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2022/23 Admissions

Places available for Nursery and Y1-Y6 in September 2022

Thank you for your interest in a place in our school for September 2022. We want to provide you with as much information as we can to help you decide if you want to make an application for September. We are hosting an Open Morning on Wednesday 8th June, where the Head Teacher will give a talk and presentation about our school and key staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

9.30am Year 1 to Year 6

10.30am Nursery

We have set a deadline to receive applications by Monday 13th June. Please download the relevant application form and email it to [email protected] by this date.

If you are planning to move your child from another Staffordshire school for a Y1-Y6 place you must get Section 4 of this application form completed by the Head Teacher of their current school before submitting this to us. If this section is not complete it may delay your application being processed.

Once the deadline has passed we will be ranking applications according to our admissions criteria as set out in our Admissions Policy and offers of places will be emailed to parents by Friday 17th June.

Admission Application Form - Y1 to Y6

Admission Application Form - Nursery

 

Please use the form below to book to attend:

2022/23 Admissions Open Morning

Please complete all fields marked (*)

 What happens next?

After your child is offered a place, you will receive a Zoom meeting invite to meet with your child's new class teacher. The purpose of this will be to meet your child and answer any questions you or they have before they join us in September.

We will also invite your child to attend our 'Transition Day' on Wednesday 29th June to spend the day in their new class with their new teacher before the summer holidays.

VIRTUAL SCHOOL TOUR

 

SCHOOL TOUR

View images from around our school by clicking on the link below

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CHILDREN'S VIDEO

Here's what some of our children think about being a pupil at Veritas