Please read the criteria for Admissions to our school
St Vincent's Voluntary Catholic Academy is part of the St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Academy Trust and within the Dioceses of Middlesbrough.
As a Voluntary Catholic Academy, the Trust we are part of is responsible for admissions. It is guided in that responsibility by the requirements of the law, by advice from the Diocesan Trustees and its duty to the Catholic community and the Common Good.
The school provides a Catholic education for children in the west of Hull, with priority being given to baptised Roman Catholic children living in the Hull parish of St. Vincent de Paul.
The school is of average size, with 200 pupils currently on roll.
The children are between the ages of 4 and 11 years old and are taught in single class year groups from Foundation Stage 2 to Year 6.
The admission number Foundation Stage 2 to Year 6 is 30.
For more information on applying for a primary school place for the first time, please click on the link below:
Find out how to apply for a place at our school.
Click on the link below to view our admissions policy document:
Where there are insufficient places available to meet all parental preferences, priority will be given to applications in the following order:
(First priority in each category will be given to siblings that is, children who will have older brothers or sisters attending the academy in September 2021.)
1. Roman Catholic ‘children looked after’ (in public care) and Roman Catholic children previously ‘looked after’ but ceased to be so because they became adopted or became subject to a residence or special guardianship order immediately following having been looked after.
2. Roman Catholic children whose home address is within the parishes of St Vincent’s de Paul Roman Catholic church.
3. Roman Catholic children of members of academy staff who have been employed at the academy or its predecessor school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the academy is made.
4. Other Roman Catholic children.
5. Other ‘children looked after’ (in public care) and other children previously ‘looked after’ but ceased to be so because they became adopted or became subject to a residence or special guardianship order immediately following having been looked after.
6. Children who are baptised or dedicated members of other Christian Churches as recognised by Churches Together (see note 3)
7. Other children of members of academy staff who have been employed at the academy or its predecessor school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the academy is made.
8. Other children.
Our prospectus will give you a general overview of our school inside a single document. By reading it you should get a good understanding of who we are and what we stand for.
You’ll be able to see a staff list, job titles and roles, and a list of the governing body. You’ll also be able to read our aims and ethos some of our main policy documentation. We’ll emphasise in our prospectus the things that make our school work. Obviously we cannot cover every aspect of school life so to find out more you’ll need to browse through the rest of the website.
The prospectus, however, is a good place to start.