§ Simon Hughes
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills now many new(a) sixth forms, (b) sixth form centres and (c) sixth form colleges have opened in each London borough under the London Challenge Planning since May 2003. 
§ Mr. Stephen Twigg
Since May 2003, the following new provision for 16–19 year olds has opened:
Sixth forms:Brent: Capital City Academy (11–18 Academy), replacing Willesden High School (11–18 school).Ealing: West London Academy (11–18 Academy), replacing Compton High School and Sports College (11–18 school).Lambeth: new sixth form at Dunraven School.193WLambeth: new sixth form at St. Martin in the Fields High School.Southwark: The Academy at Peckham (11–18 Academy), replacing Warwick Park (11–16 school).
Sixth form centres:Ealing: new sixth form centre as part of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College in Southall.Islington: new sixth form centre as part of City and Islington College at the Angel.Southwark: new sixth form academy as part of Southwark College at Waterloo.
Sixth form colleges:No sixth form colleges have opened since May 2003.