Admissions Information Talks for September 2023 Entry

Talks will be held for families with children in Year 6 at our partner primary schools (all meetings at 6.30pm).

Our Lady & St Huberts and St Wulstan's - Monday 12th September;
St Michael and St John - Tuesday 13th September;
St Charles - Monday 19th September;
St Mary's Langho - Tuesday 20th September;
St John's Padiham - Tuesday 27th September.

St Mary's Osbaldeston, St Mary's Sabden, St Joseph's and Thorneyholme schools have a joint event held at St Augustine's on Monday 26th September (6.30pm). 

Our Open Evening will take place on Thursday 6th October, with the Headteacher's talk at 6.30pm and school open for families to look around until 8.30pm.

Individual tours will not be available other than for children with an EHCP or SEND need recommended by primary school.

 

School Prospectus

 

Look around our Departments

 

Admission to St Augustine's RCHS

 

Admission arrangements for pupils due to start in September 2023

Determined admissions arrangements for September 2024 applicants

All families are asked to complete the Supplementary Faith Form. If you wish your child to be considered as Roman Catholic under the admissions criteria, evidence (Baptismal Certificate or Certificate of Reception into the Catholic Church) must be provided along with this form. The completed form should be emailed (along with copies/photographs of any certificates) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 31st October 2022. 

Supplementary Faith Form

You must apply for a place based on your home address, not the location of the school.

Link to Lancashire School Admissions

Link to Blackburn with Darwen School Admissions

School Places and Appeals

Families who are not successful in securing their chosen secondary school for their child, when notified in March, can opt to be included on a waiting list for Year 7 only which is maintained up to and including 31st December of the year of secondary school admission and /or begin the appeals process. 

To apply for a place for current Years 7-11, families are asked to complete an in-year admission form (link) and return this to school alongside a copy of the pupil’s baptism certificate if the pupil is to be considered as Roman Catholic.

Where the school is below the Pupil Admission Number for a particular year group, a place can be offered.

Where the school is on or above the Pupil Admission Number, legally a place cannot be offered and families may choose to begin the appeal process. More information about this process can be found here.

School Appeals

The Lancashire County Council Appeals Team administers appeals for Academies, Foundation, Voluntary Aided (faith schools), Free Schools, Community Schools and Voluntary Controlled Schools across Lancashire.  (St Augustine’s is a Voluntary Aided School.) The team organises the independent admission appeal panels and co-ordinates the appeals process in accordance with the School Admissions Appeals Code.

To appeal for a place at St Augustine's please complete the online form. 

A copy of your form will be sent to school and a copy will also be sent to the email address you have included on your form for your own records. 

 If you are unable to fill in an Admissions Appeal form yourself due to a Disability or any Language Barrier you feel may compromise your submission then help is available from the Customer Service Centre who will be able to assist you in filling out the relevant form.

The contact number for the Customer Service Centre is 0300 123 6707.

Please note that both the Contact Centre staff and the School staff are unable to advise you of your submission and the Contact Centre staff are only able to fill the form out on your behalf.