St Bartholomew's

Church of England Academy

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St Bartholomew’s Church of England Academy is an inclusive academy for pupils aged 4-11, built on a strong Christian ethos but welcoming pupils from all faiths or none.

 

If you would like to arrange a visit to look around the academy please contact the academy office.

Applications are allocated according to our admissions policy which can be downloaded from our policies page here, and which specifies the academy priority area, published admissions number (PAN) and oversubscription criteria.

 

All applications for places at St Bartholomew’s CofE Academy, including in-year admissions, are via the Coventry School Admissions Service, their contact details are:

www.coventry.gov.uk/schooladmissions
primaryadmissions@coventry.gov.uk
024 7683 1613

 

If we are unable to offer your child a place at our academy you have the right of appeal to the Independent Admission Appeals panel.  Appeal forms are available from the trust website here or from the academy office.

 

For further information about joining St Bartholomew’s Church of England Academy please see the following documents on our policies page here.

  • Admissions Policy

  • Admissions Appeal hearing dates

Nursery Admissions

In Coventry, children can attend a nursery class attached to a primary school the September after their third birthday.

How to apply for a nursery class place

It is advisable to contact us for nursery class places at least a year before your child will start. 

Parents/carers need to be aware that it does not matter how early an application is submitted, the place will be allocated against the school's selection criteria.

 

To apply for a nursery class/school place parents/carers must contact St Barts C of E Academy directly. Parents/carers will be given a form to complete and information about how selection for a nursery class/school place is made at our school. 

 

It is important for parents/carers to understand that although there is no catchment area for nursery classes; due to the high level of demand for spaces, schools will have their own selection criteria which will differ at each school.

If you are unsuccessful in securing a place, do not contact the school's admissions department as they have no input into nursery class/school allocation of places.

Attending a nursery class at a specific school does not guarantee a place at the reception class at the same school.

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