In our trust, from Reception to Year 6, we follow the same admissions criteria as Wolverhampton City Council. The admission policy is within the Local Authority guidelines. Places are prioritised in the following way :-
In-year admission into primary schools is arranged by Wolverhampton city Council. Application forms are collected from, and returned to the Civic Centre in Wolverhampton. Once allocated to St Martin’s, you are invited into school to meet with the Headteacher to discuss the next steps prior to admission and there will be an opportunity given to the child and parents to meet the class teacher and children in their age group.
Requests for a place in the Nursery should be made through the school office. We offer either a morning or an afternoon place for each child.
The determined admission arrangements for 2019/20 are available in the document below.
The admissions policy can be found here.
Any person, or body, that considers that the determined arrangements are unlawful, or not in compliance with the School Admissions Code or relevant law relating to admissions, can make an objection to the Office of the Schools Adjudicator. Objections must be submitted to the Office of the Schools Adjudicator by 15 May 2018.
If you have not yet applied for a reception school place for September 2018, you will need to complete an online or paper application which you can get by contacting City of Wolverhampton Council School Admissions.
Well done to Grove football team for winning their first game. #grovehealthy https://t.co/uExSNLUr1o
#y6grove are using pastilles and black card to create Blitz silhouette artwork this afternoon! #grovecreativity 👨🏻🎨 https://t.co/CPQBHXaYI2
RT @natonlinesafety: Video games & Violence🎮🚫 Do video games lead to violence in children? For this weeks #WakeUpWednesday, we’ll look at a…
Yr5lr concentrating on their breathing to help them relax #MentalHealthAwarenessDay #BBCTeachLesson #grovehealthy https://t.co/1k6X5og8b6
#y5grove #grovehealthy 5SG taking part in the bbc live lesson, finger breathing #BBCTeachLesson https://t.co/QnIxkwJA7X