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  • The Catholic School of Saint Gregory The Great,
  • St James Square,
  • Cheltenham,
  • Gloucestershire,
  • GL50 3QG.
  • Tel:

    01242 513659

In-year Process

Applying for a school place during the school year (in-year applications)

Firstly please view the Gloucestershire County Council In-Year Admissions Guidance Booklet this will explain the process fully and answer any questions you may have.

 

In Year Admissions Process

In Year applications are those applications made during the academic year for a school place in Reception (FS) through to Year 6.   To apply for a place at The Catholic School of St. Gregory The Great you should contact the school directly in the first instance. The child’s Parent/Carer(s) will need to complete an In Year Admissions Common Application Form and send it to the School Office.  The In Year Admissions Common Application Form  is available on the County Council website. Further advice can be sought from the In Year Team.  

 

Please read the documents on the County Council website  regarding applying for a place during the academic year and download and fill in an In Year Application form.  

 

What we need from you

We need to see and will need to take a copy of:

  • The child's original birth Certificate
  • If applying under one of the faith based criteria,  we will need to see the original Certificate of Baptism or letter from a member of the clergy.
  •  Proof of address are also required to support your application.  This can be read in more detail in the Admissions Policy of that year.

 

Oversubscribed

If the School is oversubscribed in a year group, where Parent/Carer(s) request it, the child’s name will be added to a waiting list for 2 months from the latest request to be on the In Year waiting list that will be kept in order of the oversubscription criteria. It is the Parent/Carer(s) responsibility to contact the school every 2 months. Each added child to the list will require the list to be ranked again in line with the published oversubscription criteria.

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