"Relationships between staff and pupils are very strong and based on mutual respect."
OFSTED Nov 2015
" Pupils feel safe and valued for who they are."
OFSTED Nov 2015
" Staff and pupils are now enjoying the benefits of a high-quality learning environment."
OFSTED Nov 2015
WISDOM • HOPE • COMMUNITY • DIGNITY • EQUALITY
Welcome to St Hilda’s website A Belief in Excellence
Welcome to St Hilda’s website! These pages will give you a flavour of what is happening at St Hilda’s High School
As the only co-educational 11-18 Church of England school in Liverpool, St Hilda’s is unique. Our students and staff make St Hilda’s a special place to learn, supported by a brand new £15 million building. At St Hilda’s we truly believe that people matter most.
We are a community underpinned by our Christian values and principles. Positive, respectful relationships lead to the success we continue to enjoy. Our core purpose is to inspire our students to embrace learning and develop the skills necessary to be successful in a changing world. Aspirations are high. We believe there is no limit to what St Hilda’s students can achieve.
St Hilda’s students have achieved fantastic GCSE and A Level results. Over half of our students gained at least 1 A* or A grade at GCSE. We are above the national average for maths, English Language and English Literature for the top grade 9. A Level results were also a cause for celebration. We have a 99.9% pass rate and our students have been accepted into the top Russell Group universities!
I hope this website gives you a flavour of who we are and our values; educating for wisdom, hope, community, dignity and equality!
Views of our school
PE news 16th October 2017. Results from this week… Badminton Liverpool Schools’ Tournament Congratulations to the year 11 girls who won the Liverpool Schools badminton tournament at Broadgreen International School on Wednesday 11th October. The girls have qualified for the next round at St Helen’s. Team: Deyonce Omar, Martha Charnley-Collins, Nihal Matana, Lisa […]
St Hilda’s is extremely proud to be continuing its involvement with the Cambridge University HE+ scheme. Ten of our year 12 students joined pupils from several school across Merseyside for the launch of this year’s programme, headed by Sandy Mill, Liverpool School Liaison Officer for Cambridge University. The programme proved a great success last year, […]
Sports News 9th October 2017. Results from this week… Netball v Liverpool College Sixth form drew 9-9 Ellie Taylor (player of the match), Megan Lee, Amelia Woods, Veronica Techera, Ella Robinson, Rebecca Humes, Ellie McNee, Emily Buckley. Year 11 won 9-5. Rebecca Murphy, Amy Li, Olivia Hengler, Emily Buckley (player of the match), Heather Rowlandson. […]
Today we celebrated Harvest Festival with a Eucharist service this morning, there was a competition for the house that collected the most food donations, we have had a fantastic number of donated and Wilkinson house (even though the smallest in number of students) won overall! Please see photographs below.