My son passed Anselm's and 11+ and we have a dilemma.
We want him to go to Anselm's as his older brother goes there but we fall in catagory 3 criteria (Non-Catholic boys whose parents wish them to have a Catholic education.) It doesn't mention about having siblings in the school. I know nearly 200 passed the exam and am sure quite a few took the exam as a back-up but there are only 135 places available.
I don't want to put Anselm's as first choice and Calday as second and not get into either due to over subscription.
Does anyboy know whether they take siblings into account when deciding on places.
Hi Taunton, take a look at this link from St. Anselm's, to see if it clarifies things.http://www.st-anselms.com/180/admissions-201314