Every child in the borough whose parents applied on time have been offered a secondary school place in Hounslow , according to the council.
Parents were emailed and texted the result of their child’s application on Tuesday (March 1), after 5pm, ahead of a formal letter due to arrive the following morning.
During the application process, parents are asked to give a list of up to six preferred school choices.
Councillor Tom Bruce, Hounslow Council’s cabinet member for education and children’s services, said: “Hounslow schools are incredibly popular due to the outcomes they achieve for students of all abilities and backgrounds and deservedly attract a high number of applications.
'It's fantastic to be able to offer every child who applied a place'
“Demand for secondary school places is at an all-time high, with an increase of three per cent this year alone.
“It’s fantastic to be able to offer every child who applied a place, which – given our growing population and the removal of local authorities’ freedom to build new schools – is no mean feat.
“All of London’s schools are facing huge challenges to meet the increased pressure on places, especially as our primary growth begins to make its way through to secondary schools.”
On the eve of the results, an FOI revealed Hounslow had the highest shortfall of secondary school places in a report by Simpson Millar, but the council say the shortage only affected applications made by parents from outside the borough.
To lodge an appeal contact the school admissions team to request an appeal pack. Completed appeal forms should be returned by April 15 2016 to: Democratic Services, London Borough of Hounslow, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow, TW3 4DN.