Allocated schools for Reception Year, starting September 2021, can be found from 16th April 2021 and for Year 7 from 1st March 2021.

Secondary Education

From 1st March 2021, Wolverhampton residents can find out the allocated school for Year 7 in September 2021.

If you applied online to commence secondary education in September 2021 the web portal is available from 1 March 2021 in order to view the allocation made.

The portal can be accessed here and you will also receive an email confirming the allocation.

The deadline for applying for a Year 7 place for September 2021 was 31 October 2020. Therefore, if you have still not applied please complete the late application form, in the download section, 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 direct to the school.

  • Our Lady and St Chad Catholic Academy (in the download section)
  • St. Peter's Collegiate School (in the download section)
  • St Edmund's Catholic Academy (in the download section)
  • The King's Church of England School (in the download section)
  • The Royal School, Wolverhampton (in the download section)

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

Primary Education

From 16th April 2021, Wolverhampton residents can find out the allocated school for Reception Year in September 2021.

If you applied online to commence primary education in September 2021 the web portal is available from 16 April 2021 in order to view the allocation made.

The portal can be accessed here and you will also receive an email confirming the allocation.

The deadline for applying for a Reception Year place for September 2021 was 15 January 2021.  Allocation Day is 16 April 2021.

Therefore, if you have still not applied please complete the late submission form (in download section) 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 (in download section), 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 online application, if you are applying to the following school’s you are required to complete an additional Supplementary Information Form , but only if you are applying for a place under a particular criterion (i.e. Faith , child of a staff member etc.). Please refer to the admission arrangements for the individual schools for information.

Free Schools - completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021

  • The Royal School, Wolverhampton (in the download section)
  • Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton (in the download section)

Voluntary Controlled / Academy Schools - completed forms to be returned direct to the Local Authority by 15 January 2021

  • St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)
  • Bilston Church of England Primary School (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)
  • Christ Church, Church of England Infant School (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)
  • St Bartholomew’s Church of England Primary School (in the download section)
  • St Jude’s Church of England Primary Academy (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)
  • St Stephen’s Church of England Primary School (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)
  • Trinity Church of England Primary School (please use Voluntary Controlled School – SIF)

Voluntary Aided / Academy Schools Catholic Primary Schools – completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021

  • Corpus Christi Catholic Primary Academy (in the download section)
  • Holy Rosary Catholic Primary Academy (in the download section)
  • Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School (in the download section)
  • SS Mary and John Catholic Primary Academy (in the download section)
  • SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary Academy and Nursery (in the download section)
  • St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School (in the download section)
  • St Mary’s Catholic Primary Academy (in the download section)
  • St Michael’s Catholic Primary Academy and Nursery (in the download section)
  • St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School (awaiting form)
  • St Teresa’s Catholic Primary Academy (in the download section)

Voluntary Aided / Academy Church of England Schools – completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021

  • St Luke’s Church of England Primary School (in the download section)
  • St Michaels Church of England Primary School (in the download section)
  • St Paul’s Church of England Primary School (please see Voluntary Aided Church of England – SIF)

Manor Multi Academy Trust (Manor Primary School, Hill Avenue Academy, East Park Academy, St Alban’s CE Primary Academy and St Thomas CE Primary Academy) - completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021 (in the download section)

Perry Hall Multi Academy Trust (Berrybrook Primary School, Dunstall Hill Primary School, Perry Hall Primary School and Woodthorne Primary School) – completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021 (in the download section)

St Martin’s Multi Academy Trust (St Martin’s CE Primary School, Field View Primary School and Grove Primary School) - completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2021 (in the download section)

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

Wolverhampton City Council (the ‘council’) respects your privacy rights and is committed to ensuring that it protects your details, the information about your dealings with the council and other information about you available to the council (‘your information’).In accordance with the UK Data Protection Law, the council will use your information, for the purpose of processing your application for a school place, to (a) deal with your requests and administer its departmental functions; (b) meet its statutory obligations; and (c) prevent and detect fraud. The council may share your information (but only the minimum amount of information necessary to do the above and only where it is lawful to do so) with other departments within the council (including the elected Members), central Government departments, law enforcement agencies, statutory and judicial bodies, community service providers and contractors that process data on its behalf. The council may also use and disclose information, that does not identify individuals, for research and strategic development purposes. For further information about your information rights please see the Council’s privacy notice.

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