More than one in ten children from west London go to schools in a different local authority to where they live.
According to the 2015 school census, 35,400 kids who live in the area choose to cross over local authority borders in order to go to school.
This is the equivalent of 14.9% and is more than double the national average of 5.7%.
Schools in Westminster are the most popular destination for primary school pupils who chose not to be educated in Kensington & Chelsea, with 180 children doing so this year.
Hammersmith & Fulham had the next highest number of children choosing to go to school elsewhere, with 17.8% choosing to venture beyond the confines of their home local authority. Their most popular destination was Kensington & Chelsea.
Across the whole of England, 404,323 schoolchildren choose to go to a school outside the area in which they live.
This is the equivalent of 5.8% of the school population according to the 2015 school census - a slight increase on the 5.7% from 2011.