Park road primary school, Sale - Admissions Area

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Dear Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council,

Please can you let me know the class size and furthest distance/address (crow fly distance) which has had a successful application (with no sibling) for the Park road primary school, Sale, M33 6HR for year 2018, 2019 admissions.

I would like to know the admissions area or distance covered for successful placement.

Yours faithfully,
V Kurra

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Children Families & Wellbeing FOI, Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Venkatesh

I am writing in response to your Freedom of Information Request (FOI 8365) dated 8th August 2019. Please see the Council's response.

Park Road Sale Primary School is an academy. As such the Governing Body is responsible for the admission arrangements at the School. Details of the catchment area are published on the School's website

http://webfronter.com/trafford/parkroads...

In the 2019 admission round the last available place was allocated to child living in the catchment area 0.205 miles from the School.

In the 2018 admission round the last available place was allocated to child living in the catchment area 0.338 miles from the School

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Tracy Tarry
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