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Tower Hamlets secondary school places allocated today

PUBLISHED: 07:00 01 March 2018

Anxious parents and pupils will find out the results today. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

Anxious parents and pupils will find out the results today. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

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Students and parents across the borough will find out if they’ve gotten into their first choice of secondary school today.

Forms were submitted in October with a list of six places, ranked in order of preference, of which schools pupils wanted to attend.

Today is results day – and parents of Year Six pupils will receive an email or letter informing them of their child’s future, for the next eight years at least.

Children who don’t get their preferred offer may appeal.

Last year, three quarters of Tower Hamlet’s pupils received their first choice offer.

Did your child get into their chosen school? Let us know by tweeting @eastlondonadvertiser, emailing rhiannon.long@archant.co.uk, or calling 020 8477 3789.

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