Parents of children at some religious schools in the county have been told youngsters will no longer be able to sit the Kent Test.

The crackdown by the Kent Catholic Schools Partnership means those attending Catholic primary schools under its leadership will not be able to sit the exam which determines if they can go to grammar school.

It comes following instruction from the Archbishop of Southwark, whose diocese covers south London and Kent.

The authority oversees schools across the county.

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