Stretton Church of England Academy is an inclusive school for pupils aged 4-11, built on a strong Christian ethos but welcoming pupils from all faiths or none.
If you would like to arrange a visit to look around the academy please contact the academy office.
Applications are allocated according to our admissions policy which can be downloaded from our policies page here, and which specifies the schools priority area, published admissions number (PAN) and over-subscription criteria.
All applications for school places at Stretton C of E Academy, including in-year admissions, are via the Coventry School Admissions Service. Their contact details are:
If we are unable to offer your child a place at our academy, you have the right of appeal to the Independent Admission Appeals panel. Appeal forms are available from the academy office.
For further information about joining Stretton Church of England Academy please see the following documents on our policies page here.
- Admissions Policy 2018-19
- Admissions Policy 2019-20
- Admissions Appeal hearing dates
CONSULTATION ON ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS TO STRETTON CHURCH OF ENGLAND ACADEMY FOR THE YEAR 2020/21
The Local Governing Body of Stretton Church of England Academy is currently determining proposed admission arrangements for admissions to the academy in September 2020. As determined by the School Admissions Code, we are required to consult on these arrangements, and are inviting comments on the proposed changes. Please see the document below for our Proposed Admissions Policy for 2020/21.
The Local Governing Body is consulting on our admissions policy in line with the statutory requirement to consult on admission arrangements every 7 years. There have been no significant changes proposed to the existing admissions arrangements.
If you wish to comment on the proposed admissions arrangements, please send your response in writing for the attention of Luisa Miller either by post or email to Stretton C of E Academy, Stretton Avenue, Coventry, CV3 3AE, firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments should be received by no later than 9am on 24th January 2019.