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St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

'For every future, for every child'


Welcome to St Gregory's Catholic Primary School


We understand that when deciding which school is best for your children, there can be a lot of unanswered questions. We aim to provide you with all the information that you may need. If there is anything you require further information about, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team in the school office. 

You must also complete the Kent County Council (or other Council if resident in another county) Reception Common Application Form (SCAF) and either return that to your child's primary school or make an electronic application at: by 15th January 2024.


Please read the Admissions Policy and Procedure which can be found on the school’s website here.


Please also ensure that you have read the school’s Privacy Notice, which can be found on the school’s website here.


Please return this Supplementary Information Form to the Admissions Officer at the school (not Kent County Council).

Email address is:

For Year R entry in September 2024 please return this form to the school no later than 15 January 2024 in order that we may rank your application.


If applicable you must send a copy of your child’s baptismal certificate and/or Other Faith Reference, to the Admissions Officer at the school along with this completed form.


Please note failure to submit a completed Supplementary Information form when applying for a Catholic school place may result in your application not being placed in the correct category and could result in you not receiving an offer of a place.


In Year or Casual Applications


Applications made too late for the Kent co-ordinated system, In-year applications for years R, 1-6 must be made on the IYAF (In Year  Application Form) available here.  This form must be sent to the school’s Admissions Officer with this supplementary information form here.


Please note that if you are not offered a place and submit an appeal, a copy of this form will be submitted to the Appeal Panel.