Established 1894, St Hilda’s Church of England High School is a co-educational, bilateral school in Sefton Park, Liverpool. The school recently underwent a £15 million refurbishment. St Hilda’s takes pride in its Christian values and aims to nurture positive, respectful relationships. The school produces above average GCSE results and is above the national average for English. St Hilda’s also has a 99.9% A-Level pass rate, with students being accepted into Russell Group universities. The school’s purpose is to inspire its pupils by helping them develop skills that will serve them well in the changing world.
For an insight into what it’s like to study at St Hilda’s, take a look at the school’s recent student recruitment video:
Address: St Hilda’s Church of England High School, Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17 3AL
Admissions Info: [email protected], 0151 733 2709
School Type: Co-educational, bilateral high school
Number of pupils: 863 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 170 (25 places through academic selection)
Open Day Date: September
Exam Date: September
St Hilda’s High School offers several admissions routes. As a Church of England School, it accepts applications from any part of the Diocese of Liverpool.
St Hilda’s doesn’t have a sibling policy, so each student is considered on an individual basis. In the event of a tie-break, the school gives priority to students that live closest to the school. The school offers the following admission routes:
Before applying for a Year 7 place at St Hilda’s, parents and prospective students are invited to attend the school’s Open Evening, which takes place in September. At the event, there will be an opportunity to meet staff and students, and tour the school.
After visiting St Hilda’s, parents can obtain a registration form directly from the school. The form must be returned before the October closing date. Parents also need to complete a Local Authority Preference form, stating St Hilda’s as a preference.
Late applications will be accepted but handled after those that have been received on time.
The St Hilda’s Church of England High School 11 Plus exam is made up of two papers: verbal reasoning, and non-verbal reasoning. On the day of the tests, there will be a break between the two papers.
In cases where two or more students have equal scores in the exam, preference will be given to those who score highest in the non-verbal reasoning test.
We’d recommend that parents help their child create a study schedule that outlines what needs to be studied and when. Mapping out your child’s 11 Plus preparation ensures that all relevant topics are covered before exam day.
In addition to working from a study schedule, students should use 11 Plus practice exam papers to familiarise themselves with the exam layout. At Exam Papers Plus, we publish 11 Plus practice tests that help students identify the types of questions they may be asked on the day. This type of practical preparation is a great way to boost a student’s confidence in the lead up to the exam.
For students preparing for the St Hilda’s Church of England Year 7 entrance exam, we’d recommend the following resources.
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The information provided about St Hilda’s Church of England High School was believed to be correct at the time of publishing. However, please be aware of future changes. We advise you to contact the school directly if you are unsure of anything. School contact details are provided within the post.
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