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Admissions Information

Holy  Family  Catholic  High  School  was  founded  by  the  Catholic  Church  to  provide  education  for children of Catholic families. The school is run by its governing body as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its Trust Deed and instrument of government, and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.  If the number of preferences received is less than the admission number then all preferences will be met. However, when there are more applications than places available, priority will always be given to Catholic applicants in accordance with the oversubscription criteria listed below. By applying to this school parents, or carers, are declaring their support for the aims and ethos of the school. The governing body has responsibility for admissions to the school and intends to admit 90 pupils to Year 7 in the school year which begins in September 2018.

Admissions

Supplementary Information form for admission to a voluntary aided Catholic School

SIF 2021-2022

SIF 2022-2023

SIF 2023-2024

In Year Applications

Applications for a place at the Holy Family Catholic High School for students already at another secondary school can be made by completing:

  • The Local Authority Common Preference Form
  • The Holy Family Supplementary Information Form

Both forms must be completed and submitted before an application can be processed.

The Holy Family Supplementary Information Form and prospectus can be obtained from the school or can be downloaded from the link above. When complete the Supplementary Information Form should be returned to the school with any other documents such as evidence of baptism for Catholic children. The Local Authority School Admissions Service will forward your Common Preference Form to the school.

If a place is available in the year group applied for, a place will be offered. If the school year group is full or at capacity for the number of forms in the year group then no place will be offered.

Parents and carers have the right of appeal should they not be given a place.