Admissions Procedures

The St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Multi-Academy Trust is the admission authority for all the schools within the Trust and is responsible for determining the admissions policy. On behalf of the Trust, the admissions are coordinated by the relevant Local Authority.

All decisions relating to admission applications will be taken by the school’s Local Governing Body.

Admission information can be found on our Trust’s website, the link is

Admission arrangements are co-ordinated by your Local Education Authority. This will either be Leicestershire or Leicester City, depending on where you live. It is important that you complete BOTH the LEA Admission Form AND the Academy’s Supplementary Form when applying for a place. Forms can be downloaded from the links below or if you wish a paper copy can be collected from the school office.

Click on the links below:

Admissions Policy 2020-21

Admissions 21/22- please click here to be taken to the CMAT admissions page

New admissions policy for 22-23 is on the Trust’s website.

Please remember to complete both the Academy’s Supplementary Form and your Local Authority Admission Form

Supplementary Form for 2020-21 admissions

Leicestershire County Council: Admission form

Leicester City Council: Admission form

Parish Boundary 1

Parish Boundary 2


The following documents show the timescales in which admission appeals should be lodged and heard

Schools Admission Appeals Timetable 

Schools Admissions Appeals Timetable – Late Applications 

Schools Admissions Appeals Timetable – Late Appeals 

For more information regarding Appeals please follow the link to Nottingham Diocesan Education Service

Applying for a September 2022 Reception Class at St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy

Detailed guidance on applying for school places is available from the Leicestershire County Council school admissions website. Parents should familiarise themselves with this information. Parents wanting to apply for a place at a Catholic school should also ensure they are familiar with the admissions policy for their preferred school, which is available via the school website. However, the following information may also be helpful to consider:

Catholic schools are established to serve their local Catholic parish communities but applications for places are also welcome from Catholics of other parishes and from all parents and carers, regardless of faith or background, who would like their children to be educated in a Christian environment.

St John Fisher CVA has a published admissions number of 30.

It is not possible to guarantee a place at any school and so parents are encouraged to apply to more than one school. Most local authorities provide for parents to express preferences for at least three schools which parents should place in order of preference. Catholic families are not limited to applying solely to their Catholic parish school. Parents can apply to other local Catholic primary schools if they wish and the inclusion of other Catholic school in your preferences increases the chances of being offered a place at a Catholic school.

St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy - Wigston