Mid Term Admissions

Choosing the correct school is important and in order to help you make the right choices staff are available to provide as much information as possible. Below you will find all the relevant information you need to make your mid term application to S. Peter’s Collegiate School.

Contact Information

Admissions Officer
01902 558600

Mid Term Applications

 If you would like to apply for a mid-term transfer for your son/daughter, you need to contact School Admissions at City of Wolverhampton Council on Tel: 01902 551122 to complete an In-Year Common Application Form [IN-CAF]. Further information can be found on their website:


In Wolverhampton, the SSIAPP [Secondary Social Inclusion Advisory Placement Panel] refer applications to the Governors for consideration and the outcome of their deliberations is relayed back to this panel.

As per our Admissions Arrangements, you are also required you to complete a Supporting Evidence Form [SEF], found below, which should be completed by the family, as well as your faith leader to show the Governors the commitment your family has to their particular faith.

A decision cannot be made by the Governors until both the IN-CAF & SEF have been completed and received.

Governors give careful consideration to all applications they receive, however, once the places have been offered and accepted and the year group is full, any further application to a year group is subject to the same scrutiny as if it had been received at the time appropriate for New Intake entry.

If Governors view that any application, which fully meets the criteria, presents an overwhelming case, defined either by virtue of a family’s commitment to the life, work or witness of their faith or from evidence of particular need of the child recognised by the family and/or their supporters, which could be particularly well met within the caring Christian environment of this Academy, despite the fact that the year group is full, admission is granted. Nevertheless, in the interests of the applicant and students already in the Academy, Governors will also wish to consider the extent to which the child’s curriculum and pastoral needs can be met without undue prejudice to the efficient use of resources.

Parents, of course, have the right of appeal against the decision not to offer a place and a statement is issued annually explaining why all applications made cannot be offered a place. Details of the how to lodge an appeal can be found on the ‘Appeals Process’ tab.

For any further information required, you can contact the Admissions Officer at the Academy on 01902 558600 or by emailing admissions@speters.org.uk

Mrs K Preston


Admissions and Appeals Committee

Application Documents:

Year 7, Year 8 & 9

Year 10 Only

Year 11 Only

Help and Guidance

Mid Term Statement

Supporting Evidence Form

Appeals Process

If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Department at school on 01902 558600 [option 5]

For any further information required, you can contact the Admissions Officer at the Academy on 01902 558600 or by emailing admissions@speters.org.uk