FOR STUDENTS OF AGE TO ENTER THE SCHOOL AT THE START OF YEAR 7 IN SEPTEMBER 2022
Applications are made to the education Department at County Hall through our primary schools in the area served by the school (Blofield County Primary School, Brundall County Primary School, Dussindale Primary School, Hemblington Primary School, Little Plumstead CE VA Primary School, Hillside Avenue Primary School, St William’s Primary School). Places are confirmed by County Hall in March.
Applications from other schools are made directly to County Hall on the application form available from them. Parents are welcome to visit and see the school in operation. Visits are organised through the Primary Liaison and Admission Co-ordinator (Mrs Allen – 01603 497739).
Please refer to the policy below for details:
Note: We are in the process of updating our prospectus for 2022-2023 – so watch this space for more information.
How to Apply
To find out more about how to apply for a school place, please follow the link below to Norfolk School Admissions and click on ‘transfer to secondary school: School Admissions
We are very proud of our school and our academic achievements, we are also passionate about education. At present, we are oversubscribed in most year groups however, we do occasionally have places available due to students moving out of the area.
Should you wish to make an in-year application for your child, we ask that you read the information and complete the form using this link: In-Year School Admissions
and then send it to the Local Authority who manage our admissions.
If the School is Oversubscribed
If the school is oversubscribed, the criteria published by the Local Authority and made available to all parents/carers, will determine the means of allocation. Parents/Carers who live outside of Norwich are advised to contact the Director of Children’s Services for information relating to the arrangements for transferring to this school.
Looked After Children and children in public care.
Children who live in the area served by the school (Catchment Area).
Children who live outside the area served by the school, who have an older sibling attending the school at the time of admission (but not Sixth Form).
Children who attend a school which is a named feeder school.
Children who live outside the area served by the school.