Sister act

23rd January 2004 at 00:00
Brighton and Hove council is considering a shake-up in the way school places are allocated. One key proposal aims to encourage children to go to their local primary. Currently children with siblings at a primary get priority in admissions. The plan is that the sibling rule would only apply to schools two miles or less from a child's home.

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