St. Julie's Sixth Form

St. Julie's Sixth Form Council 2011-12

Welcome to St. Julie's Sixth Form pages. Thank you for considering our Sixth Form as an option for your future education.

We provide a safe, caring and professional teaching environment and allow students the independence to think for themselves and engage in a number of activities from Christian Action to charity fundraising events.

At St. Julie's our students have the opportunity to develop their learning skills in a range of areas and we fulfil the objective that all our students leave as happy, rounded and forward thinking young adults.

Why Choose St. Julie's?

St. Julie's Sixth Form is increasing in numbers year on year. This is reflected in the number of students who leave with excellent exam results and most students secure a place at University or full-time employment.

Our Collaborative

St. Julie's Sixth Form operates within a collaborative of schools delivering Post 16 courses that includes several local schools.

Contacting Us

For further information about Sixth Form, please contact Mrs A Jones using the numbers at the foot of the page.

Latest Sixth Form News

On The First Day Of Christmas

You might think that the first Saturday morning of the Christmas holidays was a day to lie in!  That was not the case, however, for five wonderful members of St. Julie’s Sixth Form.

Sixth Form Fancy Dress!

The Sixth Form uniform code took a back seat today as students explored their creativity in our annual fancy dress contest.

Christmas Jumper Day

Sixth Form students and staff have today raised £147.32 by wearing Christmas jumpers!

Year 12 Fundraising Project

Year 12 have raised almost £200 this week as part of their Christian Action work.

Blue Skies for Sixth Form in Sunny Madrid

Some of our Sixth Form linguists have escaped a wet weekend in favour of a cultural visit to beautiful Madrid!

Santa Dash 2018

Congratulations to our dashing team of Santas who ran this weekend to raise fund's for the Micah foodbank.

Knowledge is Brewing for BTEC Scientists

The Year 13 BTEC Scientists were invited to visit Chapter Brewing Company in Runcorn to learn about the industrial application of enzymes.

Year 13 French Students Experience Paris

Year 13 French students are having an incredible experience discovering Paris.

St. Julie's Represented at City Service

Following our own St. Julie's Service of Remembrance, two of our 1804 Society students represented us at the City of Liverpool Commemoration Service.

Diamonds By The Dozen

Congratulations to our talented Sixth Form Music students for a flawless set of 12 songs in their assessed performance this week.