We welcome your interest in a place at our academy. Every day is an open day here, so please contact us to arrange a visit, we are very proud of all that we can offer your child.
Applications for a place at St Michael’s Academy (Reception – Year 6) must be made via the Wolverhampton LA coordinated admissions procedure.
T: 01902 551122
The Academy’s Admission Number for the academic year 2018/19 is thirty. If the number of applications exceeds the admission number, the Local Governing Body will give priority to applications in accordance with the criteria listed in our admissions policy. Provided that the Committee is made aware of that application before decisions on admissions are made (see Note 1 of policy).
A map of the parish boundary is available below, at the Academy and Parish (St Michael’s Presbytery, 173 Coalway Road, Wolverhampton) or by post on request.
Appeals will follow the following timetable which is shared with other Wolverhampton Catholic Schools:-
Date of allocation of places: 16th April 2018
Deadline for lodging appeals and providing evidence to support the appeal (if appropriate): 15th May 2018
Appeals will be heard by 27th June 2018
Notice of appeal hearing: At least 10 school days notice of the appeal
Deadline for governing body to submit evidence for the appeal: 13th June 2018
Deadline for sending appeal papers to all parties: No later than 10 school days before the
Deadline for appellant to submit additional evidence; 5 school days before the appeal hearing.
Information or evidence not submitted by the deadline might not be considered at the
Late applications for appeals will be
heard at the same time as previously scheduled
appeals or within 30 school days of appeal
Decision letters sent to appellant Normally within five school days
Please click here for a downloadable timetable of these important dates or for an appeal timetable for In-Year Admissions.
Admission Policy and Documents
The ethos of St Michael’s is Catholic. The school was founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families. The school is conducted by the Board of Directors and Academy Committee(ggovernors) as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ. We ask all parents applying for a place here to respect this ethos and its importance to the school community. This does not affect the right of parents who are not of the faith of this academy to apply for and be considered for a place here.