Allocated schools for Reception Year starting September 2019, can be found from 16th April 2019, and Year 7 from 1st March 2019.

Primary Education

If you applied online to commence primary education in September 2019 the web portal is available from 16 April 2019 in order to view the allocation made.

Here you can access the School Admissions web portal and you will also receive an email confirming the allocation.

The deadline for applying for a Reception Year place for September 2019 was 15 January 2019.  Allocation Day is 16 April 2019.

Therefore, if you have still not applied please complete the late submission form or contact the Admissions and Appeals Team on 01902 551122 or email via school.admissions@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Before making your application please ensure that you have read and understood the Introducing Primary Education in Wolverhampton Booklet, which contains important information about making your school place application.

You are allowed to express a preference for five schools. Due to the popularity of Wolverhampton schools, you are encouraged to use all five preferences.

In addition to the application, if you are applying to a Wolverhampton Voluntary Aided / Academy / Voluntary Controlled / Manor Multi Academy trust (comprising of Manor Primary, East Park Primary and Hill Avenue Primary) / Nishkam / St Martin's Multi Academy Trust (compromising of St Martin's CofE, Field View Primary and Grove Primary) / The Royal School, Wolverhampton you are required to complete an additional Supplementary Information Form:

If you want to apply for any of the Voluntary Controlled Schools please print off the Supplementary Information Form, complete it and return it to the Admissions and Appeals section at the Civic Centre. Please note that you must also express a preference for the school on your application.

If you want to apply for any of the Voluntary Aided / Academy, Nishkam or The Royal School, please print off the Supplementary Information Form, complete it and return it directly to the school. Please note that you must also express a preference for the school on your application.


Secondary Education

From 1st March 2019, Wolverhampton residents can find out the allocated school for Year 7 in September 2019

If you applied online to commence secondary education in September 2019 the web portal is available from 1 March 2019 in order to view the allocation made.

Here you can access the School Admissions web portal and you will also receive an email confirming the allocation.

The deadline for applying for a Year 7 place for September 2019 was 31 October 2018. Therefore, if you have still not applied please complete the  CAF1 Late Form or contact the Admissions and Appeals Team on 01902 551122 or email via school.admissions@wolverhampton.gov.uk

In addition to the late application form, if you are applying to the following school's you are required to complete an additional Supplementary Information Form. The form should be completed and returned directly to the school.

Before making your application please ensure that you have read and understood the  Secondary Education in Wolverhampton booklet which contains important information about making your school place application.  

Further advice on the transfer process is available from the Admissions and Appeals Team on 01902 551122 or email school.admissions@wolverhampton.gov.uk

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