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Summary of September 2019 admissions to oversubscribed secondary schools

Please note that this information was correct as at February 2019. Changes may have taken place between the date this information was compiled and the date you are viewing it.

Overall first preference figures

  • 93.6% of first preferences made for admission to high school at year 9 were successful.
     
  • 91.6% of first preferences made for admission to secondary school at year 7 were successful.

The percentage of first preference applications agreed within each area is as follows:

AreaFirst preference agreed
Biddulph 100%
Blythe Bridge 92.30%
Burntwood 81.90%
Burton on Trent 95.70%
Cannock 98.70%
Cheadle 82.30%
Cheslyn Hay / Great Wyrley 97.20%
Codsall 100%
Endon 91.70%
Kidsgrove 100%
Kinver / Wombourne 93.80%
Leek 100%
Lichfield 94.60%
Newcastle under Lyme 89.90%
Penkridge 100%
Rugeley 100%
Stafford 93%
Stone 100%
Tamworth 86.90%
Uttoxeter 75.80%
Werrington 65.40%

School admission figures

Key to headings

First preferences: The total number of first preference applications for admission to the school.

Published admission number: The published number used to determine the maximum number of places available for admission.

Number allocated: Total number of children due to be admitted to the school in September 2019.

Number refused: The total number of unsuccessful applicants.

SchoolFirst preferencesPublished admission numberNumber allocatedNumber refused
Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Voluntary Academy 123 124 124 4
Blythe Bridge High School and Sixth Form 209 180 210 42
Cheslyn Hay Academy 218 224 224 17
Clayton Hall Academy 179 200 200 13
Endon High School 144 140 140 34
Erasmus Darwin Academy 271 185 185 95
John Taylor Free School 253 240 240 25
John Taylor High School - A Science and Leadership Academy 276 261 261 28
King Edward VI School, Lichfield 224 250 250 15
Kingsmead Academy, Hednesford 221 230 231 11
Kinver High School 121 120 120 28
Landau Forte Academy, Amington 261 192 202 83
Landau Forte Academy, QEMS 162 168 168 38
Moorside High School 217 145 145 125
Painsley Catholic College 278 228 228 80
Sir Graham Balfour School 230 170 200 38
St. John Fisher Catholic College 237 174 174 108
The de Ferrers Academy 420 410 410 20
The Friary School 230 210 210 36
The JCB Academy, Rocester   66   Refer to Academy directly
The Rawlett School - an AET Academy 204 192 192 38
The Weston Road Academy 190 182 200 15
Walton High School 245 210 221 45

 

School admission criteria

Key to headings

Children in care: Includes those children currently in public care and formerly in public care as defined within school admissions regulations (formerly in public care relates to children who have achieved permanency through adoption, special guardianships or care orders.

EHCP: Children with an education health care plan allocated places.

Furthest distance: Indicates the distance of the last child admitted under the distance criteria where applicable.

SchoolChildren in careEHCPSiblingCatchmentMajor contrib. schoolsMedical/ exceptionStaff childDistanceFurthest distance (miles)Allowed at appeal (if known)
Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Voluntary Academy Refer to the academy directly
Blythe Bridge High School and Sixth Form 4 2 78 69 43 0 N/A 14 2.1 2 of 23
Cheslyn Hay Academy 1 4 79 92 33 0 0 15 2.4 0 of 0
Clayton Hall Academy 0 2 66 88 N/A 0 N/A 44 2.5 0 of 0
Endon High School 3 6 46 47 18 0 N/A 20 1.4 2 of 10
Erasmus Darwin Academy Refer to the academy directly
John Taylor Free School 3 6 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 221 6.2 2 of 17
John Taylor High School - A Science and Leadership Academy 3 1 96 100 3 N/A 1 58 4.8 6 of 6
King Edward VI School, Lichfield 12 1 76 68 N/A 0 N/A 93 6.1 1 of 6
Kingsmead Academy, Hednesford 1 2 70 93 N/A 0 0 65 1.7 0 of 0
Kinver High School 3 3 45 35 N/A N/A N/A 34 3.3 8 of 8
Landau Forte Academy, Amington 7 2 83 110 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A 2 of 34
Landau Forte Academy, QEMS 1 0 52 105 N/A 0 N/A 10 1.2 0 of 3
Moorside High School 6 3 58 44 22 0 N/A 12 2.4 6 of 38
Painsley Catholic College Refer to the academy directly
Sir Graham Balfour School 4 4 63 126 N/A 0 N/A 3 1.1 3 of 14
St. John Fisher Catholic College Refer to the academy directly
The de Ferrers Academy 6 3 170 199 15 1 0 16 1.2 6 of 6
The Friary School 10 1 83 70 N/A 0 N/A 46 4.7 0 of 4
The JCB Academy, Rocester Refer to Academy directly
The Rawlett School - an AET Academy 1 1 78 89 N/A 0 N/A 23 1.3 0 of 0
The Weston Road Academy 3 1 73 112 N/A 0 N/A 11 1.8 4 of 8
Walton High School 2 1 99 90 27 1 1 N/A N/A 0 of 9

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