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