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More than 86 per cent of Hertfordshire school children have got their first choice primary school place, county council announces

Hertfordshire Mercury Monday, 16 April 2018 ()
More than 86 per cent of Hertfordshire school children have got their first choice primary school place, county council announcesHowever more than 450 families didn't get any of their ranked schools.
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