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Liverpool College converted to Academy Status in September 2013.  We educate children from 4 – 18 years old and welcome applications from parents both within and outside the Liverpool area.

 

A College of Schools

Pre Prep – Reception to Year 2

Prep – Year 3 to Year 6

Middle School – Year 7 – Year 9

Upper School – Year 10 – Year 11

Sixth Form – Year 12 – Year 13

The school is heavily oversubscribed and admission to year groups other than Reception, Year 7 and Year 12 is rare although we do hold “In Year Application” waiting lists for Years 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9 & 10. 

ADMISSIONS POLICY 2020

You can download the admissions policy for September 2020 entry here

 

ADMISSIONS POLICY 2021

You can download the admissions policy for September 2021 entry here


Local Authority Information

Details about admissions can also be found on Liverpool local authority’s school admission website information pages – please click here.

Information about Liverpool College admissions can be found on the local authority’s admissions information here (primary entry) and here (secondary phase entry). 



RECEPTION ENTRY 2020

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The admissions process is now complete and schools have been allocated.  We will shortly post information here about entry to Reception in 2021. If you have any queries about Reception Admissions 2020 please download the information booklet here

 


Year 7 Entry 2021

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Our normal schedule of Open Events has obviously been affected by the corona virus and school being closed. We were not able to hold the Open Evening scheduled for June 2020 and we do not yet know whether the one scheduled for September 12th will be able to go ahead. Should it not be possible to welcome visitors to our campus we will put together some virtual presentations to give you an overview of the school. With regard to the Banding Test which is provisionally scheduled for 10th October we hope that it will be able to take place but until more guidance is issued we cannot confirm arrangements.  Please keep in touch either by looking at the website or by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and we will post announcements here regularly. This is a frustrating situation for everybody and we appreciate your patience as we strive to ensure the health and safety of pupils and staff.

In the meantime you should complete the Year 7 2021 Supplementary Application Form by 25th September 2020 by clicking the link below:

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/LiverpoolCollegeYear72021/

Information relating to Year 7 2021 Admissions can be downloaded by clicking the following links:

Admission Information Booklet Year 7 2021 

What is the Music Aptitude Test

Please contact us if you have any further questions:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

 


Sixth Form Entry 2020 - All APPLICANTS HAVE BEEN ASKED TO COMPLETE AN INDIVIDUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PRIOR TO RECEIVING A CONDITIONAL OFFER. Please see link beloW:

 https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SixthFormatLiverpoolCollege/

THE HEAD OF SIXTH FORM HAS CONTACTED THOSE WHO HAVE COMPLETED THE QUESTIONNAIRE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THE LIVE VIDEO MEETINGS AND TRANSITION LESSONS WHICH HE IS ARRANGING. 

READ WHYOFSTED RATED OUR SIXTH FORM AS OUTSTANDING IN NOVEMBER 2019

To download the report and the letter from the Principal to parents about the report, please click on the links below:

Ofsted Report for Liverpool College (November 2019)

Letter from the Principal - Ofsted Report Publication

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Your choice of Sixth Form is an important one. There are many options available to well-qualified candidates and you should consider not only which subjects but also which programme and ethos will suit you best.  We are convinced that students are best served by a broad Sixth Form experience. For this reason we expand the classroom to include leadership education, competitive sports, extensive artistic and cultural opportunities, travel and a broad programme of learning activities outside of the academic subjects studied. For further information and advice about subject choices please follow the links on the sixth form page of our website www.liverpoolcollege.org.uk

We welcome applications from external applicants for Sixth Form places at Liverpool College.

From 13th November you will be able to download a Sixth Form Admissions Information Booklet here.

ON LINE applications will open on 13th November and the deadline for applying to Sixth Form 2020 is 28th February 2020. 

All applicants will be offered a course discussion during the Spring Term. The purpose of these course discussions is to help you to decide which combination of subjects will suit you best

Students in Liverpool College's Year 11 will automatically progress to the Sixth Form provided they meet the minimum entry requirements. All internal applicants must complete an on-line options form. Liverpool College year 11 pupils will also be offered a course discussiosubjects will suit you best in terms of your aptitude, interests and higher education and career plans. Offers of places will be conditional upon  entry requirements being achieved. There will also be a Taster Day for all those who receive conditional offers. This will take place after GCSE exams and details will be sent to relevant students.

Due to Covid-19 and school closure the Taster Day could not go ahead but we hope to welcome applicants on Results Day where they will be able to have individual discussions to confirm their subjects.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO APPLY ON LINE for our Sixth Form : Sixth Form Application.

The deadline for applying to Sixth Form 2020 is 28th February 2020. 

Students in Liverpool College's Year 11 will automatically progress to the Sixth Form provided they meet the minimum entry requirements. All internal applicants must return an internal transfer form. Liverpool College year 11 pupils will also be offered a course discussion.

 In Year Applications

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In Year applications are when parents apply for their child to transfer from one school to another in year groups other than Reception, Year 7 and Sixth Form.  

The procedures are as follows:

Years 1,2,3,4,5 & 6 : There are currently no places avaiable in any of these year groups but you can complete a 2019-2020 Waiting List Registration Form so that your child can be added to the waiting list for the current academic year (2019-2020). Each waiting list only lasts for the duration of the academic year. If you wish to add your child to the waiting list for the next academic year (2020-2021) you will need to complete the 2020 - 2021 Waiting List Registratoin Form which can be downloaded here

Years 8, 9 & 10 2018-2019 :  If your child is currently on roll at a Liverpool School you should ask their school to contact Liverpool College to discuss a potential transfer.  It is very rare that there will be a place available and if we are unable to offer a place you will be able to add your child to our waiting list.  If you have recently moved into the city or transport to the child's current school is no longer practical you should make an application at www.liverpoool.gov.uk/admissions  under the In Year Transfers tab.  The Local Authority will coordinate information regarding the in year transfer.

 

 



 

Parents have the right to appeal against an admission authority's decision refusing their child admission to a school under section 94(I)(b) and (2) of the 1998 Act.  If you wish to submit an appeal you should contact Sally Loveridge (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or 0151 724 1611 to request a form. You should submit this form by the stated closing date clearly setting out the reasons for your appeal.  You may include any letters, correspondence, written reports or documents that support your case. Prior to your appeal hearing you will receive a written statement from Liverpool College advising you how the admissions policy was applied in your case, and a general statement explaining the implications for the school of admitting pupils over roll.  At this stage we can confirm that Liverpool College received 1418 applications for the 145 places in Year 7 and 570 applications for 84 places in Reception. If you have any questions about the admission policy or how places are allocated please contact Sally Loveridge and she will be happy to advise you.  The Government also offer advice on their website : https://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions/appealing-a-schools-decision.

APPEALS TIMETABLE 2020 -2021

YEAR 7 - appeal to be submitted by 30th MARCH 2020

Year 7 Appeal Hearings  scheduled to take place week commencing 1st June 2020. Appellants have been updated with the information below:

RECEPTION APPEALS 2020 - UPDATE :

The Department for Education (DfE) have issued emergency guidance which establishes flexible alternative arrangements to enable Admission Appeals to take place safely during the outbreak of Covid-19 using 'remote panels'.
Liverpool College have appointed Clerks Associates to deal with the organisation and clerking of the admission appeals. Clerks Associates are an independent company specialising in school appeals and have trained their clerks and panel members to ensure that the process is managed professionally and efficiently and in line with paragraphs 1.11 and 2.26 of the Admission Appeals Code.
Reception Appeals are due to commence in the week beginning 6th July 2020 and the steps we have put in place are as follows:
1. A short questionnaire will be emailed to all Appellants on 11th June 2020  giving them the opportunity to state their preferred option for their appeal to be heard. The information provided on this form will be used to enable Liverpool College to make suitable arrangements with the clerk of the independent appeal panel for your appeal to be heard. The information you provide will therefore be shared with the clerk in order to facilitate the hearing.
2. Questionnaires should be returned by 16th June 2020.
3. Appellants will be given 14 days’ written notice of the date and time of their appeal
4. If no response is received the Appeal Panel will consider the appeal based on written submissions already received.
5. The Schools Case will be emailed to all Appellant on 19th June 2020 to ensure that there is adequate time for it to be considered and for questions to be answered prior to the appeal hearing.

 

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