Right to Education in England
In most cases, foreign national children in the UK have the right to attend schools in England. School admission authorities must not refuse to admit a child on the basis of their nationality or immigration status nor remove them from roll on this basis.
It is the responsibility of parents/carers, not the local authority nor a school, to check that their children have a right, under their visa entry conditions, to study at a school.
Families should check their right of abode or that the conditions of their immigration status otherwise permit them to access a state-funded school before applying for a school place in Newham.
Information on how to determine a family’s rights https://www.gov.uk/right-of-abode