School places – how to appeal

publication date: Feb 27, 2012
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author/source: Laura Berman
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Laura Berman1 March is National Offer Day – in previous years around 20 per cent of parents across the UK have not got an offer for the school they wanted. And this year is unlikely to be any better.
 
So what do you do if your child has not been allocated a place in the reception or secondary school of your choice?
 
Solicitor Laura Berman has the following advice if you are disappointed with the outcome of your application and you wish to appeal.
 
What else can you do?
 

Laura Berman is an associate solicitor and heads up Fisher Meredith’s PSL (Public and Social Welfare Law) Department. Laura has extensive experience working on school admission appeals both at primary and secondary level and has helped many parents appeal against the decisions of local authorities and successfully get their children into the school of their choice.

For more information: www.fishermeredith.co.uk  / 020 7091 2700


 


 
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