Welcome to The Belvedere Academy
The Belvedere School has been part of Liverpool’s educational landscape for over 130 years.
During that time it has built a well-deserved reputation for excellence in the education of young women.
In 2007 it transferred to academy status becoming The Belvedere Academy, a state funded 11 to 19 school which admits girls of all abilities from across the region.
In so doing, the school had grown in size and in the range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities it offers to its pupils. However, what has remained the same is the essential ethos of the school as a place where young women engage positively with learning, are encouraged to be ambitious and to strive for excellence in all areas whilst developing into enthusiastic and skilled young citizens of the modern world. Our pupils are supported through their educational journey and beyond; encouraged to always do their best and equipped with the skills and self-confidence required to manage life’s ups and downs.
Belvedere’s unique membership of the Girls Day School Trust ensures that pupils and staff benefit from operating within a nationwide family of schools committed to the education of young women and to preparing them to have positive and meaningful adult lives in the ever-changing modern world. Collaboration between our schools broadens our pupils’ knowledge and experiences.
It is my privilege to lead The Belvedere Academy as it continues to grow. Pupils who attend this school can be assured that they will quickly feel part of a supportive community; in addition they will be stretched both in their academic work and in their extra-curricular experiences. Ultimately, they will develop into skilled young people ready to accept the challenges of the twenty-first century.