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Year 7 Admissions

Year 5 & 6 Open Mornings

Year 5 & 6 children and their parents are warmly invited to attend an Open Morning to experience St Laurence during the school day. This is an opportunity to tour the School, visit lessons and meet senior staff.

Open mornings - 9.15 - 10.00am (please book on 01225 309500):

  • Friday 22nd September

  • Tuesday 26th September

  • Tuesday 3rd October

  • Friday 6th October

  • Tuesday 10th October

  • Wednesday 11th October

To book a place on one of the above dates, please contact the Reception Team on 01225 309500 / admin@st-laurence.com

Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment (one visit per family please).

Year 7 Admissions 2024

We are delighted you are considering St Laurence School for your child. Making us your ‘first preference’ and applying by the deadline is advisable.

The deadline for applications is 31st October 2023. Late applications will be considered after all applications that have been received in time have been dealt with.

Please follow this link to apply via Wiltshire County Council Applying for a school place - Wiltshire Council where you will find everything you need to apply and all the information and timelines for the process.  

If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Team at County Hall on 01225 713010 for further details.

Parents will be notified of the secondary school places allocated to children on 1st March 2024. It is important that parents who are allocated a place at St Laurence School should reply to Wiltshire County Council by 15th March 2024.

Admissions Policies

Please find below copies of St Laurence School’s admission policies. The St Laurence School Admission Policy applies solely to applications for places at St Laurence School. As an Academy St Laurence School acts as its own admissions authority. The Governing Body is responsible for determining the procedures and policies.

The admission policy of St Laurence School is, while there are adequate places, to offer a place to all applicants irrespective of gender, religion, ethnicity or country of origin, disability or academic ability. This is subject to St Laurence school being able to meet the reasonable, specific needs of the child, within the resources available.

The School participates in the Local Authority’s Fair Access Protocol.

Appeals for Admission to St Laurence School in September 2024

Further information about the Appeals Process will be published at a later date.

Admissions Policies and Appeals

Key Contacts

Karen Rhodes

Year 6/7 Transition Co-ordinator

Sally Hackett

Headteacher's PA

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