92 per cent of London pupils starting primary school in September have been offered a place at one of their top three primary school choices, with 81 per cent getting their first preference, up three per cent from last year.
Figures released by the Pan-London Admissions Board show that 95 per cent of pupils in London have received a place at one of their six preferred primary schools.
Parents who have not been offered a place at one of their chosen schools have either been allocated an alternative or will shortly be advised of their options by their local authority
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