Discover life at Saint Gregory’s
Thank you for your interest in Saint Gregory’s, Bath.
Prospective students and their families are very welcome to contact us to arrange a visit and meet with key members of our team to discuss your journey to Saint Gregory’s. We’re always happy to offer advice and information on making applications and invite parents and carers to contact our team via the details below for further assistance. The links below will take you to our online interactive prospectuses for school and sixth form, providing a wealth of resources, information and video introductions to help you in your decision.
Visits and Open Days
To arrange a visit, please contact the school office by email or telephone 01225 832873. Information about forthcoming open days will be published here. These usually take place in Term 6 and Term 1.
Join us at our Open Events this Autumn
School Open Mornings
Tuesday 26 September, 9.15am – 10.45am
Wednesday 27 September, 9.15am – 10.45am
School Open Evening
Thursday 28 September, 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Sixth Form Open Evening
Tuesday 3 October, 6.00pm – 8.30pm
For information about admissions to St Gregory’s Years 7-11, please contact our Admissions Officer, Mrs H Quinn, on 01225 832873.
All applications must be made to your local authority by 31st October. In addition, please complete the Supplementary Form and submit by 31st October.
All in-year applications must be made to our Admissions Officer at email@example.com
For Year 12 applications
Internal students can apply online here
External students can apply online here
Sixth Form Bursary Funds
For applications to any other year group
Please submit an ‘in-year application form’ directly to the school reception.
In-Year Application Form
Information about the appeals process can be found at B&NES Admissions & Appeals – How Appeals Work
Admissions Arrangements Consultation 2024-2025
Following a public consultation, the Governing Body of St Gregory’s Catholic College have determined their admission arrangements for the 2024-2025 school year. The arrangements can be viewed here.
Click here for the Admissions Arrangements Consultation 2024-2025 letter.
These arrangements include the following amendments:
– Children with a sibling at the school from wherever they live (not from just within the school’s designated area) at the time of enrolment (rather than at application and admission) will receive priority (after those attending a named partner primary school) within each criteria category, rather than being in just an individual criterion category (see ii) on page 2).
The school’s designated area consists of 19 Catholic parishes (see Note 12 on page 7 & 8) including all of (rather than just parts of) Our Lady Queen of Apostles, Cheddar and St Michael, Shepton Mallet parishes, but will no longer include St Augustine of Canterbury Parish, Downend.
– Parents wishing to apply for a place outside of the normal admissions round, must complete the new In-Year application form at the end of the Admission Arrangements (see In-Year Applications on page 4).
– A waiting list of those still seeking a place will be maintained until the end of the school year, rather than until 31 December (see Waiting Lists on page 4).
– Children of other (non-Christian) faiths will receive equal ranking with children from other Christian denominations (see criterion category 7 on page 2) and that ‘Other children living within the designated area’ will no longer receive priority before ‘Any other children’ (see criterion category 9 on page 2).
Individual Maps of Parishes can be accessed by clicking the links below. Please be aware that these are large files and make take some time to load.
The links below will take you to our online prospectuses for school and sixth form, providing a wealth of resources, information and video introductions to help you in your decision.