Applying to come to Broughton Hall Catholic High School
The Governors of Broughton Hall Catholic High School have agreed an admission number of 210 pupils for September 2024. Applications for places will be made strictly according to the Liverpool Authority's co-ordinated admission arrangements and Broughton Hall's Admission Policy.
Further information about secondary school admission process in Liverpool can be obtained by visiting the Council's website www.liverpool.gov.uk/admissions or if you are a Knowsley resident www.knowsley.gov.uk/residents/education-and-schools/apply-for-a-school-place
To apply for a place at Broughton Hall Catholic High School you must complete and return the following forms:
a)    The Preference Form/Common Application Form supplied by Liverpool Children's Services
(or other authorities if you are not a Liverpool Resident)
(to be returned to Liverpool Children's Services)
b)    Broughton Hall Catholic High School's Supplementary Information Form
(to be returned to Broughton Hall Catholic High School)
Admissions Policy and Information Arrangements
Schools' Supplementary and Information
This is the preferred application option. If you have any difficulty filling in this form please contact 0151 541 9454 or email@example.com.
Please ensure you provide proof of address and proof of religion in order for your application to be considered against the priority Faith criteria. These can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or can be delivered in-person to the main school office.
If you are unsuccessful in obtaining a place at Broughton Hall then you do have the right to appeal. Appeal information will be sent to you on National Offer Day by Liverpool Children's Services but you can also obtain further information by visiting Liverpool Archdiocesan website who administer our appeals. email@example.com
In year transfers
This is for pupils wishing to transfer from one secondary school to another during the academic year.
If you wish your child to be considered for a place at Broughton Hall Catholic High School then you first must liaise with her current school to request an in year transfer. Your child's school will then pass this information on to Liverpool City Council Admissions Department who will then contact us. Once a decision has been made the Council will then inform you of the outcome.
If you wish to transfer your daughter from another authority or have just moved into Liverpool then please contact Liverpool City Council Admissions Department on 0151 233 3006 or visit their website www.liverpool.gov.uk/admissions.
Admission to Sixth Form
All applications are dealt with by the school - Please contact Broughton Hall Catholic High School's Sixth Form Office.