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Attending private preschools 'may hurt primary chances'

Parents are being told that enrolling their children in private preschools may hurt their chances of securing places in local primary schools.

24th August, 2013

Parents are being told that enrolling their children in private preschools may hurt their chances of securing places in local primary schools. It comes as a survey shows that parents are withdrawing their children from private preschools in a bid to ensure their children are accepted into the schools.

Reports by preschool owners claim that parents were told by staff at preschools based in primary schools that sending their children there would secure their place...

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