Admissions

"You actively promote the spiritual development of pupils but also their social, moral and cultural development, so they are able to make a positive contribution to society." Ofsted


Admissions


Parents - five reasons why your child should join us

01
Established Excellence

Woodchurch High School has a tradition of established excellence. This has been recognized by Ofsted:

  • 2016 - Good
  • 2012 - Good
  • 2011 - (Interim Assessment): Outstanding
  • 2009 - Outstanding
  • 2008 - Outstanding
  • 2005 - Outstanding
  • 1999 - Excellent
02
Excellent Facilities

Woodchurch High School provides excellent facilities. Our new building was opened to pupils in September 2010, and officially opened by the Archbishop of York in March 2011. The new £25 million school building boasts the very latest facilities, including a Third Generation pitch.

03
Excellent Examination Results

Woodchurch High School continues to achieve excellent examination results. There are year-on-year improvements in our results, due to high quality teaching and targeted intervention:

  • 2018 - BASICS Students achieving 9-4 (standard pass) English and Maths - 163 - 60.4%
  • 2018 - BASICS Students achieving 9-5 (strong pass) English and Maths - 102 - 37.8%
  • 2017 - BASICS Students achieving 9-4 (standard pass) English and Maths - 166 - 60.6%
  • 2017 - BASICS Students achieving 9-5 (strong pass) English and Maths - 92 - 33.6%
  • 2016 - 70.4% A*- C 54.3%
  • 2015 - 73% A*-C, (60* A*-C including Maths and English)
  • 2014 – 5 A*-C 67% (using the more rigorous assessment criteria/performance measures)
  • 2013 - 5 A*-C = 93%
  • 2012 - 5 A*-C = 92%
  • 2011 - 5 A*-C = 81%
  • 2010 - 5 A*-C = 80%
  • 2009 - 5 A*-C = 60%
  • 2008 - 5 A*-C = 58%
  • 2007 - 5 A*-C = 58%
  • 2006 - 5 A*-C = 54%
  • 2005 - 5 A*-C = 50%
04
Anglican Ethos

Woodchurch High School is an Academy with a Church of England Trust. Woodchurch High School is the only school within the Wirral offering an Anglican ethos that underpins the work of the school. It is this ethos that makes the school distinctive. Schools with a Church of England affiliation on average achieve 12% higher grades than similar schools in the maintained sector.

05
Inclusive School

Woodchurch High School is an Inclusive school. Woodchurch High School is committed to providing the best possible outcomes for all pupils, notwithstanding any physical or medical impairment. Pupils are treated as individuals and the curriculum is personalised to suit. School has received many awards for its inclusive practices.

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