Admissions

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We are pleased that you are considering Haywood Academy in Burslem for your child’s secondary education. Our school is a popular choice with parents and has become oversubscribed with a waiting list for entry in all year groups.

As a member of the schools co-operative society, we are there to serve the local community and as such, have no entry requirements for admission to Haywood Academy.

The majority of students join us at the beginning of year 7 although students can join at any stage between year 7 and 11.

Parents of students looking to join us at year 7 make an application via their local authority. Admissions for all other year groups that will expand to include years 12 and 13 (Sixth Form) are handled by us as a school application.

Full details of the application process can be found on the Local Authority website:  www.stoke.gov.uk/admissions.

To download our Admissions Policy for 2016/17, click here.

To download our Admissions Policy for 2017/18, click here.

With reference to our admissions policy our current City Learning Trust schools include Clarice Cliff Primary School, Glebe Academy, Haywood Academy, Haywood Sixth Form Academy, Hillside Primary School, Holden Lane Primary School, Mill Hill Primary Academy, Priory CoE Primary, Smallthorne Primary School and Trentham High School.

With reference to our admissions policy our current Partner Primary schools include Mill Hill Primary School, Smallthorne Primary School, Moorpark Junior School and New Ford Primary School.

For more information about admissions contact us on 01782 853535 and ask for the Admissions Officer.

“Without a doubt, my time at Haywood firmly placed me on the path to Oxford. My potential was recognised early on, and I received constant encouragement to strive for the best grades. With their support I achieved a great set of GCSE’s, giving me the confidence I needed to apply to Oxford.” – Jordan Williamson, former Haywood student studying law at Trinity College, Oxford

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  • Strong and trusting relationships consistently create a calm and purposeful working atmosphere.

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  • Students have access to a wide range of exciting resources and learn specific skills through well-paced and sequenced activities.

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  • Behaviour around the school is consistently orderly and students are polite and helpful.

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  • Without a doubt, my time at Haywood firmly placed me on the path to Oxford.

    Jordan Williamson, Trinity College, Oxford