The Sun reported on our Caught Out research brief
Thousands of poorer kids are missing out on the best primary education because of “socially selective” religious schools.
A Sutton Trust survey into 1,500 schools suggests they use complex entry rules which penalise disadvantaged pupils.
Chairman Sir Peter Lampl said: “Today’s findings warn us that primary school admissions are far from a level playing field.”
He said more had to be done to prevent parents “gaming the system”.
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