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Moving to Plymouth - advice on primary schools and nice areas to live

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Katester2013 Fri 21-Jun-13 13:53:25

Hi, we have just found out we are moving to Plymouth due to jobs and my son is due to start primary school in Sept. He currently has a school place at a school where we currently live but need to find one down in Plymouth now, and hope there is availability (otherwise be put on a waiting list). Can anyone give any advice on which schools to defo avoid and ones that they are happy with for their child/ren. There only seems a handful of schools with availability and so don't know whether to go for a school with a place or hold out for one of the other schools. All the schools in Plympton & Plymstock are full and these were areas we were potentially looking at. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

fifi669 Sat 10-Aug-13 11:07:10

There are some great schools in Plymouth.... And some rough ones. You are better living outside I would personally say. I'm from Saltash, just across the bridge in Cornwall. 4 good primary's, a good secondary school. Easy commute. Property prices are a little higher, but that's because it's nicer! If you google the PL12 postcode you'll see it was voted the best place in the country to live a few years back....

fifi669 Sat 10-Aug-13 11:09:07

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