Admissions Policy

Bank View High School
177 Long Lane
Liverpool
L9 6AD

Headteacher: Ms Juliette Gelling
Admission number for September 2015: 25
Admission number for September 2016: 20                                                                 Total pupils on roll 2015-2016: 157                                                                                       Total pupils on roll 2016-2017: 153

Admissions Statement

Pupils can be admitted to Bank View High School if they have an education and health care plan and a diagnosis of ASD and/or complex learning difficulties.

Admission to the sixth form will be based upon individual merit and it is intended to provide for the most vulnerable students who would have a genuine difficulty accessing a college placement. This is an additional one, two or three year placement where appropriate in Years 12 – 14.

Informal visits by Pupils/Parents/Guardians can be made by ringing the school directly. There were 20 places allocated in September 2016.

Thank you

Juliette Gelling
Head teacher

Prospective parents should seek advice from: Liverpool’s SEN department 0151 225 6244/ 225 6278

For more information on applying to Bank View High school please see the useful links below.

Admissions policy Reviewed: 28/1/2016

Next review: 28/1/2019

The School Admissions pages can be found on the Liverpool City Council website. Click the link to visit the School Admissions page, and then click on “Other applications” to see more details about arrangements for Special Needs students

http://liverpool.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/school-admissions

Liverpool City Council Secondary School Admissions Section 10 http://liverpool.gov.uk/media/405611/secondary-admissions-2016-17-web-version.pdf 

Please see the below link for a simple step by step guide to guide through the process of admissions at Bank View. This plan will help advise you in the best way to getting your child registered at Bank View. Whether you already have included our school in your child’s Education Healthcare plan (EHCP), or whether you are concerned that your current school is not meeting your child’s needs and are considering other options.

See our Admissions Flow Chart