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Admissions

For more information please click the link for the school prospectus

 

Admissions Policy

To read about our admissions policy please click the button below.

 

Admission to Reception 2021

To apply for a place at St Maxentius CE Primary School you must live in Bolton.  Bolton Council co-ordinates the admission arrangements for the school.  The school liaises with Bolton Council and Manchester Diocesan Board of Education on admissions issues.


If you have a child with a date of birth between 1st September 2016 and 31st August 2017 you child is due to start reception in September 2021.


Read through the booklet 

 Admission to Primary School 2020, which gives information about the admission process.

Read the guidance notes to help you to apply.

 

Appeals

Where the governors are unable to offer a place because the school is over- subscribed, parents have the right to appeal to an independent admission appeal panel, set up under the School Standards and Framework Act, 1998, as amended by the Education Act, 2002.  Parents will have the opportunity to submit their case to the panel in writing and also to attend in order to present their case.  You will normally receive 14 days' notice of the place and time of the hearing.


A leaflet explaining the appeal procedure is obtainable from the School Admission, Bolton Council.

Any appeals organised by the local authority will be timetabled accordingly with the school and this information will be available retrospectively each term.

 

Transferring between primary schools

Bolton Council is responsible for co-ordinating admissions into all schools for those families resident within Bolton Metropolitan Borough.


This includes:


·            Children wishing to change from one school to another within the borough

·            Children who have arrived into the borough requiring a school place

·            Children wishing to move from an independent school to a school maintained by the Council

·            Children resident in the borough but requiring admission to a school in another borough


Parents or carers must complete the application form  after reading the notes of guidance.  There is also a second form that the current school, if it is in Bolton, must complete.


You must make sure your child’s continues to attend their current school whilst your application is being considered however it is recognised that for families who have moved into Bolton this may not always be possible. You must, in such circumstances, inform the headteacher at their previous school of the arrangements you are making.

 

Bolton Council appeal information