I can't find the original thread now but someone was asking if Pates were tweaking their entry criteria to favour poorer pupils.
Data published today has the average Gloucestershire school taking 19% of children with FSM over last 6 years.
For the grammars this is:
STR - 3.3%
HSFG - 3.5%
Ribston - 5.5%
Crypt - 5.8%
Marling - 3.9%
Stroud High - 3.6%
Interestingly, though some of the schools supposedly have a tiebreaker/oversubscription clause about FSM, it has hardly led to stellar access, has it? In fact Pates has this clause (vs e.g. STR which doesn't). There is also an interesting correlation between this and the data Cazien posted in the 'Rankings' thread on which were the 'best performing' grammars (though that puts STR at the top). This supports what lots of people have said - selection by ability is largely about selection by social class, very sadly - and the more selective the school the harder it is for poorer children to access it.
The link I used to do this was at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-37679722