Pupil Admissions 2019

Admissions for 2019

Admissions for 2019 are submitted electronically through the Liverpool City Council website

Additional information, including the St. Julie's Application Form, can be found using the links in the menu above.

In the interim, you might like to encourage your daughter to explore the ‘Welcome to your new school’ section of our website which will help her to feel ready to join us!

For reference with respect to 2015 admissions, the previous admissions arrangements can be found here.

What's been happening lately at St. Julie's:

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Performing Arts Workshop
Feb 23, 2018

This week dancers from Years 9 to 11 took part in a workshop led by MD Productions.

The workshop was based on Emancipation of Expressionism which is one of the professional works that the students study as part of their course. 

A wonderful evening was had by all!

1804 Society Select Hymns Old and New
Feb 23, 2018

Friday 2nd February was an important anniversary for all those connected with St Julie’s Catholic High School. Our chaplain, Mr Anderson, along with Sister Margaret SND and members of the 1804 Society, led staff and students in a special gathering of First Friday’s Hymns Old and New to celebrate the founding of the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1804.

Head girl, Megan Lester, introduced the hymns which had been chosen by the 1804 Society: How Great Thou Art and Be Still for the Presence of the Lord, before speaking about the meaning behind the hymns and how they inspired in her a memory of making the acquaintance of a joyous elderly lady while in Lourdes, a lady whose unfaltering faith guided her through any difficulties in life.

The singing brought together all those drawn to the music: those present and those who came out of rooms and hung over banisters to enjoy the celebration: it was a wonderful way to not only celebrate the enduring legacy of the Sisters of Notre Dame, but also an uplifting start to February for all involved.

Apply For Student Finance Now!
Feb 22, 2018

Find out what you can get and apply for student finance on SFE’s Student Finance Zone.

1, 2, 3...go! Follow these three easy steps to make sure you get your money in time for the start of your course.

You don’t need a confirmed place at uni or college. Apply for student finance now!

Find out what you can get and apply for student finance on SFE’s Student Finance Zone. Just click the image to find out more.

Free School Meal Applications
Feb 21, 2018

Is your child eligible for a free school meal allowance? If you’re not sure it’s easy to find out using Liverpool City Council’s online application tool.

It’s worth your time finding out. The Department for Work and Pensions estimate that over £13 billion worth of entitlements go unclaimed in Britain each year, and for free school meals it’s not as complicated as it used to be to apply.

How does it work in practice?

Once your application is approved, eligibility for free school meals is recorded by the school office. It doesn’t appear on class registers, reports to parents or any information made available to students.

Once the record is made by the office staff, the cashless catering system automatically credits a daily allowance to your daughter’s catering account which she can use to buy her meal at lunchtime. St. Julie’s also credit an allowance for breakfast too, and service starts in our Dining Room from 8am. Nothing in the dining room or on the till will display your daughter’s entitlement. If you want to add further credit yourself to your daughter’s account using ParentPay then you can feel absolutely free to continue to do so.

The application tool for parents living in the Liverpool City Council area can be found here:


For parents in the Knowsley area, the paper based application form can be found here:


Presenting at HE+
Feb 20, 2018

Over the last few months, some of our most talented and able Year 12 students have been meeting with other Sixth Formers from across the city in a project called HE+.  This project is about preparing students for life at university and at raising aspiration. 

Students from each institution had been separated and put into groups so they had to demonstrate resilience and the ability to co-operate with others.  Each group decided on a topic for research and then had to work together to devise a 10 minute exploration of that topic.  Topics included aspects of medicine, mathematics, science, literature, psychology and criminology!

The culmination of the first part of the project was an event held at Edge Hill University on the evening of 8th February when groups delivered their presentations.  It was a superb and challenging event and our students: Emily, Leah, Lizzy, Katherine, Amber and Emily acquitted themselves extremely well, receiving fulsome praise from the audience.

One forthcoming aspect of the HE+ project is a residential event at Cambridge University and we look forward to our students participating.

Safer Internet Day 2018
Feb 6, 2018

Students this week are getting involved with Safer Internet Day 2018 which focuses on the theme of digital wellbeing and relationships and is designed to empower young people to take control of their digital wellbeing and explore the opportunities the internet has to offer in a positive way.

Activities taking place across the school have been designed to encourage pupils to work together to be positive, safe and respectful whilst online and have included form class assemblies across all years and an Internet Safety focus in Key Stage 3 Computer Science lessons.

Bus Industrial Action
Oct 16, 2017

We would to advise all parents and students that St. Julie's will remain fully open during the planned bus strikes scheduled for October.

As things stand today services operated by Arriva will not run on Thursday 19th October, and for further strikes on 23rd October (during half term) and 30th October services operated by Stagecoach will not run either.

The most up to date information can be found on the Merseytravel web site.

Much Woolton CP Open Day: 19.10.17
Sep 19, 2017

Our neighbours over at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School have asked us share details of their forthcoming Open Day on the 19th October.

There will be two sessions on the day, between 2pm and 3pm and then between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. A short presentation will take place in the hall at the start of each session. All children and parents interested in joining the school are cordially invited.


Across The Ocean
Feb 17, 2017

Well, St. Julie’s has done it again!  It’s another first, we believe, in the worldwide community of Notre Dame Schools.

On Thursday, 16th February, the inaugural Across the Ocean service took place joining students and staff from the Academy of Notre Dame, Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, USA with two hundred students and staff of St. Julie’s.  This event had been postponed from last week when the Academy of Notre Dame was closed due to snow in Massachusetts but it didn’t put us off. 

The two schools collaborated to celebrate our shared Notre Dame heritage and, of course, our patron saint.  There were greetings, a poem, a dance, prayers, video diaries and our favourite hymns.  We even sang “Happy Birthday” to Paige in Y8. 

It was brilliant to see our sister students from across the ocean and to hear the different accents which emphasised the diversity of this great community founded all those years ago by St. Julie – a community which started with just three women taking vows in the French town of Amiens.  Here we are, over two hundred years later, and over three thousand miles apart, still remembering and singing the words of St. Julie: "Qu’il est bon, le bon Dieu!"

Thanks to all who participated and to those who did the fancy technical stuff which enabled us to join hearts Across the Ocean!


Fantastic results for St. Julie&#039;s students!
Aug 25, 2016
Students arrived to school this morning to receive their excellent GCSE results. As a school we are very proud of our students' achievements and we are delighted by the record numbers of students returning to study A levels in September. Thank you to our students and staff for all their hard work during the academic year 2015/16. Congratulations to all students and we wish you the very best of luck in Sixth Form or College.

A number of key performance measures have improved significantly from last year and this data will be published shortly.