What school catchment area am I in?


The school catchment area depends on the nearest school from your home. All types of school are surrounded by a defined geographical area referred to as catchment area. Catchment areas assist schools to recognise their communities and offer parents an indication of their neighbouring school.
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A school catchment area is a post code region that indicates the location of a school in the UK. To find out which school catchment area you are in, you can consult the direct.gov site or check with your local education authority.
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