THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR APPLYING TO SIT THE ENTRANCE TESTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2021 ENTRY HAS NOW PASSED. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER 11.59PM ON TUESDAY 7 JULY 2020 WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
To apply for an invitation to sit the entrance tests for September 2021 entry please read the Admissions Policy and download and complete the forms below.
COVID-19 - ADMISSIONS UPDATE
We are currently continuing with our Admissions timetable as set out for entry September 2021 and the same deadlines apply.
ENTRANCE TEST NOW FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER
As churches are closed until further notice it will not be possible to get your parish priest to sign your Certificate of Catholic Practice at this time, therefore, we are asking parents/carers to self-certify that their daughter is a practising Catholic who regularly attended Mass before lock-down commenced. This self-certification of practice will be confirmed by the school with the priest indicated on your form before an invitation to sit the entrance tests is issued.
Completed applications can be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted from Monday 27 April to Tuesday 7 July 2020. Applications received outside of these dates will not be eligible to be invited to sit the entrance tests.
Any changes required to reflect Government direction with lock-down will be announced on the school website. Please check periodically to stay up to date.
Should your daughter meet our criteria (please refer to Admissions Policy 2021-22) we will send you a letter during the summer holidays inviting her to sit our Entrance Test, which is scheduled to take place on Friday 11 September 2020. The results will be forwarded to you before the closing date for your Common Application Form to your Local Authority.
Familiarisation papers for the entrance tests can be found here.
Our Open Evening will be held on Thursday 25th June 2020. There are two sessions, 3.30pm until 5.00pm and 7.00pm until 9.00pm. The Headteacher will address parents at 5.00pm, 7.00pm and 9.00pm.