Upton Hall School FCJ
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|Motto||Age quod agis
"Whatever you do, do well"
|Founders||Faithful Companions of Jesus|
|DfE URN||137929 Tables|
|Students||900 (incl. 220 in sixth form)|
Upton Hall School FCJ is a girls' Roman Catholic grammar school with academy status located in Merseyside, England. It is one of four Catholic schools in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, and was founded as a girls' convent school by Nuns of the Society of the Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ) in 1849, at the invitation of the Bishop of Shrewsbury. The school is located within the Catholic Diocese of Shrewsbury. It was awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted in 2006. The school holds Training School status.
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