St. Helenís Catholic Junior School Academy is situated in the Diocese of
The Governing Body of the school is responsible for determining and
administering the policy relating to the admission of pupils to the
school. It is guided in that responsibility by the requirements of the
law, by the advice of the Diocesan Trustees, and its duty to the school
and the Catholic community.
The admission number for 2017/2018 into year 3 is 92.
The admission arrangements are administered by the Essex County Council.
Parents wishing to apply for a place in the school for their child in
the school year 2017/2018 must complete a Supplementary Information Form
and return the same to the school by 16th December 2016 for admission for
the following September. It should be carefully noted that all
applications must be submitted on that form and all applications will be
considered at the same time.An
Essex County Council application must also be completed. This form will
be available on the council website from 14th November 2016.
Applications for admission will be considered from parents who want a
Catholic Education for their child according to the following criteria:
Looked after children in Catholic families.
Catholics attending St. Helenís Infant School,
whose application is supported by the Parish Priest.
Catholics whose permanent residence is in the
parishes of Brentwood and Warley, Ingatestone or Ongar, whose
application is supported by their Parish Priest.
Catholics from other parishes who cannot attend
another Catholic school nearer their home, whose application is
supported by their Parish Priest.
Other looked after children.
Children who do not fall into the above
Priority in this
criteria (6) will be given to children currently attending St. Helenís
Catholic Infant School, in Brentwood
In any of the above
criteria priority will be given to:
Those who have a brother or sister in the school
at the time of admission will have preference in the category in
which they fall;
Where there are medical grounds supported by a
doctor's certificate, children will have preference in the
categories in which they fall;
the child's home to school, as measured by the shortest safe walking
route, with those living closest being accorded the higher priority.
These forms are in PDF format. Please
download and complete.
Year 2-3 Parent Information
Supplementary Information Form