Outcry over school admissions

Thursday 19th March 2009 12:00 am

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HAMPSHIRE's school admissions process has come under fire after more than half of Crondall Primary School's year six pupils had all their secondary school choices rejected.

Linda and Robin Tyler's son, David, from Crondall, failed to get into any of the three choices of schools made by his parents and they feel there is no real choice for most people when preferences are ignored.

For full story, see this week's Farnham Herald.