Children from poorer homes in England are nearly half as likely to attend an outstanding primary school as richer children, research finds.
Only 15% of children from the poorest 30% of families currently go to outstanding primary schools, a study by education charity Teach First suggests.
This compares to 27% of children from the richest 30% of families who attend a school rated highly by inspectors.
The government says it is making more good school places available.
The research is published as parents in England prepare to hear on…