The school has a published admission number of 60 pupils per year split into two classes of 30.
If the year group you are applying to is at full capacity you will be refused a space at our school under the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 on the grounds that ‘compliance with your preference would prejudice the provision of efficient education and the efficient use of resources for reasons of overcrowding’.
You do have a legal right of appeal against this decision not to offer a place for your child and should you wish to do this please contact the School Office at St Gregory’s School for the necessary paperwork to do this.
The Appeal Process
Gloucestershire County Council (GCC)
Gloucestershire County Council has a dedicated In-year Admissions Team available to support parents through the admissions process. They will be able to discuss other schools in the area with you and help you find your child a place at an alternative school. They will also be able to talk you through the appeals process and answer any other queries you may have. We will also pass your details on to the County Council so they know you are looking for a school place for your child and can make contact with you to offer their assistance.