HC Deb 21 January 1965 vol 705 c103W
30. Sir T. Beamish

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science, if he is aware that the nine grammar schools in East Sussex are highly valued and have served the county well; and if he will give an assurance that he will not bring pressure on the East Sussex County Council to revise their long-term plans for secondary education to take account of comprehensive principles, in view of the fact that this would cause public resentment.

Mr. M. Stewart

I have already explained in reply to earlier Questions this afternoon that I shall be asking all local education authorities to submit plans for secondary reorganisation on comprehensive lines.