Hertfordshire junior school admissions revealed
ALMOST all children in Hertfordshire have been allocated a place at one of their ranked junior or middle schools for this coming September. More than 2,500 applications have been processed by Hertfordshire County Council s admissions team. A total of 98.8
ALMOST all children in Hertfordshire have been allocated a place at one of their ranked junior or middle schools for this coming September.
More than 2,500 applications have been processed by Hertfordshire County Council's admissions team.
A total of 98.8 per cent of children have been allocated a place at one of their ranked schools - including 96.5 per cent receiving their first ranked school.
County councillor Keith Emsall, executive member for education and culture, said: "Hertfordshire has excellent schools and we work with every one of them in order to continually raise standards, and ensure the best possible education for children in this county."
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The majority of schools in Hertfordshire are primary schools, which combine both infant and junior schools.
Where there are separate infant schools, youngsters in year two (aged six and seven) apply for places at junior schools.
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