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Paper and late application forms

Secondary/High September 2022

UTCs/Studio Colleges

In-Year

 

 


 

Secondary/high applications September 2022 entry 

Applications closed on 31 October 2021.

You can make a late application by completing the paper application form (784 KB) and either:

or

  • print out the form and post it to:
School Admissions and Transport Service
Staffordshire County Council
Staffordshire Place
Stafford
ST16 2DH

Supplementary forms

Supplementary forms can be emailed or posted with your completed application to the above or forwarded to the school directly. This is not an exhaustive list and you are strongly advised to check your preferred school's admission arrangements to see if a supplementary form is required.

UTCs / Studio Colleges

JCB Academy

JCB Academy requires applicants to take a CAT test as part of the application process.  Please view the UTC's information on how to apply for further details.

Other UTCs

Please view the information on UTCs/Studio Colleges.

In-year applications

The following form can be completed if you wish to apply for a school place during the school year.

Please note: This must be returned to your chosen school in the first instance, who will respond to you directly. You should receive a written response to your application within 15 school days.  If this time has passed please see further information with regards to not receiving a response or receiving a refusal.

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