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Sacred Heart is a Catholic school serving the Catholic community of Ware and surrounding villages. We welcome applications from all faiths as well as none, which ensures we remain a dynamic and vibrant community.
Our school is an academy, which means the Local Governing Board have responsibility for admissions to the school. In order to apply for a place in our Reception class, you will need to complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) in addition to the standard application form from Hertfordshire County Council. You can download the Supplementary Information form below, and once completed, should be returned to the school office by the closing date of application in the academic year prior to the child starting Reception.
Starting Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School
Frequently asked questions
Does my child have to be Catholic to attend Sacred Heart?
Although we are a Catholic school and Catholic children are given priority in applications, we accept children of all faiths and none.
If you want your child to attend Sacred Heart we recommend that you put our school as number one priority on the Hertfordshire Admissions.
Do you have a Breakfast Club?
Our Breakfast Club is run by the school.
It runs from 7.50 am to 8.45 am
Places have to be pre booked.
Do you have an after school club?
Our after school provision is run by Little Blue Van who also have a nursery in Great Amwell. The club is run on our school site.
Sessions start at 3.15 and can run until 6.00pm
What are the academic results at Sacred Heart?
Our end of Key Stage results are higher than the national average.
All information can be found on the school website.
How many children are in a class?
30 pupils per class.
How many classes are there per year group?
How long has the headteacher been in post?
What provision is there for pupils with SEND?
We are an inclusive school.
Our SENCO works two days a week. Each child‘s needs are met on an individual basis.
Al information can be found on the school website.
Does the school teach other faiths?
Catholic schools are obliged to follow guidance from the Catholic Bishops' Conference which states that Religious Education must provide pupils with a basis of knowledge and theological understanding of the Catholic faith and an awareness of the faith and traditions of other religions in order to respect and understand them.
Our children also visit other places of worship.