Admissions for year 7

Admissions Policy 2019

Please complete the following admission form and return it to the school, along with the supporting information

Admissions form 2019.doc

Admissions form 2019.pdf

 

176 students will be admitted to Year 7 in September 2019.  Where there are more than 176 applications, then 176 places will be allocated to the children of parents whose initial applications were received by the closing date.  Applications will be considered in the following order of priority:

 

CATEGORY NUMBER DESCRIPTION EVIDENCE REQUIRED
1 Looked After Children (presently or previously) Notification from Local Authority
2 Baptised Catholic children who attend a designated Catholic Primary School A copy of the Baptismal Certificate or notification from the Church where baptised.
3 Baptised Catholic children who are not enrolled at a designated Catholic Primary School A copy of the Baptismal Certificate or notification from the Church where baptised.
4 Baptised Catholic brothers or sisters of pupils already in the school at the time of determination and who will be pupils at the time the applicant commences at the school. A copy of the Baptismal Certificate or notification from the Church where baptised.
5 Baptised Catholic children residing in the catchment area A copy of the Baptismal Certificate or notification from the Church where baptised.
6 Other baptised Catholic children A copy of the Baptismal Certificate or notification from the Church where baptised.

 

7 Children of other denominations, who have a sibling on roll as of 1st September 2019

 

Name and form group of sibling.
8 Non-Catholic children who attend a designated Catholic Primary School. Confirmation from primary school
9 Children of other Christian denominations whose parents attend a church. Evidence in writing of practice of worship from a Priest, Minister or recognised Pastor.
10 Children from a non-faith background whose parents wish them to be educated in a Roman Catholic School. Letter written by parent/carer stating reason for application

 

  1. The governors may admit any child without regard to the above criteria (but not so as to give priority over any applicant in category 1) whose application shows exceptional medical reasons. Evidence in statement form supported with any documents such as a medical report or letter in support from a doctor or other health or social services professional must be supplied with the application. The application shall explain why St. Illtyd’s is most suitable and describe the difficulties if required to attend a different school.

 

* In all categories a copy of the birth certificate must be provided.*