St. Augustine’s Church of England (VA) Junior School provides for the needs of children within the 7 to 11 age range.
In a Voluntary Aided School the Governing Body is responsible for the admission of children to the school and all matters concerning pupil admissions. This policy was last determined by the Governing Body on 12th March 2020 for 2021-22 admissions. Should you have any queries relating to this policy you should contact James Fordham – Chair of the Governing Body, via the school office.
The Governing Body will admit up to 60 children into any year group.
The Governing Body is the admissions authority for the School; this means the Governing Body set and apply the admissions policy for our School. All decisions regarding the admission of children into our School are made by the Governing Body. Peterborough City Council is responsible for co-ordinating all applications for places in the school.
St Augustine’s School serves children living in the vicinity of the school, children from the Parishes of Woodston and Fletton and also welcomes those from a wider area on religious grounds. The Governing Body will give priority to children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) issued by a Local Authority, where the school is named as the most appropriate setting for the child.
For more information, please see our Admissions Policy 22-23