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Key Information

All information is contained within its relevant sections on the website however for your convenience we have provided key information below. 

Contact Details 

Hope School

Hartsbourne Avenue


L25 2RY


For enquiries, please contact: Mrs. H Stewart (School Business Manager) via email,


SENCo: Mrs. H. Gorman :



All admission requests for Hope School must go through the Liverpool SEND department. 


For your convenience we have provided information on admissions for mainstream (LA) settings below.


Please see below the guide to apply for a school place (step 1) and a guide to making an admissions application following registration (step 2) for Liverpool City Council. 


There is also some further information about choosing and applying for a school Reception place for the upcoming academic year. 


Liverpool Admissions – link to Liverpool website

OFSTED visited Hope School in April 2019. 


Hope School were awarded: 


Achievement of Pupils: Outstanding

Quality of Teaching: Outstanding

Behaviour and Safety of Pupils: Outstanding 

Leadership and Management: Outstanding

Overall effectiveness: Outstanding

Exam and Assessment Results


See curriculum tab

Complaint Procedure

Relational Support for Personal Development Policy (Previously known as Behaviour Policy)

Pupil Premium (Deprivation Funding)
PE and Sports Premium 
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Governors Information & Duties
Values and Ethos 

Requests for Paper Copies


All information displayed on Hope School website is available in alternative formats. Please contact Mrs. H Stewart on to make a request. 




Any information the school holds on individual pupils and their families will only be shared with relevant authorities if and when necessary.


Subject Access - Pupils have the right to see their personal information. This must be requested in writing on the contact details above. Pupils and parents also have the right to request access to pupils educational records.


Article 2; The Convention applies to every child without discrimination, whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, language, abilities or other status, whatever they think or say, whatever their family background.