Our Admissions Policy sets out the arrangements in place for admitting pupils to the school. It explains the categories and oversubscription criteria that the governors use to rank applications when there are more applicants than places.

Following an extended period of consultation that involved the diocese, the local authority, the local community and other interested parties, the governing body amended the school's Admissions Criteria for 2015 to introduce random allocation as a tie breaker in the event that an individual admissions category is oversubscribed. The governing body is currently consulting on a change to the school's Admissions Oversubscription Criteria for September 2018 entry.

Frequently asked questions about the changes                    

Admissions Policy 2018-2019

Supplementary Form 2018-2019

Admissions Policy 2019-2020

Supplementary Form 2019-2020

Primary Appeals Timetable 2019

Consultation Notice about change to Admissions Oversubscription Criteria 2018-2019