Choosing the right school for your son or daughter is very important.  At St Paul's we aim to provide the right environment for your child to do the best that is possible.

The school prospectus and admissions criteria can be viewed by clicking on the links on the right of the page.  We use these criteria and arrangements for in year applications for admission to the school.  If you have any queries about visiting the school or admissions, please contact Mrs Belinda Joyce on 01908 669735 or email her here. 

How the Admissions Process Works:

  • All applications for the 2020/21 academic year needed to be made via Milton Keynes Council by 31st October 2019. You can find more information and a link to online admissions here.
  • Milton Keynes Council processes applications between November 2019 and February 2020.
  • Milton Keynes Council supplies us with a list of all families who indicate St Paul's as a preference and we send out our supplementary form.
  • Parents are advised of a place by MK Council on national offer day, 2nd March 2020.
  • During the first week of March we send out a pupil information booklet with a letter confirming the place offered. It is vital that the permission slips in the booklet are signed. You need to add contact information for all those with parental responsibility for your child.  You can add additional contacts for emergencies if necessary. This information needs to be returned to the school as soon as possible. You will also receive a pack containing information about school uniforms, free school meals, All in 1 MK card applications (for buses) and essential school equipment.

Learning Support

Students who have specific language and/or communication needs, that result in a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome and/or Autism, can be considered for a place at the Communication Department. Admission to a Communication Department placement is only through successful Local Authority application and is usually for students who have been supported either in specialist provision during their primary school years or who require more specialist input moving into mainstream secondary schooling.  Students will require an Education, Health and Care Plan.  Parents are encouraged to talk to their primary school/ current school SENDCo and Casework Officer supporting the primary school/ current school and to contact the Special Educational Needs Team at the Local Authority.

You can find out about Learning Support, including St Paul's Local SEN Information Report by clicking here.


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