Some of our schools in Wrexham are voluntary aided or foundation schools, and they may have more specific admissions policies and extra application forms you will need to complete to apply.

What are voluntary aided schools?

The school (sometimes via a third party i.e. the promoter) holds its own premises, employs the staff and deals with admission arrangements.

What are foundation schools?

Owned either by the governing body or by a charitable foundation. The governing body sets the entrance criteria and there is limited local authority control.

Admissions policies and application forms

Supplementary information form for Church in Wales Voluntary Aided Schools

Primary schools

All Saints' Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School

Bronington Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School

Madras Church in Wales Voluntary Aided Primary School

Minera Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School

St. Mary's Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School, Overton

St. Mary's Church in Wales Voluntary Aided Primary School, Brymbo

St. Mary's Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School, Ruabon

St. Chad's Church in Wales Voluntary Aided School, Hanmer

Secondary schools

The Maelor School, Penley

St. Joseph's Catholic and Anglican High School

All school policies are included in the parent’s guide.