The policy on admissions to our school
St Mary Queen of Martyrs Voluntary Catholic Academy is part of the St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Academy Trust and within the Diocese of Middlesbrough.
As a Voluntary Catholic Academy, the trust we are part of is responsible for admissions. It is guided in that responsibility by the requirements of the law, by advice from the Diocesan Trustees and its duty to the Catholic community and the Common Good.
The school provides a Catholic education for children in the Bransholme and Sutton areas of the city of Hull, with priority being given to baptised Roman Catholic children living in the Hull parishes of St Mary Queen of Martyrs and St Francis of Assisi.
St Mary Queen of Martyrs Voluntary Catholic Academy remains committed to inclusion in its broadest sense. If you feel you need any extra support with your admissions application please feel free to contact the school.
For more information on applying for a primary school place for the first time, please click on the following link:
Hull City Council Admissions Page
Admissions Policy & Application
Find out how to apply for a place at our school.
Click on the links below to view our admissions policy document and application form.
- Admissions policy for a St Cuthberts Primary School for entry in September 2024 25
- SCRCAT Admissions Supplementary Information Form SIF 2024 25 all school
Additional information - Parish boundaries