The admission process for St Michael’s is part of the Wolverhampton Local Authority co-ordinated scheme.
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 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.
The academy’s admission number for entry to the reception class for the school year 2017/18 is thirty.
Admissions appeals will follow the same timetable as other Catholic schools in Wolverhampton:
|Appeals for normal round of admissions|
|Date of allocation of places||16th April 2017|
|Deadline for lodging appeals and providing evidence to support the appeal (if appropriate)||19th May 2017|
|Appeals will be heard by||28th June 2017|
|Notice of appeal hearing||At least 10 school days notice of the appeal hearing|
|Deadline for governing body to submit evidence for the appeal||12th June 2017|
|Deadline for sending appeal papers to all parties||12th June 2017|
|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 appeal|
|Late applications for appeals will be heard by||At the same time as previously scheduled appeals or within 30 school days of appeal being lodged|
|Decision letters sent to appellant||Normally within five school days|
For full details of our admissions policy please down load the following pdf documents: