Last week our Schools data made the Evening Standards Homes & Property section. Reporting that;
“In a week when 100,000 families found out where their children would start their education, Homes & Property can reveal the smallest admissions boundary in London is now down to just 200 metres, or 0.11 miles.
It means parents need to live no more than a few streets from a school to stand a chance of finding a place there for their child.
New data from FindaSchool, by online directory 192.com, names the hardest primary schools to get into by distance, and shows the smallest catchment radius shrank by nearly five per cent from 2016 to 2017.”