The vast majority of England’s most socially selective state secondary schools are non-grammar schools, a major review carried out for the Sutton Trust reveals today. However, England’s remaining grammar schools are currently enrolling half as many academically able children from disadvantaged backgrounds as they could do.

The report is written by Azlina Mohd Kosnin, Dimitra Kokotsaki, Jeff Searle, Karen Jones, Paul Skinner, and Robert Coe at Durham University.