Looked-after pupils denied right to choice of school (Tes News)
Almost half of looked-after children are being denied their right to their first choice school, TES reports.
The statutory admissions code says schools must give pupils in local authority care ‘the highest priority’. But according to a new report 43 per cent of looked-after children said they were given no say in where they went to school.
Find out more: Tes News