Have any of you read this in the news section of Michael Fallon MP's website?http://www.michaelfallon.org.uk/?p=1688
Michael Fallon wrote:
I am clear, therefore, that the long-term answer is to provide more places. It is impossible to do this at the existing grammar schools which are full, and it would therefore be logical to provide new places in Sevenoaks itself. When the new-build Knole Academy opens on the Wildernesses site in 2012, the Bradbourne site becomes vacant. KCC has agreed that this site can now be considered.
Rather than establish an entirely new grammar school (which presents several legal and political difficulties), it would be easier to provide a co-educational campus at Bradbourne for two of the existing schools. We have agreed therefore that Kent will now formally explore with the current grammar schools which of them would be interested in expanding with a co-educational campus in Sevenoaks. Kent will now approach the likely partner schools.
Then if you look on the link below (think it will work if you cut and paste it), you will see the record of a recent debate in the House of Commons about funding for a new building for the new Knole Academy, and in which reference is made by Michael Fallon to the school adjudicator enquiry.http://www.publications.parliament.uk/p ... 0911000003