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Policies and Documents

The Governing Body takes a strategic role, acts as a critical friend to the school and is accountable for its decisions. It sets aims and objectives and agrees, monitors and reviews policies, targets and priorities.

Downloadable copies of some of the policies may be accessed from this page. If you require any additional policies which are not listed below please contact june.taylor@salford.gov.uk.

 

Admissions

Admissions

St Patrick’s is a Catholic Voluntary Aided School. The school is designated as a school with a religious character and as such is permitted to give priority to applicants who are of the faith of the school.

The Governing Board has responsibility for all admissions to the school. The school operates a Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme with Salford Local Authority for the management of applications and appeal arrangements on behalf of St Patrick’s.

Admission documents are downloadable from this page; you will find these at the top of this page on the right hand side.

Please note: The St Patrick’s Supplementary Information Request Form DOES NOT replace the official Local Authority application form. If you wish to apply for a place at St Patrick’s R.C. High School for your child you should contact the Admissions Team at Salford City Council. Please click here to be re-directed to the Salford City Council Admissions Page.

Consultation

The Consultation period 28th November 2016 - 16th January 2017 is now closed for the 2018/19 admission arrangements.

School Admissions
Children's Services Directorate
Salford City Council
2nd Floor
Unity House
Salford Civic Centre
Chorley Road
Swinton
M27 5AW
0161 778 0418

Appeals

Right of Appeal and Timetables

If you do not get a place for your child at St Patrick’s RC High School you have the right of appeal against the decision.

Your appeal will be heard by an independent admission appeal panel.
Appeals for a place at St Patrick’s are administered by Salford Local Authority Democratic Services.

You can submit an appeal application or find help with any questions you may have by clicking here.

For further information or advice you can contact:

Helen Oldland Senior Democratic Services Advisor
Salford City Council
Salford Civic Centre
Chorley Road
Swinton
M27 5DA

Telephone number: 0161 793 2811
Or e-mail helen.oldland@salford.gov.uk.

Secondary School Year 7 Admissions

Offer date: 1st March 2017

Appeals to be submitted by 29th March 2017.

Appeals submitted by 29th March to be heard 10th- 26th May.

Appeals for late applications will be heard within 40 school days of the appeal being lodged.

In-Year Admissions

Appeals for In-year admissions will be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.

Correspondence Timescales

Please click here to view the Correspondence Timescales.