Open Evening Presentation (Links to a presentation on Vimeo.com and opens in a new tab)
2021-22 Prospectus (PDF format and opens in a new tab)
2021-22 Admissions Policy and Supplementary Information Form (PDF format and opens in a new tab)
In Year Admissions form St Cuthbert Mayne (PDF format and opens in a new tab)
2022-23 Admissions Policy and Supplementary Information Form (PDF format and opens in a new tab)
St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Junior School was founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families.
Whenever there are more available, priority will be given to Catholic children in accordance with the oversubscription criteria listed below. The school is conducted by its governing body as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its trust deed and for a voluntary aided school, and seeks at all times to be a witness to Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Staff, governors, parents and pupils know that religious education is at the heart of school life and that the school is committed to the Church’s education mission. Westminster Diocesan Inspection Report
As a Catholic school, we aim to provide a Catholic education for all our pupils. At a Catholic school, Catholic doctrine and practice permeate every aspect of the school’s activity. It is essential that the Catholic character of the school’s education be fully supported by all families in the school. We therefore hope that all parents will give their full, unreserved and positive support for the aims and ethos of the school. This does not affect the right of an applicant who is not Catholic to apply for and be admitted to a place at the school in accordance with the admission arrangements.
The governing body is the admissions authority and has responsibility for admissions to this school. The local authority undertakes the co-ordination of admission arrangements during the normal admission round. The governing body has set its admission number at 60 pupils to be admitted to Year 3 in the school year which begins in September, 2021.
The governing body will, where logistically possible, admit twins and all siblings from multiple births where one of the children is the last child ranked within the school’s Published Admissions Number (“PAN”).