Thank you for your interest in our wonderful school. We are justifiably proud of St Hilda’s, its students, staff and governors. In 2015 St Hilda’s welcomed boys as well as girls into Year 7 for the first time and the school will become fully co-educational in 2019. The school prospectus is available from reception and the school website.
There are several admissions routes/criteria that parents/carers of prospective pupils may choose to apply under. Full details can be found in the admissions policy. ALL APPLICANTS NEED TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FORM (see below or collect from St Hilda’s reception). We would draw your attention to the information box at the top of our application form which gives important information.
Your local authority website should provide information on preferences (equal preference scheme) and how places are allocated.
If you have any queries, please see our Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
To view key dates for 2020 Admissions, please click here.
To download the Admissions Policy for pupils entering Year 7 in September 2020, please click here.
To download an Application Form (referred to as the Supplementary Information Form) for pupils entering Year 7 in September 2020 (deadline Thursday 31st October 2019), please click here.
Admissions Entrance Examination (deadline for registration was 23rd August 2019, exam took place 21st September – NOW CLOSED).
To view information about St Hilda’s from the local authority website, please click here.
2020 Admissions Appeals
|Monday 2nd March 2020||National Offer Day (decisions sent out by local authority)|
|Monday 30th March 2020||Deadline to lodge written appeal|
|May/June 2020||School presents its case to all appellants
Individual appellants’ cases heard
For the Online School Appeal Form, please click here.
For Admission Appeals Guidance, please click here.
2021 Admissions Policy, please click here.
2021 Application Form – available Thursday 9th July 2020.
In Year Admissions
In Year Admissions (or Transfers) are applications outside the normal round of admissions.
- If your child is currently in a Liverpool school, please speak to their school to start the process.
- In Year Admissions for everyone else (new to the city, transferring from another local authority school, home educating, residing in a neighbouring local authority) are co-ordinated by Liverpool City Council. To visit their website for further information, please click here.
In addition, parents should submit an In Year Admissions Supplementary Information Form direct to St Hilda’s.
To download an In Year Admissions Supplementary Information Form, please click here.
Further information is available in our 2019 admissions policy.
To view our 2019 admissions policy, please click here.