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St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy

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Contact details, Ofsted report and admission data for St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy, a primary academy for 5 to 11 year olds in Scunthorpe. It also has nursery provision.

Head Teacher: Mr M Strong

admin.saintbernadettes@northlincs.gov.uk 
01724 842382

Annes Crescent
Ashby
Scunthorpe
North Lincolnshire
DN16 2LW

St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy website

St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy’s Ofsted report

 

Admissions information for St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy

September 2020 intake

  • Published admission number for Reception – 45
  • Total number on roll – 335
  • Number of first preferences – 39
  • Number of offers made – 42

If you are applying for a place at this school you will need to complete a supplementary form (this is in addition to completing the main application form either online or on paper – see our Apply for a school place page).

Oversubscribed in the last five years?

Yes – 2016, 2018 and 2019

2021 Published Admission Number for Reception

45

Over-subscription criteria for 2019, 2020 and 2021

Children who have an Education Health and Care Plan which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

First priority within the oversubscription criteria will be given to applications from children who will have siblings attending the school at the proposed time of admission.

  1. Catholic looked after children and previously looked after children.
  2. Catholic children living in the parishes served by the academy.
  3. Catholic children living outside those parishes.
  4. Other looked after children and previously looked after children.
  5. Catechumens, Candidates and members of Eastern Christian Churches.
  6. Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.
  7. Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.
  8. Any other children.

If any category is oversubscribed, priority (after sibling priority) will be given to pupils whose home address is nearest to the academy.

Note: In 2016 the children who were not offered places were those in category 8 who lived further than 0.507 miles walking distance away from the school. In 2018 the children who were not offered places were those in category 8 who lived further than 1.515 miles walking distance away from the school. In 2019, the children who were not offered places were siblings in category 8 who lived further than 0.637 miles walking distance away and all other children in category 8.

Full 2019 admissions policy of the academy [PDF, 339Kb]

Full 2020 admissions policy of the academy [PDF, 406Kb]

Full 2021 admissions policy of the academy [PDF, 314Kb]

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