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All Saints CE (VC) Primary, Trysull

Consultation 2022/2023

2021/2022 and 2020/2021



Consultation on 2022/2023 arrangements

All Saints’ CE Primary School, Trysull, part of St Bartholomew’s CE MAT, is consulting on proposed admission arrangements for 2022/23. 

The consultation documents can be viewed on the trust website and the schools website.

They can also be viewed on the City of Wolverhampton Council website.

The main changes being proposed are: 

  • Inclusion of a new “religious reasons” criteria based on attendance at a place of worship as defined in the draft Supplementary Information Form, in order to prioritise children of faith; and

  • Removal of the “catchment area” criteria, in order to prioritise children who live closest to the school.

You are invited to have your say on the Admissions Policy and comments can be made to Lauren Prosser, PA to the CEO, by completing a Survey Monkey questionnaire.

Any comments must be received by 14 December 2020 at which point the consultation process will end. 


Admission arrangements 2021/2022 and 2020/2021

Until September 2021 entry, the academy will be part of the local authority's admission arrangements.

The academy will determine its own arrangements for September 2022 entry onwards.

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