The Academy Council of St Mary’s is the Admission Authority for the school.
We intend to admit up to 15 pupils to the Reception year group each academic year. This arrangement follows consultation between St Mary’s School Academy Council, the Local Authority, all other schools in the area and all Admission Authorities in the area.
For full details of the admissions process or to discuss your personal circumstances please contact:
School Admissions Team
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
Tel: 01642 526605
Email: email@example.com or visit their website by using the link School Admissions Website
All school admissions (Reception to Y6) are processed by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s School Admissions Department and places are allocated according to a strict set of admissions criteria.
An in year admission is when a parent wishes to apply for a place at a school not during the formal transition times (e.g. going into Reception for the first time, moving from a primary school to a secondary school). This is usually because the child is moving to a different address or is new to the country but it can be for other reasons as well. These moves usually take place during the academic year which is why they are referred to as ‘in-year’ admissions.
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