Here's how the places were allocated at oversubscribed Northampton primary schools

When there are more children applying for a school than places available, Northamptonshire County Council uses subscription criteria in order to be as fair as possible.

Friday, 17th May 2019, 4:49 pm
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If your child was not been offered a place at your preferred school, it means it filled up to its published admission number (PAN) with children who had a higher priority than your child within the oversubscription criteria. The following explains how places have been allocated at each non-academy school in Northampton.

4 siblings; 12 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school and 14 out of 28 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 26 siblings; 10 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 23 out of 38 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.

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41 siblings; 12 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school and 37 out of 60 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
17 siblings; 9 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 34 out of 38 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
2 pupils in public care or with an education and health care plan; 23 siblings; 21 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 14 out of 23 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
2 pupils in public care or with an education and health care plan; 30 siblings; and 28 out of 29 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 30 siblings (12 of whom live in the defined area for the school); 19 other pupils living in the defined area for the school; and 10 out of 17 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
31 siblings; and 29 out of 33 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 23 siblings; 23 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 13 out of 21 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
12 siblings; 7 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 11 out of 21 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
11 siblings; 16 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 3 out of 11 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 36 siblings; 9 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 14 out of 27 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 18 siblings; 29 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 12 out of 25 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.
1 pupil in public care or with an education and health care plan; 16 siblings; 24 pupils who live closer to the school than any other school; and 19 out of 25 other pupils using the distance tiebreaker.