How do I find out what schools are in my catchment area?
There are three main ways to check a catchment area for a school:
- Use our catchment maps to check current admission trends and likelihood of admission.
- Check with your local authority website for the most recent admission figures including whether a school has been been oversubscribed.
Is Parmiters school good?
In its most recent inspection, Ofsted has given Parmiter’s School an overall rating of Outstanding.
What type of school is Parmiters?
Parmiter’s School Secondary/School types
What does Nemo Sibi Nascitur mean?
No one is born unto himself alone
The ethos of Parmiter’s School is epitomised by the school motto – “Nemo sibi nascitur” (No one is born unto himself alone).
What does Parmiter mean?
Wishlist To Cart Details. Parmiter is a name whose history on English soil dates back to the wave of migration that followed the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. The name Parmiter comes from a tailor.
Who was Thomas Parmiter?
Thomas Parmiter was a wealthy silk merchant in East London, who died in 1681. He left two farms in southwest Suffolk in his will to provide £30 per annum for six almshouses and £100 per annum for “one free school house or room for ten poor children” in Bethnal Green, London.
What is a state comprehensive school?
A comprehensive school is the name for a school which anyone can go to – regardless of how well they do in exams – and where everybody is taught together. They are usually run by the local education authority – a part of the local council in that area.
Is the Friends school a Quaker school?
A Quaker school, also sometimes called a Friends school, is an institution that bases its educational approach on the values of The Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers. As a result, critical thinking, curiosity, and creativity often form a foundation of Quaker school academics.
What are good reasons for appealing a school place?
Grounds for a school appeal
- Are there reasons for the school you want based on religion or difficult family circumstances?
- Can the school you’ve been offered cater for any special need or health issue your child has?
- In appeals for selective schools, what are the academic attainments at the school you’ve been offered?
Do you have to live in catchment area for Parmiter’s school?
No, Parmiter’s School does not have a catchment area and you do not have to live in a specific area or postcode to apply. 95% of the places allocated under Criterion 5 (Medical), Criterion 6 (Academic) and Criterion 7 (Music) are allocated to applicants from the following postcodes: WD3 to WD25 inclusive, AL1, AL2, AL3, HP1, HP2, HP3 and HA6.
How to check priority admission area for Essex Schools?
Priority Admission (Catchment) areas for Essex Schools Welcome to the priority admission area section. Using the form below you can check which Essex schools’ priority admission area an address is located in. Simply enter your postcode below and select your address from the list of results.
How to apply for Parmiter’s school in the UK?
Parents should log on to the parent portal using the email and secure password used at registration at: http://www.swhertsschools.org.uk. I have received my child’s test score and want to know whether he/she is likely to be offered a place at Parmiter’s School.
How do you find a school in Essex?
Using the form below you can check which Essex schools’ priority admission area an address is located in. Simply enter your postcode below and select your address from the list of results. Please ensure you read all of the information on the page once results are displayed. Please use capital letters with no spaces e.g. CM11QH Postcode