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

St. Julie - on the move

With Year 11 Mock GCSE Exams starting this week, some of last year's Year 11 students carried our statue of St. Julie from the Chapel to the Sports Hall.   

Farewell to 2019 - The Year of the Saint

2019 – the Year of the Saint is at an end!   So, after an action-packed year the Year of the Saint flag was lowered.

Deck The Halls!

On the first day of the Christmas holidays, some Sixth Formers headed out early to decorate St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Woolton.

Alien Escape!

We had some very unusual characters in our corridors today as students celebrated the Sixth Form annual fancy dress competition!

Christmas Jumper Day!

Our Sixth Form have led the way on festive cheer, sweeping us into the last week of term with Christmas Jumper Day!

Tourism Applied Diploma Sixth Formers visit Chester Zoo!

As a part of their studies into the tourism industry for the A Level Equivalent Applied Diploma in Tourism, Year 12 and 13 students visited Chester Zoo.

Cambridge on the Horizon

Some of our most gifted Sixth Form students have been to Liverpool John Moore University for the launch of HE+, a programme led by Cambridge University.

1804 Lead on Children In Need!

Members of our 1804 Society have been leading fundraising efforts for the Children In Need campaign today.

Drama Students Explore Remembrance

Year 12 drama students supported today’s remembrance services by performing a moving piece based on the soldiers of war.

Students Meet Holocaust Survivor

Two Sixth Form Students who are visiting Auschwitz this week have been able to contextualise their experience by meeting a Holocaust survivor.