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Eleven Local Area Authorities (LEAs) decided there should be no more than 30% of immigrants at any one school. It meant once that quota was reached, children were taken elsewhere. The process, which became known as "bussing", is now at the heart of a project in Bradford where Shabina Aslam is trying to trace children who, like herself, were sent to school away from where they lived. She moved to Bradford, West Yorkshire, from Kenya when she was seven years old. She remembers how the buses were marked so the children knew which one to get on. "We were all told to look for signs, like a yellow sun, black football, or a red diamond," she said. Image caption Some of the children who were bussed said they were educated in different parts of the school "So you'd wait for your red diamond bus, you'd get on it, you'd get to school and suddenly it was the 'Paki bus'." She said the practice made her and the others who were bussed feel more segregated, instead of integrated. Raj Samra, who was a 1960s child bussed in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, said there was a key flaw in the plan which stopped pupils integrating properly. Media captionThe scheme was set up to help migrant children integrate "We were in an annexe of the main school, so we weren't mixing," he said. "Had we been in another school mixing with all the other children, then the project would have worked." It was a plan conceived at a time when large numbers of Asian and Afro-Caribbean families were heading to the UK. Many of them could not speak English and the LEAs came up with this as a solution.