All schools in Middlesbrough, with the exception of Trinity Catholic College, use admissions zones (or catchment areas) as part of their oversubscription criteria.
It is important to note that living in the admission zone for a school does not in any way guarantee a place in that school.
Disclaimer: the drawings on this webpage are indicative only, and you should check the information before acting or relying on it. In particular, if a property is close to a boundary line it may not be accurate and you should check directly with the School Admissions Team.
All properties in Middlesbrough will be in two admission zones for primary schools: a faith school and a non-faith school.
View the primary school admission zones drawing for an indication of admission zones for non-faith schools.
For details of the admission zones for Middlesbrough faith (Roman Catholic) schools, please refer to the schools' own websites.
The majority of properties in Middlesbrough will be in an admission zone for one of the following secondary schools; Acklam Grange School, Outwood Academy Acklam, Outwood Academy Ormesby, The King’s Academy, Unity City Academy. View the secondary school admission zones drawing for an indication of these schools' admission zones.
Some properties in the Marton and Nunthorpe areas will be in the Nunthorpe Academy admission zone. Please refer to the Nunthorpe Academy website for details of their admission zone.
Macmillan Academy's admission zone covers a wide area, including parts of Middlesbrough. Some properties may therefore also be in this admission zone. Please refer to Macmillan Academy's website for details of their admission zone and oversubscription criteria.
Trinity Catholic College no longer has an admission zone as part of their oversubscription criteria. Please refer to Trinity Catholic College's website for full details of their oversubscription criteria.