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87% of Surrey pupils offered their first choice primary school

Eighty-seven per cent of Surrey children have been offered places at their first-choice primary school – up from 86 per cent last year. And almost all who applied – 97 per cent of pupils – were given one of their top three preferred schools. Julie Iles, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member All-Age Learning, said: “We … Continue reading

82% of Surrey pupils offered their first choice primary school

More than four in five Surrey reception class applicants have been offered their first preference school as demand for places reaches a new high. Figures from Surrey County Council on primary school ‘national offer day’ show that 82.4% of Surrey pupils were offered the school they put first on their list – down slightly on … Continue reading

Record applications for school places

Surrey County Council has received a record number of applications for school places this year. More than 13,800 applications for primary school places in September were submitted by the January 15 closing date – 215 more than a year ago.* The increase adds up to enough pupils to fill a new one-form entry primary school. … Continue reading

Increase in primary applications enough to fill new school

The increase in the number of applications for primary school places in Surrey adds up to enough pupils for a multi-million pound school. Surrey County Council has received 466 more primary applications for next September than a year ago. That is the equivalent of filling a new two-form entry primary that would cost at least £6 … Continue reading

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