§ 34. Sir BERTRAM FALLE
asked the President of the Board of Education whether education authorities who have secondary schools without sixth forms, but possess a municipal college where facilities for this tuition are provided, are required to establish sixth forms in all secondary schools as well as the municipal college in order to be officially recognised by the Board of Education and to render scholars eligible for State scholarships to the universities?
§ Sir D. MACLEAN
The development in recent years of sixth form work in grant-aided secondary schools, which has resulted in remarkable successes of pupils from such schools at the Universities, is a notable feature of the public system of education, but the absence of such work does not render a school ineligible for recognition by the Board.