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National Offer Day: Camden, Haringey and Barnet children to receive secondary school place offers

PUBLISHED: 12:04 02 March 2015 | UPDATED: 12:24 02 March 2015

Parents are awaiting to hear which school their child has been allocated. Picture: PA Wire

Parents are awaiting to hear which school their child has been allocated. Picture: PA Wire

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Schoolchildren in Camden, Haringey, Westminster, and Barnet are awaiting to hear if they have been given a state secondary school place of their choice on what is known as “National Offer Day”.

Thousands of parents across north London are due to receive letters from their local authority informing them of the school that their 11-year-olds have been allocated.

Places will be offered for the start of September 2015.

If your child is left without a place or is not allocated one of their top-three choices, please get in touch with the newsdesk on 020 7433 0100.


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