Block on poor kids

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”.

Read The Sun online here

2017-05-19T16:01:56+00:00 April 15th, 2016|Categories: In the News|