St. Matthew's C of E Primary School

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Welcome to our Admissions page -

There are several types of admissions depending on your child's circumstance.

ST MATTHEW'S CE PRIMARY
Duddeston Manor Road,
Birmingham, B7 4JR.
Tel: 0121 359 1602.

Type: Voluntary Controlled Age Range: 4 - 11
Published Admission Number: 30
Number on Roll: 205
DfE No: 330 3016 Ward: Nechells

Types of Admission

  • Please click on the link above.

    You can apply online for a school place. This includes a Reception Class place.

  • The normal intake for school admissions relates to children moving from Primary to Secondary School, starting Reception Class or moving to Year 3 at a Junior School.

    If you wish to apply for a school place after the normal intake in September, or for a place in any other year group, then you must apply using the Birmingham City Council's 'Application for a Change of School' Form.

    Application for a Change of School Form - Available here

    Admission Criteria
    1. Children in care.
    2. Children (siblings) with a brother or sister already at the school and who will still be in attendance at the time the sibling enters the school.
    3. Children whose parents have applied to the school on denominational grounds;
    a) Anybody whose parent/guardian regularly attends the local Church of England Parish Church. We define regular as meaning once a month for a twelve month period and this will be confirmed by a letter from the local minister.
    b) Anybody whose parent/guardian regularly attends any other Church of England Church. We define regular as meaning once a month for a twelve month period and this will be confirmed by a letter from the local minister.
    c) Anybody whose parent/guardian regularly attends any other Christian denomination (defined as a Church who are members of Churches together in England or the Evangelical Alliance). We define regular as meaning once a month for a twelve month period and this will be confirmed by a letter from the local minister.
    4. Children who live nearest the school.