Hounslow pupils receive offers from Secondary Schools on National Secondary Offer Day.
Published: Wednesday, 1st March 2023
Today, 94 per cent of Hounslow pupils received an offer from one of their preferred secondary schools and 67 per cent received their first choice.
The figures were released today on National Secondary Offer Day by the Pan London Admission Board, which is responsible for the coordination of school admissions in the capital.
The figures for the borough, released today (Wednesday 1, March), reveal:
- 94% received an offer to one of their preferred schools.
- 91% received one of their top four preferences.
- 88% received one of their top three preferences.
- 67% received their first preference.
Councillor Lily Bath, Cabinet Member for Children, Learning and Employment, said:
“We know how popular and competitive places in Hounslow’s schools are, so it is great to hear that 94 per cent of pupils have received an offer for one of their preferred schools and that a large majority received a place at their number one choice.
“In Hounslow we are proud of the high-quality education on offer in the borough, backed by Ofsted’s inspections that rated every secondary school in the borough as ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’.
“School is meant to be an engaging, enriching, and inspiring space for learning and fun. I hope all the pupils will excel in whatever they do and enjoy their time at secondary school. I look forward to seeing our students walk through the doors of Hounslow’s schools next September.”
For further details on school admissions London-wide, visit www.londoncouncils.gov.uk.
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