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School Admissions


If you are thinking about applying for a place at our school please contact the school office (01275 464468) to find out more about us and to arrange a tour with our Headteacher.

If you wish to apply for a place you will need to apply to North Somerset Council.

You can do this online to the School Admissions Team through the North Somerset Council website or contact the School Admissions Team, Town Hall, Weston-Super-Mare on 01934 888 888.

The attached form can be used for pupils wishing to join us during the Primary phase.


Admissions Arrangements

We are part of the Lighthouse Schools Partnership.

By following this link you can find our admission arrangements for 2023-24 and 2024-25.


Admissions Appeals Timetable 2024/2025


Delayed and Deferred entry /to school

If you are considering your child joining the Reception class later, due to them having a summer birthday and not being ready to start school, here are some FAQs from North Somerset Admissions.


As a Church School further information can be acquired from:

Diocesan Director of Education Diocese of Bath and Wells

Mrs Theresa Gale – The Old Deanery Wells Somerset, BA5 2UG  Tel: 01749 670777


Information about Our School and Lighthouse Schools Partnership Admission Arrangements

Please see the following link to the Trust admissions' consultation: LSP Admission consultation

School Admissions Code


School Admission Appeals Code


Fair Access Protocol

Each Local Authority must have a Fair Access Protocol, agreed with the majority of schools in its area to ensure that – outside the normal admissions round – unplaced children, especially the most vulnerable, are offered a place at a suitable school as quickly as possible. In agreeing a protocol, the Local Authority must ensure that no school – including those with available places – is asked to take a disproportionate number of children who have been excluded from other schools, or who have challenging behaviour. The protocol must include how the Local Authority will use provision to ensure that the needs of pupils who are not ready for mainstream schooling are met.