Admissions to Year 7 from Primary school
Sefton Local Authority coordinates school admissions on behalf of all schools in Sefton. As an Academy, Chesterfield High School is its own admission authority and determines its own admission criteria, however, the school has commissioned Sefton Local Authority to administer and apply its admission criteria on behalf of the Governors for admission to Chesterfield High School.
Admissions for September 2020
For full details of the admissions criteria and the process for application please visit the Sefton Council website:
You can also telephone the Admissions Department directly on 0151 934 3590.
Parents / Carers are invited to contact school directly at any time for further information and/or to arrange a visit. They should telephone Mrs P Allen at school if they would like to discuss any aspect of admission to Year 7.
Admissions to other year groups and to Year 7 once the academic year has begun
Parents should contact Mr P Lindley at school in the first instance.
All those applying for admission outside the normal admission round will be considered in accordance with the same criteria as those applying for entry at the usual time.
Chesterfield High School is the Admissions Authority for Chesterfield High School. It is responsible for allocating places at the school in accordance with the published admission arrangements. These arrangements are established in accordance with the School Admissions Code 2014 and Annex 1 of the Academy’s Supplemental Funding Agreement.
The Published Admission Number (PAN) (this is the number of pupils the school will admit up to, if sufficient applications are received) for Year 7 and the operational numbers for Years 8-11 are as follows:
- Year 7 241
- Year 8 229
- Year 9 221
- Year 10 205
- Year 11 194
There is a right of appeal when an application is refused.
The oversubscription criteria applied by Chesterfield High School may be found in the Sefton Council document named above.
Sefton Local Authority handles admissions on behalf of Chesterfield High School. Information regarding the appeals process is available on the following Sefton website:
In-Year Fair Access Protocols
The Governing Body will admit a child to Chesterfield High School where it is requested by Sefton Local Authority under Fair Access Arrangements, even when admitting such a child would exceed the normal admission number.
There must be a minimum of 12 months between repeat applications unless there has been a significant change in circumstances.