Admission Arrangements 2024-25 Consultation
St Peter’s Catholic School is consulting on its admission arrangements for 2024-25 from 1st November to 13th December.
You can find a copy here. If you have any comments or views you should send them to Mrs Jennie Pate, Clerk to Governors at
firstname.lastname@example.org or to St Peter’s Catholic School, Whitefields Road, Solihull, B91 3NZ by 5pm on 13th December.
St. Peter’s Catholic School admissions process is part of the Solihull Local Authority co-ordinated scheme. For details on how to apply for a school place please click on the relevant link.
Alternatively, they can be contacted on 0121 704 6693 or by email at email@example.com
Our School Admissions Policy can be accessed by clicking the relevant link.
For more information on how to apply for a place at St Peter’s Catholic School, please visit: Moving schools during the school year | solihull.gov.uk
6th Form Admissions
To get information about our Sixth Form please click on this link: Sixth Form Home – St Peter’s Catholic School In Solihull (st-peters.solihull.sch.uk)
If you would like to visit out 6th Form Virtual Open Day, please click this link: 6th Form Virtual Open Day – St Peter’s Catholic School In Solihull (st-peters.solihull.sch.uk)
Entry criteria for the Sixth Form is here
To apply for a place in Sixth Form, please submit an application form via the following:
St Peter’s Year 11 pupils: Here
Pupils from other schools: Here
If you are not offered a place at this school you have the right of appeal against the decision not to allocate a place to your child. Appeals are heard by an independent panel. The timetable for hearing admission appeals can be found at the relevant link.
Our appeal form can be downloaded. You should also include a written statement and any other documents you would like to be considered. Appeals received after the closing date will be heard within the schedule, if possible. If the form is received late in June or July the appeal may not be heard until after the school summer holiday. Appeals are not heard during the school holidays.