The London Schools Atlas is an innovative interactive online map of London providing a uniquely detailed and comprehensive picture of London schools, current patterns of attendance and potential future demand for school places across the capital.
The Atlas is part of the Mayor's programme of initiatives aimed at driving up standards in education and ensuring there are enough good places for all children in the city.
Covering primary and secondary provision, including academies and free schools, the London Schools Atlas for the first time uses data to illustrate current patterns of demand for school places at a pan-London level, rather than within boroughs alone.
You can use the atlas at the link below:
Download the Data:
The files below contain the home location to school matrices used to create the catchment elements of the maps. Please ensure you read the notes page in each file before using the data. School location/attribute information has been sourced from the Edubase database.
In addition to the datasets below, the following data sources that are used in the Atlas are also available in the London Datastore:
- Pan-London School Place Demand data
- DCLG Indices of Deprivation 2015
- London Output Area Classification LOAC
2014 London Schools Atlas datasets can be downloaded from here (format: .zip, size: 5.41MB)
2015 London Schools Atlas datasets can be downloaded from here (format: .zip, size: 7.8 MB)
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