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Tel: 01905 746800

Admission to Bishop Perowne CE College

We work extremely closely with all the local schools that feed into Bishop Perowne.  We take students from a number of other schools and our location, resources and high standards across the board mean that we attract students from an increasingly wide variety of primary settings.

Applying for a place at Bishop Perowne

If you are applying for a place at Bishop Perowne through the primary school transfer process the School Admissions page on Worcestershire County Council's website has a great deal of information as well as all the necessary application forms -

Should you be looking to apply for a place with us during a school year, the appropriate page on the Worcestershire County Council's website is

A copy of Worcestershire County Council's Information for Parents Book on Admissions and Transfers to Schools is available on the website, as well as to view in schools, libraries and at your local Worcestershire Hub.

The book contains full details on the application and allocation process, including the oversubscription admission criteria for each school, and we do advise parents and carers to read this book prior to making an application.

The council's School Admissions department can be contacted by calling 01905 822700 or emailing

Alternatively, you can write to them at:
Children's Services Directorate, PO Box 73, Worcester, WR5 2YA.

Information on primary to secondary school transfer is provided to parents by their child's primary school at the start of their Year 6.

For those who are seeking a place outside of the admission time or in a different year group, the Headteacher, Mrs Price, is always happy to discuss place availability and to offer prospective parents, carers and students a tour of the school. Please contact the Headteacher's PA, Karen Wigley, (01905 746800) or  with queries or to arrange a tour

Timeline of Admissions:
  • Applications open: 01 September 2020
  • Closing Date: 31 October 2020
  • Notification Date: 01 March 2021
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