Nationally 13pc of parents say they didn't get their first choice school, but for London parents this rises to 21pc.
Many are likely to face disappointment as a population increase impacts primary and secondary school places.
"However unfair it may feel, the length of your school run, having siblings at other schools, super-sized classes and poor Ousted reports are unlikely to be successful group for appeal".
Firstly, don't panic. Your child could pick up on your concerns and it could affect them when they start reception class in September.
The boy's mother, Milissa Davis, sent her son to school with a recording device in his backpack after he became aggressive at home and wet the bed, WBRZ reported.
There will be a lot of movement between now and September so call up your first choice school and ask to be put on the waiting list. The waiting list is not first come, first served and will be based on the admission criteria. Check your local council website to find out which schools have waiting lists and if there are any free spaces in other schools.
However, don't immediately discount the school you have been given. There are still places available at schools across Kent.
Parents/carers can view their offer using the online system here from April 16 and have until May 15 to lodge an appeal if they are unhappy with the offered school.
A total of 68 (0.89%) children will be offered a local school that isn't one of their preferences.
Your child can be on more than one waiting list at a time.
If you are not happy with the decision, you can do something about it.
Depending on the school, the appeal process might be dealt with by the council or the school board.
Here is everything you need to know about the primary school admissions day.
Appeals should be lodged within 20 school days of receiving the written refusal.
You'll find the deadline for making appeals on your local authority's website in the schools and education section.
The expansion works, which include the construction of extra classrooms, halls and kitchens, have been targeted to provide additional places where they are needed most. While every parent has a right to appeal, make sure you have a solid reason for appealing before you start.
When do you find out primary school places?
The panel's decision is binding and can only be overturned by a court.