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Admissions Policy Consultation for 2021-2022

We are currently consulting about proposed changes to our admissions criteria from September 2021.  The consultation period will run from Wednesday 4th December 2019 to Wednesday 29th January 2020.  

The proposed changes are with regard to:

  • The inclusion of ‘children resident within the designated catchment area of Shavington Academy.  Our catchment map can be viewed at’.
  • The inclusion of ‘children attending a school designated as a partner primary school (Shavington Primary School, The Berkeley Academy, Weston Village Primary School, Wistaston Church Lane Academy and Wybunbury Delves C of E Aided Primary School)’.
  • The omission of ‘pupils resident within the designated catchment zone of Weston Village Primary School, Wistaston Church Lane Academy, Wybunbury Delves C of E Aided Primary School, Shavington Primary School and The Berkeley Academy primary schools.’
  • The omission of ‘pupils not resident within the local catchment zone but attending a school designated as a partner school (Weston, Wistaston Church Lane, Wybunbury Delves, Shavington and The Berkeley primary schools) for admissions purposes as out-of-catchment pupils.’
The policy can be viewed by clicking here...... The proposed PAN for academic year 2021/2022 is 170.
Responses to the consultation should be addressed to or sent for the attention of the Headteacher, Miss Emma Morris.
Shavington Academy




Head Teacher Welcome
We are extremely pleased that you are considering Shavington Academy for the next phase of your child’s journey. We are very proud of our Academy and believe that our mission statement ‘Together we enjoy, aspire, create and achieve’ underpins our ethos and our collective drive for all pupils both academically and personally. Here at Shavington, we value the ethical and moral development of our pupils, promoting integrity, kindness, gratitude, respect and tolerance across all elements of Academy life, as well as promoting academic success.

Our Academy has high aspirations for all of our pupils to enable them to achieve their potential and beyond. Pupils achieve well, above the national average for the majority of subjects within the curriculum. We have an exceptional track record of preparing pupils for post 16 study, as well as the workplace and beyond. We pride ourselves on the Academy values that will enable our pupils to become a responsible member of our community, as well as preparing them for the diversity and demands of the modern-day world.

Our expectations and standards within the Academy are consistently high, from the quality of education that pupils enjoy, to the values and behaviour pupils promote and share. Creativity is held in high esteem and we are immensely proud that our pupils thrive across the arts. We believe in fostering pupils’ imaginations, creating opportunities for them to be innovative and original are extremely important when nurturing young minds. We want our pupils to enjoy the time they spend with us, both inside and outside of the classroom. Our extra-curricular opportunities are vast and varied across all aspects of the Academy, as well as opportunities to travel and try new experiences, all of which make the experience with us a rich and rewarding one.

Thank you for visiting our website and should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Warmest Regards,

Miss E Morris

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