HC Deb 02 July 1973 vol 859 cc34-5W
Mr. Dykes

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if she will give a list of those local authority areas in England and Wales where mixed schemes of secondary reorganisation now exist, comprising both a form of comprehensive education and a form of grammar schools.

Mrs. Thatcher

In January 1972 the following local education authorities in England with at least one comprehensive school also had one or more maintained grammar schools:

Barnet Staffs
Bromley Suffolk East
Croydon Suffolk West
Ealing Surrey
Enfield Sussex East
Haringey Sussex West
Havering Warwicks
Hillingdon Westmorland
Hounslow Wilts
Redbridge Wores
Sutton Yorks East Riding
Bedfordshire Yorks North Riding
Berks Yorks West Riding
Bucks Birmingham
Cambridge and Isle of Ely Bradford
Cheshire Bury
Cornwall Burnley
Cumberland Coventry
Derbyshire Derby
Devon Gloucester
Dorset Grimsby
Durham Leeds
Essex Lincoln
Gloucestershire Liverpool
Hampshire Manchester
Herefordshire Nottingham
Hertfordshire Plymouth
Hunts and Peterborough Reading
Kent Southend
Lanes Southport
Lines (Kesteven) Stockport
Lines (Lindsey) Sunderland
ILEA Teesside
Northants Walsall
Northumberland Walsall
Notts Warley
Oxfordshire Wigan
Salop Wolverhampton

The position in Wales is a matter for my right hon. and learned Friend the Secretary of State for Wales.

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