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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

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Details

  • School phase: Primary
  • School type: Voluntary Aided
  • Age range: 4 - 11
  • Gender: Mixed
  • Headteacher: Mrs E A Walsh
  • Telephone(s): 01737 765373
  • Fax no: 01737 768557
  • Latest Ofsted reports: From Ofsted's website
  • School website: www.stjosephs-redhill.surrey.sch.uk
  • Email: secretary@stjosephs-redhill.surrey.sch.uk
  • Address: Linkfield lane, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1DU
  • DFEE number: 9363916
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Admissions

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  • Supplementary forms: Some schools ask for extra information to consider as part of your application for a school place. You must supply this on the school's supplementary form(s):
  • Admission arrangements: Details of the admission arrangements are available on the school's website
  • Applications for in year admissions: Apply on Surrey's centrally managed application form (IYA-SCCCMA)

Admission criteria for September 2016

Allocation of places for September 2015
Allocation of places for September 2014

Admission Criteria for September 2016

The 2016 published admission number (PAN) for this school ie 90. The PAN is the number of pupils the school intends to admit.
Places for September 2016 will be allocated using the following criteria:

Please note; The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has partially upheld an objection to the admission arrangements for St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Redhill for September 2016. In line with the adjudicator's decision the admission arrangements will remain unchanged for 2016 but be reviewed for 2017.

1 Baptised Catholic looked after and previously looked after children.
2 Baptised Catholic children with exceptional medical or social needs.
3 Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have the written support of the priest where they worship.
4 Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident outside The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have the written support of the priest where they worship.
5 Other baptised Catholic children resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord.
6 Other baptised Catholic children.
7 Non-baptised children, resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord, who together with a non-baptised parent are enrolled on a programme of preparation to come into full Communion with the Catholic Church for at least six months prior to the closing date of application.
8 Other looked after and previously looked after children.
9 Other children with exceptional medical or social needs.
10 Children who are members of Eastern Orthodox Churches.
11 Children who are members of other Christian denominations that are part of Churches Together in England.
12 Children who are members of other faiths.
13 Any other children.

Allocation of places for September 2015

The 2015 published admission number (PAN) for this school is 60. The PAN is the number of pupils the school intends to admit.

The total number of primary places offered for September 2015 was 60.

Places for September 2015 were allocated to the following pupils:

    1. Baptised Catholic looked after and previously looked after children: 0
    2. Baptised Catholic children with exceptional medical or social needs: 0
    3. Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have written support of the priest where they worship: 55
    4. Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident outside The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have the written support of the priest where they worship: 3
    5. Other baptised Catholic children resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord: 0
    6. Other baptised Catholic children: 0
    7. Non-baptised children, resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord, who together with a non-baptised parent are enrolled on a programme of preparation to come into full Communion with the Catholic Church for at least six months prior to the closing date of application: 0
    8. Other looked after and previously looked after children: 0
    9. Other children with exceptional medical or social needs: 0
    10. Children who are members of Eastern Orthodox Churches: 0
    11. Children who are members of other Christian denominations that are part of Churches Together in England: 1
    12. Children who are members of other faiths: 0
    13. Any other children: 1

Children with a statement of special educational needs or an education, health and care plan: 0
Furthest distance (in the final criterion offered): 0.986km

This data was correct as of 16 April 2015.

Allocation of places for September 2014

The 2014 published admission number (PAN) for this school was 60. The PAN is the number of pupils the school intends to admit.

The total number of primary school places offered for September 2014 was 60.

Places were allocated to the following pupils.

    1. Baptised Catholic looked after children and previously looked after children: 0
    2. Baptised Catholic children with exceptional medical or social needs: 0
    3. Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have written support of the priest where they worship: 60
    4. Baptised Catholic children who attend Mass and are resident outside The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord and have the written support of the priest where they worship: 0
    5. Other baptised Catholic children resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord: 0
    6. Other baptised Catholic children: 0
    7. Non-baptised children, resident in The Parish of the Nativity of Our Lord, who together with a non-baptised parent are enrolled on a programme of preparation to come into full Communion with the Catholic Church for at least six months prior to the closing date of application: 0
    8. Other looked after children and previously looked after children: 0
    9. Other children with exceptional medical or social needs: 0
    10. Children who are members of Eastern Orthodox Churches: 0
    11. Children who are members of other Christian denominations that are part of Churches Together in England: 0
    12. Children who are members of other faiths: 0
    13. Any other children: 0

Children with a statement of special educational needs: 0
Furthest distance (where distance is the deciding criterion): 2.892km

This data was correct as of 16 April 2014.

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2016
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