Bluecoat Aspley Church of England Academy
The Governing Body of Bluecoat Aspley Academy is working in liaison with The Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham, the Department for Education and Nottingham City Local Authority supports Bluecoat Aspley Academy. Bluecoat Aspley Academy offers secondary education from age 11-18. The Academy is both distinctively Christian and inclusive. It is clear about its Christian ethos whilst welcoming children of other faiths or no faith. The Academy has DfE designated Technology College status and primarily serves families who wish their children to receive education within a Christian framework in which religious education, acts of worship and the spiritual life of the Academy are in accordance with the principles and practice of the Church of England. Families are advised that children are expected to participate in daily acts of worship and to receive a full religious education.
Admission Arrangements 2021-2022
Admissions to Bluecoat Aspley Academy are carried out as part of the home authority’s coordinated admission arrangements. The determined admissions arrangements for Bluecoat Aspley Academy 2021-2022 are available below. For further information on making an application see the ‘How to Apply Page’.
Admission Arrangements 2022-2023
The determined admissions arrangements for Bluecoat Aspley Academy 2022-2023 are available below. Further information on applying, open morning and evening dates for September 2022 admission will be available in due course.
In-Year Admission Arrangements 2020-2021
For In-Year admissions 2020-21, please see the determined admission arrangements below. Applications for In-Year admissions should be made directly to the academy by completing the ‘BAA In-Year Application Form 2020-2021’ below. Completed forms should be returned to the academy either via post or email to ALTfirstname.lastname@example.org For further information on making an In-year application see the ‘How to Apply Page’.
Sixth Form Admissions
For all sixth form admissions, please contact the Sixth Form office on 0115 900 7215.