Cor­rec­tion: Etz Chaim

The Jewish Chronicle - - NEWS -

IN LAST week’s edi­tion, we car­ried a story on the ad­mis­sions pol­icy of Etz Chaim Pri­mary School in Mill Hill, north-west Lon­don ( JC, Septem­ber 25, 2015, Schools at Fault on Ad­mis­sions Pol­icy).

The ar­ti­cle in­cor­rectly stated that Etz Chaim had failed to meet the ad­mis­sions poli­cies ex­pected of main­tained schools in of­fer­ing places last May, and that it had breached leg­is­la­tion re­lat­ing to ad­mis­sions.

It also wrongly stated that there had been a com­plaint that pri­or­ity had been given to Jewish chil­dren of staff when al­lo­cat­ing places.

Etz Chaim did not ad­mit chil­dren to the school in­cor­rectly and the school has not breached any leg­is­la­tion in ad­mit­ting any of its pupils.

There was no com­plaint from any par­ent whose child did not get a place at the school be­cause chil­dren of school staff were pri­ori­tised.

We apol­o­gise to the school for these er­rors.

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