School Tours are available for children starting school in September 2022 by calling 01905 772138
Starting school is an exciting step for you and your child. To guide you through the admissions process, please find below a link to Worcestershire County Council School Admissions and you can also call the school office on 01905 772138 for support.
New Starters - You are required to submit an online Local Authority admissions application form when starting school for the first time.
Visit www.worcestershire.gov.uk/school admissions to make your application or telephone School Admissions on 01905 822700 if you need assistance.
As well as submitting an online application to Worcestershire County Council, you are required to complete the school's Supplementary Sorting Form. Copies are available from the school office or can be printed below for completion and return to the school.
In Year Transfers - If transferring schools, applications should be sent to School Admissions at the Local Authority.
The application form for an in year transfer to a Worcestershire school is an editable form so you can complete it and save it on your own device and then return it to School Admissions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete the application form and ensure Section 6 of the form is completed by your child’s current or most recent school.
The following link provides up to date information and the application process http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/info/20099/school_admissions/706/in-year_applications .
Admissions criteria - Full details of our admissions criteria are detailed with the Admissions Policy available below. Where there are more applications than places available, the School Improvement Board Members will admit pupils according to the admissions criteria in order of priority.
Appeals - In the event of applicants not being admitted to the school, they may submit an appeal in writing, setting out the grounds on which the appeal is made, to the Chair of School Improvement Board at the school within 20 school days of the date of notification of the refusal of a place. Reasonable deadlines will be set for those making an appeal to submit any additional evidence. Those making an appeal will receive at least 10 school days notice for their appeal hearing. The appeal will be heard by an independent appeal panel and decision letters are sent within 5 school days of the hearing when possible.
St. Peter's has an additional admissions application form which MUST be completed and returned to the school office.