School Catchment Areas
- Haringey secondary schools, and the majority of Haringey primary schools, do not have catchment areas
The area that a school serves is determined by the admission criteria and where the children who are admitted come from. The area that children come from changes from year to year depending on the applications received. This is why in one year a child may be admitted to a school, but the next year, a child living in the same road may live too far away to be offered a place.
We publish online the furthest distances at which children could be offered places at Haringey schools under the distance criterion in previous years. This is known as that school's cut-off distance. Please remember that although this information can be used to give you an idea of how likely it is that you will be offered a place at your preferred school, this ‘furthest distance’ will change every year. We can never guarantee any child will be offered a place at any school.
- Cut-off distances for previous years can be found on our Admissions Statistics page.
- All the information about the admissions criteria in Haringey schools can be found in our Primary School Admissions Booklet (PDF, 6MB) and Secondary School Admissions Booklet (PDF, 5MB)
If you are a Haringey resident, then you can use our distance calculator to measure the distance from your home to Haringey schools.
Contact the Admissions Service
Tel: 020 8489 1000
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