The East Riding of Yorkshire has encouraged
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ORGANISATION 149 schools. The East Riding of Yorkshire has encouraged heads of Grammar schools to promote in their schools "an alternative form of secondary education where this is calculated to meet the needs of the area.'5 The borough of St. Helen's in Lancashire decided to retain its four Grammar schools intact and to make all its other schools TechnicalModern schools. Among the most interesting experimental forms proposed is that at Bolton1 in Lancashire. This county borough intends to establish six secondary school bases, grouped in pairs to serve the three school districts into which the borough has been divided. There will be six school departments on each pair of school bases accepting an annual intake of 600 pupils. Each department will have its own head teacher, and, at the start, its particular type of secondary education. Later on the experience gained will be used to determine future plans.