Admissions documentation

Admissions documentation

Thank you for taking an interest in Bellerive FCJ Catholic College. Follow the links for more information and application forms. Please note that Bellerive’s application form must be submitted to the college as well as the LEA form. 

NOTICE OF CONSULTATION FOR A CHANGE TO THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS FOR ENTRY IN SEPTEMBER 2021

Please click on the links below to obtain the Admissions information for consultation (November 2019):

Admissions Arrangements Consultation Notice 18.11.2019

Draft Admissions Policy 2021-2022 for Consultation

Comment is only sought on the removal of the MFL Aptitude criterion and your views can be emailed to: contactus@bellerivefcj.org.  Please put ‘Admissions Consultation’ as the subject.

The period of consultation runs from 18/11/2019 until 29/12/2019.

 

Admissions-Policy-2020

Please apply online to Liverpool City Council.

Admissions-Application-Form-2020

Aptitude-Test-Information-Sheet-Bellerive-2019 (2)

MFL-Aptitude-Test-Application

Charging and Remissions Policy

Appeals for September 2019 Admissions

Parents/carers who wish to lodge an appeal in relation to the September 2019 admissions should do so before the end of March 2019.  In the first instance, you should obtain the appeals form directly from the Liverpool Archdiocesan Centre for Evangelisation, (LACE), Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, L17 1AA.  Appeals are scheduled to be heard week commencing 10th June 2019.

Parents and carers choose to send their girls to this popular and oversubscribed school from all over Liverpool

What do our Parents,Carers and Pupils think about Bellerive?
Kirkland Rowell parent and pupil surveys took place, with over half of all our parents responding.

The following were just some of the things rated outstanding about Bellerive:

  • Developing a pupil’s potential;
  • Caring/approachable attitude of teachers;
  • Happiness of child;
  • Treating all pupils fairly and equally;
  • School discipline/good behaviour;
  • Looking after pupils well;
  • Community spirit;
  • Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development;
  • Understanding and respect for different cultures;
  • Control and prevention of bullying;
  • School security and safety.

All pupils also completed the survey and concur with the findings of the parents’ survey:

The highest standards of outstanding performance as perceived by the pupils are:

  • Happiness
  • Community Spirit
  • School discipline
  • School facilities
  • Availability of resources
  • Promoting racial harmony
  • Control and prevention of bullying
  • School security and safety
  • Caring/approachable attitude of teachers
  • Treating all pupils fairly and equally
  • School discipline/good behaviour
  • Developing self confidence/self esteem
  • Attitude of non-teaching support staff
  • Safeguarding

 

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