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Student Enrichment

The Forums spent a long time discussing how we could add to the student experience at Paulet. We recognise that school isn’t just about qualifications.

We discussed many ideas such as:

  • Starting a school newspaper / blog
  • More involvement in activities such as Young Enterprise, Takeover Day, BBC Schools Report and others
  • Increasing the number of visits even expeditions and challenges
  • More extra-curricular activities & better information on clubs already running.

We recognise that a lot of these things cannot happen without staff giving up their own time to facilitate these things – however we also think they are rewarding for both staff and student alike.

 

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‘Normal age of entry’ Admission for September 2018/19

Paulet High School takes part in Staffordshire County Council's co-ordinated admissions scheme, and all applications are made on the Common Application Form.   Applications can be made online through the Staffordshire Web up until 31 October 2018.  Where the number of applications is greater than the published admission number, applications will be considered against the over-subscription criteria on the school’s Admission Policy.

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  Admission Policy

 

 

Admission to Paulet High School other than at the ‘Normal age of entry’ (In year transfer)

This application form is for completion by parents who have recently moved into Paulet High School’s catchment area or any other parent who can fulfil the admission criteria and wishes to complete an in-year transfer to Paulet High School.

  in-year transfer Form

 

 

 
 

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. It expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. If you have any concerns that a child has been harmed, is at risk of harm, or you receive a disclosure, please contact our designated safeguarding lead Mrs. V. Deer (Deputy Head)

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