St Aloysius' College for Boys is a voluntary aided boys' catholic secondary school. Voluntary aided schools are schools that are set up by a religious or voluntary body but are maintained by the local authority.
All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). To see the latest report about this school go to www.ofsted.gov.uk
- DfE Code: 206/4651
- Specialism: Maths and computing
- Age range: 11-19
- Number of places available in year 7: 180
- Open mornings: 6, 7, 8 October, 9.15-10.30am
- Open evening: 24 September, 5-8pm
- Test dates: 1, 2, October, 9.00-11.30am. By appointment only. Please see the school’s website for further details.
- Music Auditions: 2 October, 12 noon to 3pm. By appointment only. Please see the school’s website for further details.
- Does the school have a sixth form? Yes
- School start and finish times: 8.35am-3.05pm
- Is the school recognised as a 'Healthy School'?: No
- Accessibility: Fully accessible buildings
- Support for your child at secondary transfer: Primary school visit with Year Head; parent transition evening; Induction Day in July
- Last pupil admitted under distance criterion last year: Does not apply