School: St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (South Oxhey)
Address: Ainsdale Road South Oxhey Watford Hertfordshire WD19 7DW
Telephone: 0208 428 5371
Age range: 3-11
This is a voluntary aided mixed-sex primary school.
RULE 1. Catholic looked-after children (and previously looked after).
RULE 2. Baptised Catholic children with siblings within the school at the time of admission.
RULE 3. Other baptised Catholic children resident in the Parish of St Joseph’s, Carpenders Park.
RULE 4. Other baptised Catholic children resident in local and neighbouring Parishes.
RULE 5. Other baptised Catholic children.
RULE 6. Other looked after children (and previously looked after).
RULE 7. Children who are catechumens or members of an Eastern Christian Church.
RULE 8. Christian children of other denominations whose parents wish them to have a Catholic education and whose application is supported by their Minister of Religion or baptismal certificate.
RULE 9. Children of other faith communities whose parents wish them to have a Catholic education and whose application is supported by their Minister of Religion.
RULE 10. Any other applicants.
In any of the categories listed above, multiple births and/ or the attendance of a sibling at the school at the time of enrolment will increase priority within each Category.
The Governing Body will give top priority to an application within a category where evidence is provided at the time of application of an exceptional social, medical, pastoral or other need of the child which can be most appropriately met at this school. Compelling written professional evidence from a doctor, social worker or priest must be supplied.
Where the offer of places to all the applicants in any of the sub‐categories listed would still lead to oversubscription, the places up to the admissions number will be offered to those living nearest to the school.
In addition to the online or paper form, please complete a supplementary information form (SIF) for this school. SIFs are available from the school and at www.hertsdirect.org
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