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At All Saints National Academy, we follow Walsall's Local Authority School Admissions. 
Our admission arrangements for 2020/21 can be found below.
To apply to our academy you can do so through the local authority website at

Our lunchtime meals here at the academy are provided by Walsall Council. Our catering team receive the meals from a local school and prepare it onsite for the children to enjoy. 

Below is a copy of our winter menu that starts inNovember and goes through until April 2020.

Families who receive certain benefits may be eligible for free school meals.  Your child is eligible for free school meals if you’re in receipt of one of the following benefits:


  • Universal Credit with an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400.

  • Income Support

  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

  • Support under Part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

  • The guarantee element of Pension Credit

  • Working Tax Credit run-on (paid for the four weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)

  • Child Tax Credit (with no Working Tax Credit) with an annual income of no more than £16,190


Registering for free meals could also raise an extra £1,320 for the school, to fund valuable support such as additional teaching staff, resources or enrichment activities.  Your child does not need to take the meal if you would prefer them not to, but by being registered your school will receive the extra funding that would also benefit your child.


Children who attend reception to year 2 are entitled to a meal free of charge under a government scheme called Universal Infant Free School Meals, but your school still needs you to register to enable them to receive the extra funding.

This additional money is available from central government for every child whose parent is receiving one of the benefits listed above.


If you have any queries regarding this, please contact the academy office for further details.


We believe that the wearing of an academy uniform is essential in promoting the core values of the academy. All children attending the academy, from Reception class upwards are expected to wear our uniform. LOOK SMART BE SMART.


Details of our uniform are as follows:



Academy Tie (worn with shirt only)

Grey Trousers (warmer weather option – grey shorts)

White shirt or White polo 

Purple jumper/sweatshirt with school logo

Dark Socks

Black Sensible Shoes not trainers


Academy Tie (worn with shirt only)

Grey or Black skirt/ Trousers pinafore dress

Purple and white check gingham dress - Summer option

White blouse

Purple cardigan or jumper or sweat shirt with school logo

White or Grey socks

Black Sensible shoes

Sport Uniform - worn to the academy on PE & Swimming Days


Academy hoodie or zoodie

Plain white top (polo or t-shirt)

Plain black joggers or leggings 

Plain purple or black shorts (summer)

Pumps /Trainers

It is a Health and Safety requirement that all long hair is tied up during physical education.


Jewellery and PE


The wearing of jewellery in PE is prohibited for safety reasons. All children are required to remove watches and earrings before taking part.

Jewellery (General)


Jewellery is not permitted. 

Watches are accepted

Ear studs are acceptable but only plain and small in type.

Ear studs must be removed for PE. 



Plain socks 

Black Sensible Shoes 

Fashion shoes (platforms, boots, healies, multicoloured shoes, etc) are not permitted. Trainers or trainer type shoes are also not permitted for everyday use.

Plain sandals worn with socks - (Summer)

The Principal has the discretion to decide the suitability of the footwear.


It is a Health and Safety requirement that all long hair is tied up during physical education.


The education of pupils in online safety is an essential part of All Saints National Academy’s provision. Children and young people need the help and support of the academy to recognise and avoid online risks and build their resilience.

We also recognise that parents need support too in the ever-evolving world of technology. Below, you will find useful links where you can access advice and support. If you have any concerns about your child's safety online, please contact the academy.

Click the images to visit these websites

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