From The Yorkshire Post.
More than 90,000 youngsters will miss out on their first choice of secondary school in England, education experts have predicted. Many families will receive a satisfactory offer lower down their list of preferences, but for some their children will be offered a school which is under-performing or geographically inconvenient, according to The Good Schools Guide.
It comes on the day children across the country learn which secondary school they will attend from this autumn, on what is known as National Offer Day. Bernadette John, a director at The Good Schools Guide, said: “We speak to parents every year who are disappointed and angry with the school offers their children have received.”
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