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Phasing out private schools? An evening of debate

Critics of private schools debated with three representatives from the sector on whether private schools should be ‘phased out’.

Guest speakers: Diane Reay, professor of education at Cambridge University; Sue Hincks, president of the Girls’ Schools Association and headmistress of Bolton School Girls’ Division; John Cloughton, former Chief Master of King Edward’s School, Birmingham; Phillip Britton, headmaster of Bolton School Boys’ Division.

Chair: John Morgan, NEU Manchester branch district secretary.

Location: Mechanics Institute, Manchester.

The first half of this event was organised by PEPF and the second half by Labour Against Private Schools (LAPS). This event was free.

View details of schedule here.

Live stream video available here.

View video of the event on our YouTube channel below

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