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St Clement's

High School

Admissions

Applications for Year 7 admission to Marshland High School in September 2020 must be submitted to Norfolk County Council by 31st October 2019.  Offers will then be made on 2nd March 2020. 

For full details and to apply visit Norfolk County Council Admission Website.

Norfolk County Council Admissions Website

 

Transferring School - In Year Transfers

Applications from students who are new to the area or are already attending another school in years 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 are co-ordinated by the Norfolk Admissions Team.  Marshland High School are unable to take students directly, all placements are decided by Norfolk County Council.  Once we have received confirmation of a successful admission from the Norfolk Admissions Team, we will then be in contact to complete the enrolment process.

Further information and forms are available at: www.norfolk.gov.uk/admissions

email: admissions@norfolk.gov.uk
Tel: 0344 8008020
To apply online please go to www.admissionsonline.norfolk.gov.uk

Applying for a Place

If you wish to apply for a place at Marshland High School, please click here to download an Application Form. 

Submitting Your Application

You must submit your application form to School Admissions Norwich. Do not send it directly to Marshland as it will not get processed.

Catchment  Area Served by the School

Emneth, Emneth Hungate, Marshland st James, St John's Fen End, Terrington St John, The Smeeth, Tilney St Lawrence (excluding Islington), Walpole Highway, Walpole St Andrew, (Market Lane only as far as Bustards Lane, N.B. part of King John Bank is in Lincolnshire), Walpole St Peter, Walsoken (Norfolk), Walton Highway and West Walton.

Admission Priority

If there are more requests for admissions than places available, the School’s Governing Body will admit children in the following order of priority:

Criterion 1 - Children in public care who are due to transfer.

Criterion 2 - Children who are due to transfer and already live in the area served by the school.

Criterion 3 - Children who have an older brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.

Criterion 4 - Where there are exceptional medical grounds – supported by a doctor’s certificate – which make it clear that it is essential rather than just desirable that the child is admitted to Marshland High School.

Criterion 5 - Any other applications (i.e. those which do not meet any of the above criteria) will be considered by distance (as measured by a straight line) of the child’s home address from Marshland High School.