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Admissions Arrangements

Under Consultation 18th December  23 - 29th January 24

Admission agreement 25-26

Changes made to the Admission agreement include

  • ​Removing information that parents do not need to consider making the agreement more user friendly

  • Adding within the Admission criteria provision during application for twins, triplets or siblings born in the same academic year to be treated as equals

  • PAN (Published Admission Numbers) numbers highlighted under appendix 1 to cover all schools within the trust. 

Admissions 2023/24

Admissions 2024/25

Admissions 2025/26

Admission Policy 


Pupils who are 4 years of age during the academic year are admitted to the school to join the foundation stage on a part time basis.

There are meetings for parents and children before the children transfer into the Foundation 2 class. If a child is transferring from another nursery unit or primary school s/he is welcome to visit with teachers and meet the Head of School.


Parents who wish their child to attend Wath C of E should contact the school to register on the appropriate form for F1 or contact the council for F2.

If parents wish to look round the school, the Head of School will be only too pleased to show them around and answer any questions they may have. It would be helpful if an appointment could be made, especially if parents are keen to visit the Foundation Unit and talk with either Mr Beevor, Mrs Horner or Miss Rockett. Please ring our school office on 01709760471 for assistance.


The Governors admit pupils up to the schools admission number (currently 60) whose parents wish them to enter the school and who have read the school prospectus and are in agreement with and support its aims.

If the school has more applications than the admission number then the Governors will use the Admission Criteria to allocate places.

Admission Criteria

If the school is oversubscribed the following criteria will be used to select the pupils to admit.

  1. Children who have a brother or sister attending the school.

  2. Children whose parents are practising members of All Saints Church in Wath and whose application can be supported.

  3. Families living inside Wath parish boundary.

  4. Children whose parents are practising members of another Christian Church and whose application can be supported.

  5. Proximity to school.

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