2022 Admissions Now Closed
Bellerive FCJ Catholic College has been educating young women in Liverpool since 1844.
Thank you for taking an interest in Bellerive FCJ Catholic College. Bellerive FCJ Catholic College is a Catholic school rooted in gospel values and we will ensure that the education that your daughter will receive will have Christ at the centre. Our teaching and pastoral care of the pupils are rooted in the FCJ Values.
“Leaders, including governors, do all that they can to ensure that pupils and students are well prepared for their future lives. Pupils feel confident to be themselves because staff foster a positive culture of tolerance and respect.”
Bellerive is a well-respected and successful school with a proven record of academic success. Pupils are taught in a caring, Christian atmosphere.
“Pupils, including students in the sixth form, enjoy coming to Bellerive FCJ Catholic College. They describe it as a happy and safe place to learn”
"Pupils told inspectors that they trust that staff have their best interests at heart. Staff support and care about pupils as individuals. They expect pupils to flourish."
Thank you for taking an interest in Bellerive FCJ Catholic College.
Applications for September 2022 entry to Year 7 closed on 31st October 2021
Thanks to the dedication and commitment of our teachers, and support staff, Bellerive has a strong academic record, and we celebrate every pupil’s achievement
- 92% of students achieved a Grade 4 or better (standard pass) in GCSE English and 83% achieved a Grade 5 or better (strong pass).
- 75% of students achieved a Grade 4 or better in GCSE Maths and 58% of students achieved a Grade 5 or better.
- 75% of students achieved a standard pass or better in both GCSE English and Maths.
- 37% of our students were entered for the English Baccalaureate (English, Maths, Science, a language and a humanities GCSE
"Leaders make sure that pupils and students receive a high-quality, broad and ambitious curriculum across all key stages, including in the sixth form. Classrooms are vibrant places for pupils to learn. Pupils' behaviour in lessons is extremely positive. They are polite and respectful. Pupils are eager and curious. Pupils are resilient if they make mistakes."
We know that the move from primary to secondary school can be a stressful one. We have an experienced pastoral team in Year 7, and they will strive to ensure every student settles as quickly as possible. We have robust arrangements for Transition, we will visit your daughter in her primary school prior to her starting in Year 7. She will also have an opportunity to come to Bellerive on Transition Day. She will meet her new classmates and spend time with her new Form Teacher.
We invite every family to meet their daughter’s form tutor in the first half-term of Year 7 to ensure communication is genuinely a two-way process.