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Spalding Grammar and High Schools attacked over 'gender split' for primary school taster days

Two of Spalding's secondary schools have been accused of "gender bias" over the choice of subjects during taster days for primary school children.

Spalding Grammar and High Schools were slammed for making girls take part in one-hour Food Technology and Drama lessons, while boys were in Design and Technology lessons.

A letter to parents from the two schools, posted on social media, said: "Spalding Grammar School and Spalding High School are holding a Learning Experience Morning for Year 4 children.

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