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Online Prospective Parents Meetings

 

On Wednesday 9th December, we will be hosting two Prospective Parent Meetings. These will be via Microsoft Teams; the first is being held at 10am, the second at 5pm. The meetings will consist of a presentation about All Saints with the Headteacher, Ms Hurd, and Deputy Head, Mr Schembri and there will be an opportunity for you to ask questions via the 'chat' feature. We appreciate that this will not give you a full view of our academy but hope it will serve as a good opportunity to find out about us.

 

Should you wish to join us, please email us at office@allsaintscejunioracademy.org letting us know which meeting you would like to attend.

 

If you would like your child to attend our academy, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.

Time Line for admissions in September 2021:

  • Closing date for junior school applications:  15th January 2021
  • Allocation letters and emails sent out:  16th April 2021
  • Appeal Hearings: June and July 2021
  • Induction Days: Summer Term 2021

 

Any applicants who wish to apply for a place on the basis of being regular worshipping Christians should also complete the Supplementary Application Form below.

 

For in-year admission applications, an appeal against a refusal must be lodged within 25 days of receiving the refusal letter.  The appeal hearing must be held within 30 school days of appeal request being lodged.​​​

If you are looking for a place for your child in the current academic year, please refer to the Policy below.  You are welcome to contact the Academy to make an appointment to be shown round the school and have an informal chat with the Headteacher, Ms Katharine Hurd, before making a formal request.
Some other useful documents issued by ESCC to help with the admission process:
Below you will find our Prospectus for the current academic year.  This gives an overview of the Academy's aims and ethos, class organisation, curriculum subjects, Religious Education, Special Needs support, Homework, SATs, School Council, extra-curricular activities and behaviour. 
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