Parents applying for places in our Primary School must apply through Wolverhampton Local Authority.
You must compete the Authority’s generic application form known as the Common Application Form (CAF) which is available online via the link below. This form requires you to name five primary schools as your preferred choices. The Royal School must be included as one of your five preferences.
You can email us for information and guidance but the CAF must be completed and submitted directly to the Local Authority. They will then pass your application on to us.
7 November 2019 – Local Authority CAF1 forms (Common Application Form) will be available for entry in September, 2018, for Reception on your own Local Authority website.
17 November 2019 – Open Day for Reception. Please book a time online.
15 January 2020 – Deadline for the submission of the Local Authority form (Common Application Form- CAF) to the appropriate Local Authority for a school place in Reception at Local Authority maintained schools.
Parents must complete and submit to their Local Authority, a Local Authority Application Form (CAF) for a place in Reception. The Royal School must be included as one of the five preferences.
16 April 2020 – Offer letters for places in Reception for September 2018 at The Royal School sent out. Parents must accept the offer of place at The Royal School no later than 29 April (10 school days).
30 April 2020 – Deadline for return of acceptance slips.
30 January 2019 – Deadline for the return of the Local Authority in-year transfer form for September 2017.
17 April – Offer letters for Primary places for September 2018 at The Royal School sent out.
Parents must accept the offer of place at The Royal School no later than 29 April (10 school days).
29 April – Deadline for return of acceptance slips for Primary places to The Royal School.
Applications will be considered after this date, subject to the availability of places.
“The most oversubscribed ‘outstanding’ school in 2019 was The Royal School in Wolverhampton which had 7.94 first-preference applications for every place it offered.”
According to The Telegraph, Secondary School Places, 20 December, 2019