5 reasons to choose The Ursuline Academy, Ilford
1. Academic Excellence
2. Friendly & Supportive Staff
3. Wide range of enrichment
4. Opportunities to learn and develop in a faith community
5. Town centre location with good transport links
For more information about admissions to The Ursuline Academy Ilford, go to:
London Borough of Redbridge website.
Our performance can be viewed at the Gov.uk website.
The admissions procedure is set out very clearly it is vital that you follow these procedures to the letter or you run the risk of not getting a place in the school when you otherwise might have done. For Catholic applicants you do not need a Certificate of Practice from your Parish Priest but we do need a copy of your daughter’s Baptism Certificate attached to a copy of the Catholic Supplementary form – link below. Please return these to the school no later than 31 October.
The school is usually heavily oversubscribed with non-Catholic applicants and these places are offered on distance criteria. Christian applicants need to attach a copy of your daughter’s Baptism certificate along with the Non-Catholic Supplementary form below. All other applicants need a reference from your religious leader again along with the supplementary form – link below. Please return to these to school no later than 31 October.
Please take a moment to go through our Attendance and Punctuality Policy:
We will be recruiting for the Sixth Form in the Autumn Term 2023 for admission in September 2024. Please click here for more information.
The parents of any students refused admission to the Academy will have the right of appeal to an independent appeals panel to be established by the Governors, in accordance with the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
If you wish to appeal, you should request an appeal form and appeal procedure from the Academy by 11th March 2024. You will be sent the appeal form which you need to complete and return by 29th March 2024 together with any supporting documents in order for your appeal to be arranged.
The appeals are scheduled to be heard between May and June 2024.