Bilbrook CE Middle School has become a popular choice with parents and students due to the high quality of education it provides and its caring environment.
There are two main times when students are admitted at Bilbrook – Years 5 and 7.
Year 5 is a popular choice for students who have attended local first schools and parents who would like their child to experience high quality specialist teaching from an early age.
Year 7 is popular with students who have attended primary schools and with parents who would like their child to experience Key Stage 3 at Bilbrook and transfer to Codsall Community High School.
Although parents have the right to express a preference for the school that they wish their child to attend, there is no guarantee of a place being offered at their preferred school. It is the County Council’s policy to try and meet parents wishes where possible, however in some cases there may be more applications for a particular school than there are places available.
Admission to oversubscribed community and voluntary controlled schools is determined by the over-subscription criteria given below.
Oversubscription Criteria: If the total number of preferences for admission to a school exceeds the school’s Published Admission Number (PAN), the following order of priority is used to allocate the available places. (N.B., after applying the oversubscription criteria, where an applicant can be offered a place at more than one preferred school then they will be offered a place at the school ranked highest on their application.) The PAN of Bilbrook CE Middle School is 50 per year group.
Applications are through the local authority where you live. If you live in Staffordshire or Wolverhampton you can apply by clicking the appropriate link below.
To arrange a visit so you can see what Bilbrook can offer, contact the school: