St. Margaret’s C of E Academy, Aigburth Rd, Liverpool, L17 6AB
St. Hilda’s CE High School, Sefton Park, Croxteth Dr, Liverpool, L17 3AL
The Liverpool Blue Coat School, Church Rd, Liverpool, L15 9EE
For further information on Liverpool Selective Schools Admissions please visit:
St. Margaret’s C of E Academy Admissions: https://www.stmargaretsacademy.com/admissions.php
St. Hilda’s CE High School Admissions: http://www.st-hildas.co.uk/admissions-details/
The Liverpool Blue Coat School Admissions: https://www.bluecoatschoolliverpool.org.uk/our-school/admissions/
11 PLUS FOR PARENTS – LIVERPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOLS, MERSEYSIDE
There are 2 mixed selective schools and 1 boys selective school in Liverpool. All schools set their own 11 plus selection tests.
St. Hilda’s CE High School is a mixed grammar school that allocates 170 places in Year 7.
St. Margaret’s C of E Academy is a boys grammar school that allocates 160 places in Year 7.
The Liverpool Blue Coat School is a mixed grammar school that allocates 180 places in Year 7.
WHEN IS THE 11 PLUS TEST FOR THE LIVERPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOLS, MERSEYSIDE?
The 11 plus exam for Liverpool Grammar Schools is in the month of September.
WHEN DO THE 11 PLUS RESULTS COME OUT FOR THE LIVERPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOLS, MERSEYSIDE?
The results for Liverpool come out in October. This is when parents are most likely to find out if their child has secured a Grammar School place.
WHEN DO PARENTS KNOW FOR SURE IF THEIR CHILD HAS SECURED A GRAMMAR SCHOOL PLACE?
Allocations of school places will be officially declared in March.
WHICH 11+ PRACTICE PAPERS ONLINE TESTS DO WE RECOMMEND?
St. Hilda’s CE High School - the exam consists of mathematics and English. We recommend our Bronze Package. Note: You will have to work on English separately. We can guide you on this.
St. Margaret’s C of E Academy - the exam consists of mathematics and English. We recommend our Bronze Package. Note: You will have to work on English separately. We can guide you on this.
The Liverpool Blue Coat School - the exam consists of mathematics, non-verbal reasoning, English. We recommend our Silver Package. Note: You will have to work on English separately. We can guide you on this.
Liverpool is on the east of the Mersey Estuary. It’s metropolitan area has a population of just under 2.3 million which is the 5th largest in the UK. In 1207 it became a borough and then established itself as a city in 1880. The city developed over the Industrial Revolution due to its major port. It was home to the Cunard and White Star Line. Liverpool is very closely linked with music and the arts. One of the most influential bands in music (The Beatles) were from there. Their popularity still brings in plenty of tourists from around the world.
Liverpool has the second highest number of museums and art galleries in the United Kingdom after London and is the birthplace to many notable celebrities. The Grand National is held at its Aintree Racecourse and hosts the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool. UNESCO granted World Heritage Site status to several areas of the city in 2004.
The list below shows the areas from where the Grammar School students of Liverpool commute from. Note: This is not an exhaustive list.
Anfield, Birkenhead, Bootle, Claughton, Dacre Hill, Devonshire Park, Dingle, Edge Hill, Egerton Park, Everton, Hartley's Village, Kirkdale, Liscard, Litherland, Liverpool, New Brighton, Orrell, Orrell Park, Princes Park, Rock Ferry, Rock Park, Sandhills, Seacombe, Seaforth, Toxteth, Tranmere, Victoria Park, Walton, Walton On The Hill, Warbreck Park, Waterloo Park, Woodhey.