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News: ‘Socially selective’ primaries keeping out FSM pupils, charity claims

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Admissions criteria for some primary schools are too complicated and 'socially selective', research by the Sutton Trust has concluded. The charity warns that poorer local children are missing out on the chance to attend a good school near their homes, and wants rules on admissions tightened.

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