“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 A Belief in Excellence
Coronavirus Update – school opening
Please note that the school is open to children of key workers and vulnerable students.
To facilitate this, on Tuesday of each week an email containing a letter and guidance on returning to school is sent to all parents and carers via Parent Pay. The letter includes a link to book the student onto a session to attend school. Places need to be booked on a weekly basis. The deadline to respond is 12 noon on the Thursday of each week.
We will update the website as necessary and pass on details of arrangements for our students when we need to.
Years 10 and 12 have their scheduled days in school and this has been sent to all parents and carers.
Reception is open from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm. Please note that visitors are by appointment only.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
St Hilda’s GCSE Results 2019
Our first reaction is WOW! An incredible set of results for the GCSE class of 2019! Our results are even better than last year’s results. Given the increased challenge and difficulty of the new style GCSEs, we are so proud of our students. Students and staff have clearly worked incredibly hard to secure results like these.
Over 80% of Maths and 90% of English grades were 9-4, 30% above the national average. Almost half of the English GCSEs were at grade 7 or higher. Grades 7-9 in Maths were 10% above the national average! 100% of our separate scientists were awarded grades 9-4, with 90+% achieving a good or a high pass in Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
The results across all subjects was also impressive and we will share those shortly. What all of the results show is the dedication of St Hilda’s staff, teaching and support and our belief in the St Hilda’s family and doing the best for one another.
We are looking forward to welcoming a huge number of Year 11 into Year 12 on September 5th!
Well done to the class of 2019!
St Hilda’s is unique
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!
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