Admission to Queen Elizabeth’s Academy
We welcome applications for admission to Queen Elizabeth’s Academy from students of all faiths, and none. Whilst the academy is Church of England, it is not obligatory for parents/guardians or the individual students to practise a faith or to worship regularly.
The decision of where to send your son/daughter as they move into secondary education is a very important one, and we aim to support families in making this decision. Together with our website, which contains key information, we open our doors to prospective students and their families at open evenings and events throughout the year, which are advertised on our event page and through social media.
Parents and guardians can also arrange to visit the academy during term-time at a time to suit them to see the academy in action – simply call our main office on 01623 623559 and book a tour.
The application process
Nottinghamshire County Council continues to administer the admissions process for Queen Elizabeth’s Academy and entry is still based upon the admissions criteria.
For full information on how to apply, click here.
The supplementary admissions form is for applicants who wish church commitment to be taken into consideration as part of their application. This form must be completed in addition to the local authority’s application form.
The application process for year 7 opens in August each year, closing in October, with offers made to families in the following March. Any exceptional late applications and changes to preference must be received by the local authority by December.
For the full information on key dates for applications, please click here.
Open evenings at Queen Elizabeth’s Academy are held in June and September each year for prospective students and parents. Dates and times will be advertised on our website and on our social media channels.
You can see our catchment area here.
You can also check if your address falls into our catchment here.