St Anne's

CofE (A) Primary School

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The Governing Body of St Anne's C of E (A) Primary School is the admissions authority for the school.

Applications must be made through your home local authority on the Common Application form. For Nottinghamshire residents, this can be found on the NCC website:


and applications should be completed by the closing date for applications as stated in the Nottinghamshire Co-ordinated scheme. The offer of a place will be made by the Local Authority to all parents on the offer day set out in the co-ordinated scheme.


The published admission number is 30 children per year. All applications for the Reception year will be ranked in accordance with the admission criteria as set out in the policy.



PLEASE NOTE: Application to Vary our 2021/22 Admission arrangements.


Due to the temporary closure of Churches and other places of worship during the Covid19 Lockdown, (which has impacted on our normal process for verifying church attendance/faith commitment as specified in our admission arrangements), St Anne's C of E (A) Primary School Governing Body has applied for a variation to our 2021/22 admission arrangements. Please see attached letter from the Chair of Governors.


Once we have received confirmation of the proposed variation from the Office of the Schools Adjudicator we will then be able to upload our revised 2021/22 admission arrangments and Supplementary Information Form to our website.  In the meantime please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.


Please contact the school office  -  if you need to discuss this matter further

Our policy outlines the process for application to the school in line with the Local Authority Admission arrangements. There is a supplementary form that parents/carers can complete and this is available from the school office. Families must apply to the school through the Local Authority.

Right of Appeal

Under the terms of the Education Act 1980, you have a right to make a formal appeal against the governors’ decision to refuse admission. If you decide that you wish to proceed with an appeal, you should within 20 school days of the date of the refusal letter, write to the Diocesan Appeals Clerk, Mr. T. Redgate, c/o Rotheras Solicitors, 2 Kayes Walk, Stoney Street, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1PZ 

(email: so that the formal appeal process can be put into motion. Appeals will be heard by an Independent Appeal Panel in accordance with the School Standards & Framework Act 1998.

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