In human geography, a catchment area is the area from which a city, service or
institution attracts a population that uses its services. For example, a school
catchment area is the geographic area f...
Disclaimer: These Feeder Patterns and School Catchment area maps are
intended to ... Please do not make a decision to move or to purchase or rent a
home or ...
Maps Primary School Catchment Areas in the UK, whether defined as a walking
route or a straight line. ... Schools in Surrey, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and
Newcastle Upon Tyne are also ... Note: this site should only be used as a guide.
Parents who are moving house may ask 'where do we need to live to get our
child into a certain school?' If you are considering buying a property, live near a ...
Use our catchment area checker to find out the schools that your child is most ...
then you do not live in a catchment area, but you still can apply for the school.
Jan 19, 2015 ... A school catchment area is the geographical location where a state school's ...
students who live outside its catchment area depends on whether the school: ...
can ensure their out-of-catchment enrolments do not reduce their ...
www.gateshead.gov.uk/Education and Learning/Schools/admissions/catchment.aspx
This map is to be used as a guide only. If you would like to confirm what
catchment area you live in please contact the School Admissions Team on 0191
Some schools do not use catchments. Catchment areas for church schools are
generally based on parish boundaries and often cover a wide area. ... priority for
admission to a school over other pupils who live outside the catchment area.
Nov 7, 2013 ... New map: The data shows school catchment areas ... Fifty two per cent of
children at school in Kensington and Chelsea do not live in the ...
view the catchment area for a school using our "find my nearest" search ... priority
for admission to a school over other pupils who live outside the catchment area.
... of this information the Council hold on catchment areas, anomalies do exist.