Admissions Overview & Appeals
Admissions to Aureus School
All applications for school places Years 7-11 must be made through the Oxfordshire County Council Admissions Department. To find up to date information on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year, please go to the website: https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/residents/schools/apply-school-place
Aureus School opened in September 2017 and is a part of GLF multi academy trust. The Trust is the admission authority for the school and therefore responsible for determining the admission arrangements for the school each year in accordance with The Schools Admissions Code (December 2014) and any further relevant legislation.
Parents of children born between 1 September 2010 and 31 August 2011 (inclusive) need to apply for a secondary school place for September 2022.
Admissions Policies and Forms
Our PAN (Published Admission Number) for September 2022 is 240.
Key Dates for September 2022 Admissions:
3 September 2021 Applications open
31 October 2021 Closing date for applications
1 March 2022 National offer day
15 March 2022 Last date to respond to offers
6 May 2022 Offer day for late applications made by 15 March
20 May 2022 Last date to respond to offers made on 6 May
September 2022 Start of the school year
For further information about applications and to apply online click here
Please note that admission is organised county wide by the local authority, Oxfordshire County Council (OCC). Parents/Carers are asked to complete an online application form by the deadline set by local authority and are advised on in the March preceding September entry as to whether or not they have been successful with their choice of school.
Please click on the Admissions Policies link below for further information regarding our Admissions Criteria.
If you have any further queries regarding admissions to Aureus School, please email email@example.com
Appealing for a school place
You may appeal for a place at the school you want if you have not been offered a place. Please see the Oxfordshire County Council website for more information.