If your child is due to start primary, infant or junior school in 2018 you can appeal between 16 April and 16 May 2018 to guarantee that your appeal will be heard by 18 July 2018. For applications made in the normal admission round, appeals must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals.  For late applications, appeals should be heard within 40 school days from the deadline for lodging appeals where possible, or within 21 school days of the appeals being lodged.

The Academy will acknowledge an appeal within seven working days of it being lodged.

Appeals relating to other admissions can be made at any time.

Thank you for expressing an interest in our school, if you wish to visit us please use the contact details below:

Contact for Enquiries: Mrs S Mansfield
Phone: 01227 710477
Email: sturry@stouracademytrust.org.uk 

Apply for a place

Admissions Policy

To apply for a place at our school, you must apply through Kent County Council using the link below:

Admissions Kent County Council Primary School Places

Once you have received an offer and accepted it, you need to complete our School Admission Form where you will give us more information about you and your child.

You can download the School Admission Form below:

School Admission Form

By completing and signing the School Admission Form, you are confirming that you have read the following pages and have accepted the policies that can be found on the New admissions - Information for Parents page:

New admissions - Information for Parents


Kent Test

The school fully supports parents who wish for their children to take the Kent Test.  Our successful approach and support materials have led to a consistently high percentage of children gaining a place at Grammar School.

The school runs a parent information evening each year for year 5 parents.  Although the school is always willing to advise and discuss the Kent test; it is the parent’s responsibility to register children for the test.

Click here for an information booklet

Kent Test Presentation for Parents

Kent Test link

The school uses the BOFA software to assist children and prepare them for the Kent Test.  A separate licence is purchased by the school to support parents with home revision.

Parents who wish for their children to enter the Kent Test will be given a log in and password to enable them to access the resources.  This will be during year 5.