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  1. ITV Report

London borough breakdown of 1st choice places awarded

Overall in London 71% of children were given their first choice place. Havering awarded the highest number of first choice places with 85.14% of pupils getting their number one school - and at the other end of the scale Hammersmith and Fulham gave students the fewest of their first choice schools with just 56.67%.

See how your borough faired below:

Barking & Dagenham - 76.08%

Barnet - 70.39%

Bexley - 79.81%

Brent - 67.26%

Bromley - 75.02%

Camden - 66.99%

City of London - 81.82%

Croydon - 65.94%

Ealing - 69.67%

Enfield - 68.54%

Greenwich - 76.81%

Hackney - 67.17%

Hammersmith and Fulham - 56.67%

Haringey - 73.17%

Harrow - 71.10%

Havering - 85.14%

Hillingdon - 77.91%

Hounslow - 73.05%

Islington - 74.53%

Kensington and Chelsea - 58.88%

Kingston upon Thames - 69.15%

Lambeth - 66.26%

Lewisham - 66.16%

Merton - 65.54%

Newham - 78.29%

Redbridge - 72.47%

Richmond upon Thames - 72.38%

Southwark - 58.72%

Sutton - 82.43%

Tower Hamlets - 71.12%

Waltham Forest - 77.64%

Wandsworth - 56.99%

Westminster - 58.39%

Average - 70.65%