Allocated schools for Year 7, starting September 2022, can be found from 1st March 2022 and Reception Year from 19th April 2022.

Primary Education

Wednesfield Technology Primary School will not open in September 2022. The opening has been postponed to September 2023.

From 19th April 2022, Wolverhampton residents can find out the allocated school for Reception Year in September 2022.

If you applied online to commence primary education in September 2022 the web portal is available from 19 April 2022 in order to view the allocation made.

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

The City of Wolverhampton Parents Portal

The deadline for applying for a Reception Year place for September 2022 was 15 January 2022.  Allocation Day is 19 April 2022.

Therefore, if you have still not applied please complete the late submission form (in the 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, 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. The form should be completed and returned as detailed below:

Free Schools - completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2022

  • The Royal School, Wolverhampton
  • Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton

Voluntary Controlled / Academy Schools - completed forms to be returned direct to the Local Authority by 15 January 2022

  • St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School
  • Bilston Church of England Primary School
  • Christ Church, Church of England Infant School
  • St Bartholomew’s Church of England Primary School
  • St Jude’s Church of England Primary Academy
  • St Stephen’s Church of England Primary School
  • Trinity Church of England Primary School
  • St Benedict Biscop CofE Primary School

Voluntary Aided / Academy Schools Catholic Primary Schools – completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2022

  • Corpus Christi Catholic Primary Academy
  • Holy Rosary Catholic Primary Academy
  • Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School
  • SS Mary and John Catholic Primary Academy
  • SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary Academy and Nursery
  • St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School
  • St Mary’s Catholic Primary Academy
  • St Michael’s Catholic Primary Academy and Nursery
  • St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School
  • St Teresa’s Catholic Primary Academy

Voluntary Aided / Academy Church of England Schools – completed forms to be returned direct to the school by 15 January 2022

  • St Luke’s Church of England Primary School
  • St Michaels Church of England Primary School
  • St Paul’s Church of England Primary School

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 Local Authority by 15 January 2022

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 Local Authority by 15 January 2022

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 Local Authority by 15 January 2022

Secondary Education

From 1st March 2022, Wolverhampton residents can find out the allocated school for Year 7 in September 2022.

If you applied online to commence secondary education in September 2022 the web portal is available from 1 March 2022 in order to view the allocation made.

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

The City of Wolverhampton Parents Portal

The deadline for applying for a Year 7 place for September 2022 was 31 October 2021. 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 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 which contains important information about making your school place application.

Applying online has the following benefits:

  • Applications are made through a secure website
  • Applications can be viewed/edited online up to the closing date for applications (15 January 2022)
  • Applicants can access their child's school place allocation online on 19 April 2022 rather than having to wait for the post

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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