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 Post subject: Location near school
PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:43 pm 
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I'm new here - hopefully in the right place this time ?- looking for some clairvoyance!

After a long search we've recently seen an affordable family home on Layzell Walk off Mottingham Lane which would mean that we could then afford the Eltham College fees for our 2 DS if we were to go for this.

The upsides - in addition to crucial affordability -are no more school runs as across road from college and near the station for DH (although a bit of a pain for me as my job requires me to use car and I guess the road is grid locked in mornings). The downside is that eldest DS won't take college entrance exam til next round. Currently at feeder school and 'should' get in but we all have know that there are no certainities. Should we wait or should we jump? What would you base your decision on?

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 Post subject: Re: Location near school
PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:31 pm 
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Hi Martha

My ds is at Eltham, the traffic around Mottingham is not static, which is good . Parents usually drop off at the junior school and as such you may have slight traffic in the morning but it moves constantly . Mottlingham lane is also a short walk(6mins) to the station. There are a few short cuts which bring you back on to sidcup road and you just have to find them. It seems like a lovely area. Goodluck.


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