School name: Kirkby High School
School Address: Bracknell Avenue, Liverpool, L32 9PP
Telephone: 0151 477 8710
Headteacher: Rochelle Conefrey
Any enquiries should, in the first instance, be directed to the main office who will direct you to the most appropriate person to handle your query.
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Ethos & Vision
Through sustained and rapid improvement, our school community will continue to grow into a flagship of excellence within the region.
We believe Kirkby as a community deserves a High School of the very highest quality, where Kirkby parents can trust their children will:
- Be cared for in, and part of a calm culture built on mutual respect
- Be encouraged to have the very highest aspirations and given the support to achieve those goals
- Be taught outstanding lessons by dedicated staff
- Develop their creative curiosity and independent thinking skills
- Enjoy a wide range of inspirational experiences, within lessons and during extra curricular activities
- Grow into mature, responsible, thoughtful and successful members of society
Please behaviour policy which includes exclusion arrangements is available to download here: Behaviour Policy
Please click here to view our admissions policy
Our latest results (Provisional data 2018)
- Attainment 8 score: 34.76
- Progress 8 score: -0.79*
- Grade 5+ in English and Maths: 22.32%
- Percentage entering English Baccalaureate: 10%
- Percentage achieving grade 5 or above in English Baccalaureate: 4%
- Percentage achieving grade 4 or above in English Baccalaureate: 6%
- Students who stayed in Education or went in employment after finishing KS4: 96.3% (2017)
School Performance Tables: Please click here to view the performance tables
Other headline figures
- The percentage of students achieving at least a strong pass in English and Maths has increased by 3%
- The percentage of students achieving an English strong pass increased by 3% and maths strong pass increased by 8%
- The average attainment of students entered for EBACC has improved from an E to a D-
- The average attainment of our disadvantaged students has increased
- The percentage of students achieving a standard pass (grade 4) in science has more than doubled.
- The percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5) in science has more than doubled.
- The average attainment of disadvantaged boys is higher than the previous year.
- Attainment 8 score: 36.1
- Progress 8 Score: -0.7
- Grade 5+ in both English and Mathematics: 19%
- Entering English Baccalaureate (EBacc): 8%
- Achieved EBacc: 3%
- Monitoring Visit June 2018
- Report February 2018
- Ofsted Report February 2017
- DfE Performance Tables
- POAP Phase 1
- POAP Phase 2
- POAP Phase 3
Pupil Premium Information for 2018-2019 academic year
Pupil Premium Information for 2017-2018 academic year
Pupil Premium Information for 2016-2017 academic year
Year 7 catch-up premium
- Year 7 English and mathematics Catch-up Premium 2017-18
- Student Catch Up Strategy Document 2017/18
- KHS Year 7 Catch Up Grant Actual Spend 2015-16
- Year 7 Catch up Impact 2016-17
Curriculum and Qualifications
Our curriculum information can be found here.
Information on all KS4 subjects can be found in our options booklet which can be downloaded here: Options Booklet.
SEN coordinator: Jeanette Rigby
Charging and Remissions
Provider Access Policy
Gender Pay Gap Report
The report can be viewed here: Gender Pay Gap Report
Trade Union Facilities Time Report
Please view this report on the Rowan Learning Trust website by clicking here.
Data Protection Officer: Chris Bolton (Email: C.Bolton@hhhs.net Telephone: 01942 204640)
If you require a paper copy of any of the information on this website please contact the main office and they will arrange this for you.