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Applications for a Year 7 place

Lancashire parents application process for year 7 places now needs to be done on-line, paper booklets will not be circulated as in the past.
To complete your online application please visit; http://new.lancashire.gov.uk/children-education-families/schools/apply-for-a-school-place/apply-for-a-secondary-school-place.aspx

Admissions Policy summary for the Academic Year 2019/2020

1 Catholic pupil who :
a) is a looked after or previously looked after child
b) all other Catholic pupils

2 Christian pupil who:
a) is a looked after or previously looked after child
b) all other Christian pupils

3 Non-faith pupil who:
a) is a looked after or previously looked after child
a) is attending an ‘associated primary school’
b) has a sibling who would be concurrently on role at the school
c) any other pupil

‘ASSOCIATED PRIMARY SCHOOLS’
St Oswald’s Accrington, Sacred Heart Accrington, St Mary’s Oswaldtwistle, St Mary’s Clayton-Le-Moors, St Anne’s & St Joseph’s Accrington, Hippings Methodist Primary, St Andrew’s CE Primary, Green Haworth CE Primary, St Peter’s CE Primary, St Nicholas CE Primary, St Paul’s CE Primary, Moor End, West End, St John’s with St Augustine’s CE Primary, St Mary Magdalene’s CE Primary, Knuzden St Oswald’s CE Primary, Benjamin Hargreaves CE Primary, All Saints CE Primary, Altham St James CE Primary, Baxenden St John’s CE Primary

TIE BREAK
Where there are more applicants for the available places within a category, then the distance between the Ordnance Survey address points for the school and the home measured in a straight line will be used as the final determining factor, nearer addresses having priority over more distant ones. This address point is within the body of the property and usually located at its centre. Where the cut-off point is for addresses within the same building, then the single measure between address points will apply and the Local Authority’s system of a random draw will determine which address(es) receive the offer(s).

TRANSPORT
Mount Carmel is now subsidising the cost of bus fares by 50% on 867 & 869 bus routes covering routes from Oswaldtwistle and Clayton-le-Moors. The school also runs transport from the Baxenden area. Details regarding travel and bus passes can be obtained from the school.

Policy Determined by the Governing Body: April 2016

This is a voluntary Aided school – please contact the school if you require further information Tel: 01254 233458
Admission number: 162

Download the admissions policy here – 2019 admissions

Applications for In Year admissions

If you wish to make an application for an In Year admission to Mount Carmel R.C. High School, please be aware of the following process:
  • Contact Lancashire County Council to register your initial interest for a pupil admission to Mount Carmel.  LCC will inform you if there are places available.
  • Download and complete the Mount Carmel In Year application form below, fully completing all sections.
  • A member of staff from Mount Carmel will investigate previous school information completing the necessary paperwork.
  • A member of staff will contact the parent/guardian making the enquiry and invite them in for an initial meeting.
  • Parents/guardians will be informed of a decision.
  • Parents/guardians need to be aware that a request and completion of an application form does not guarantee their child a place at Mount Carmel.
  • All starting dates will be the beginning of the following term.

Please contact the school if you require further information Tel: 01254 233458

Download the In-Year admissions form here

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