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Admissions

 

Headteacher: Mrs A Andersen

Community Comprehensive mixed school for 11-16 age range

Currently 1229 pupils on roll in September 2018.

How to make an In-Year Application

Applications made outside the normal admissions round (in-year admissions) will be made directly to the school. The Local Authority or the school will provide an ‘In Year’ application form for parents to complete when applying for an In year admission.

How to apply for Year 7  in September

An application must be made online at www.birmingham.gov.uk/schooladmissions or by using a Local Authority Preference Form.

Selection/Oversubscription Criteria For Birmingham Community Schools

Children are admitted to schools in accordance with parental preference as far as possible. However, when a school receives more applications than it has places available, oversubscription criteria are used to decide who will be offered a place and the ranking of the waiting list. For all community schools in Birmingham, Birmingham Local Authority is the admission authority and has set their oversubscription criteria. When a community school receives more applications than it has places available, the places at that school will be offered based on the following order of priority:
1.     Looked After Children (in public care).

  1. Where the child has a brother or sister currently attending the school.
  2. Distance (children who live nearest the school).

Within each of these categories, priority is given to those who live nearest the school, calculated on the basis of a straight line measurement between the child’s home address and the school. This is usually measured to the centre point of the school.