Grammar schools at risk due to focus on disadvantaged students, heads claim

Grammar schools claim they are being forced to axe courses, make teachers redundant and could face closure as a result of resources being diverted to low-achieving pupils.

Headteachers claim that selective schools – as well as comprehensives in more affluent areas – are the big losers in a funding regime where the focus has shifted towards children from deprived families.

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