The school has a very close liaison with Hatherley Infant School, but we also admit children from other neighbouring schools. Some new children will already be familiar with St. James' Church of England Junior School but all children who are registered to start in September will be invited along with their parents to an informal meeting during the term before the child is admitted. There will be 3 opportunities to meet the Year 3 class teachers and to visit the child's future classroom. These visit by the children should ensure that the children feel happy with their new surroundings when they come to us in September.
During the course of the year children from Infant Feeder Schools are invited to take part in joint activities so that transition between the two schools is as seamless as possible.
Parents who are moving into the area or who are considering sending their child to the school, are invited to contact the Headteacher to arrange a visit.
Any information that you consider to be of a personal or confidential nature please make an appointment to discuss with the Headteacher.
A copy of our admission form can be downloaded using the link below.
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St James' Church of England Junior School follows Gloucestershire County Councils admissions policy, applications for a school place outside of the normal admissions timetable should be sent to the school in the first instance.
Parents of children, moving into the area, are welcome to make an appointment to visit the school and to discuss admission with the Headteacher.
In-Year Application Form
The links below will take you to the admissions section of Gloucestershire County Council where up to date information is held.
Should you have any queries please contact the school administrator on 01452 520 714 who will be very pleased to help.
Link: Admissions Booklet