5-year Old Refused Admission as He Lives 2-yards Outside School's Catchment Area

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  April 22, 2011 at 10:52 PM General Health News
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5-year old Max Guerretta has been refused admission by a primary school for the second consecutive year because he lives 2-yards (6feet) outside the school's catchment area. His home is in Camden Town, North London and is 218 yards from the local school.
 5-year Old Refused Admission as He Lives 2-yards Outside School's Catchment Area
5-year Old Refused Admission as He Lives 2-yards Outside School's Catchment Area

Max's mother is trying to get him admission in a private school and wants a council tax rebate. The council's policy which measures the distance from the schools centre to the middle of the homes says that the cut-off point for the school's catchment area is 216 yards.


Source: Medindia

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