For September 2022 entry into Year 7
The Laurus Trust is the Admissions Authority for Laurus Cheadle Hulme. The co-ordination and administration of student admissions for entry is undertaken by the Local Authority.
Applications are made using the Local Authority form for the area in which you reside. If your child was born between 1st September 2010 and 31st August 2011 you should apply for a secondary school place for the school year beginning September 2022 by 31st October 2021. If you live in Stockport you must apply using the online system. Please click here to access the online admissions form and for information about late applications.
Laurus Cheadle Hulme does not have a catchment area. If a tie-break is required to determine which child gets a place then those living closest to the school will have priority. See the FAQs below for further information.
While Cheadle Hulme High School and Laurus Cheadle Hulme are both part of the Laurus Trust, you must name each school in your list of preferences if you are interested in a place at either school.
Offers will be made on 1st March 2022 by the Local Authority.
In year admissions are also co-ordinated by the Local Authority. For more information please click on this link.
What is the difference between a Free School and a Local Authority School?
Free Schools are academies and are funded directly from central government rather than via the Local Authority.
How do I apply?
Applications for a September 2022 Year 7 place should be made using the Local Authority’s online admission form. The closing date is 31st October 2021.
How do the admissions criteria work?
The school has 210 Year 7 places. If more than 210 applications are received, priority will be given to children in accordance with the oversubscription criteria which can be found in the Admissions Policy below. If a tie-break is necessary to determine which children are admitted then children living nearest to the school will be given priority. Laurus Cheadle Hulme does not have a catchment area.
For places in Year 7 in September 2021, students had to live within 1.008 miles of the school as denoted on the map above. This is for information only and is no guarantee of a place. There is also no guarantee that the demand for September 2022 places will be the same.
How will I be told if my application is successful?
You will be informed by email in March 2022 and by letter two to three days later.
What happens if my application is unsuccessful?
All parents have a statutory right of appeal to an Independent Appeal Panel. For more information please see the Admissions Policy below.
Do you have a waiting list?
Yes, and it will be open to any parent to ask for his or her child’s name to be placed on the waiting list, following an unsuccessful application. Vacant places will be allocated to children on the waiting list in accordance with the oversubscription criteria in the Admissions Policy below.