St Edmund's is a Roman Catholic primary school provided by the Diocese of Salford and is maintained by Salford City Council as a voluntary aided school.
Admission to the school will be made by the governing body in accordance with the stated preferences it receives, subject to the following set of criteria, which will be used to form a priority order if there are more applications for admission than the school has places available.
What happened last year?
Application and admission numbers from last year can help give you a picture of how difficult it is to get into a school.
- St Edmund's RC Primary School planned to admit 39 pupils to Nursery class.
- St Edmund’s R.C. Primary School planned to admit 45 pupils to Reception class.
- There were 72 applicants that listed St Edmund’s R.C. Primary School as one of their choices.
For ‘In Year’ applications received outside the normal admissions round, if places are available they will be offered to those who apply. If there are places available but more applicants than places, then the published over-subscription criteria will be applied as set out in the Admissions Policy
St Edmund's RC Primary School sets the criteria for entry but uses the Salford Local Autority service to manage the application process. This is inclusive of in-year applications and the appeals process. Applications for admission must be made to the local authority and not directly to the school. To find out more click here.
For further information about the appeals process, please follow the link https://www.salford.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools-admissions/appeals/