Admissions 

Admissions

This admissions policy has been formally adopted by the governing body of St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Gateshead. The governing body is the Admissions Authority and is responsible for determining the school’s admissions arrangements. 

The Published Admission Number (PAN) for the school is 30. 

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School serves the parish of St Anne, Gateshead. 

How and when to apply

Applications must be made on the Gateshead Council’s common application form (CAF). All forms must be returned by the closing date set by Gateshead Council. Visits to school are welcome and encouraged. Please contact us on 01914334053 to arrange a visit or obtain further information. 

In Year Transfer

Should you wish to apply for a place as an in-year transfer, please see the following information where you can download an In Year Transfer Application Form:

Admission Arrangements

2021 / 22 Arrangements

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Admission Policy 2021-22 

2022 / 23 Arrangements

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Admission Policy 2022-23 

2023 / 24 Arrangements

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Admission Policy 2023-24 

2024 / 25 Arrangements

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Admission Policy 2024-25. 

Admission Arrangements for 2024/25 Consultation:

Please note, this policy now contains a link to the parish boundary map. The consultation will run from 5 December 2022 to 27 January 2023. A consultation response form is available by request from the school.The local governing committee (on behalf of the admissions authority) will consider all comments received before they determine the arrangements for 2024-25.

Important Dates for September 2023 Admissions

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