HC Deb 20 January 1965 vol 705 cc95-7W
Mr. Stainton

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will give details of the grammar schools which have lost, or are due to lose such status on being converted into, absorbed into or closed down in favour of comprehensive schools since 1945.

Mr. M. Stewart

This information in relation to the past is not available in my Department. The future of individual grammar schools will depend on the schemes adopted by each local education authority and by the Governors of Aided and Special Agreement Schools as they come to establish secondary education on comprehensive lines.