LIVE: County council to decide on new grammar school for Kent
MORE than 2,600 supporters of a grammar school in Sevenoaks will find out today if their bid has been successful.
The issue is being debated at County Hall in Maidstone at a meeting of the full council from 10am.
The discussions were triggered by an online petition calling for the first 'new' grammar school in Kent for 50 years.
Under the law, new grammar schools cannot be built, but the county council is considering building two separate annexes to a male and female grammar school in Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.
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Sevenoaks Chronicle reporters Stuart Woledge and Harriet Cooke are tweeting the debate from 10am and will be using the hashtag #oaksgrammar.
Follow the debate below and use the hashtag #oaksgrammar to join the conversation.