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 2018 admissions, the previous admissions arrangements can be found here.

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

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New Reporting Portal for Harmful Internet Content
Jan 9, 2019

The UK Safer Internet Centre has created a brand new reporting portal which can be used both by children and adults to report issues such as online abuse or harrassment; threats; impersonation; unwanted sexual advances; violent or pornographic content; and content relating to self-harm or suicide.

Many of us know how difficult and frustrating it can sometimes be if you need to report anything, but there is help available. The service has been designed to:

- Provide information on community standards
- Give advice on how to report problems
- Mediate where appropriate or explain why content hasn’t been removed
- Provide assistance in removing harmful content from platforms

See HERE for further information.

The 'Advice' page gives information as to issues that cannot be reported via this portal - but also gives information about what to do with regard these issues and where they can be reported. 

Local Area SEND Inspection
Jan 8, 2019

We have been informed by the Director of Liverpool's Children's Services that there will be a Local Authority Inspection of provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND), to take place between 14th and 18th January. Although St Julie's is not one of the 8 schools that will be visited as part of this inspection, all parents of children attending Liverpool schools are entitled to share - via the Online Portal, which can be accessed by following the instructions in this linked document, their views regarding provision for pupils with SEND

Further information regarding the Inspection can be found in the further linked document 'OFSTED and CQC Inspection of Local Areas'.

Fun in the Park
Jan 8, 2019

What were you doing two days after Christmas?

If you live near Wavertree Park, you may have seen the very colourful sight of over 200 runners hurtling, jogging, walking, dawdling with dogs and pushing prams around the park.

It was the 35th annual CAFOD Fun Run and, once more, St. Julie’s played a part in making it a success.   CAFOD do amazing work in the developing world and it was good to be part of this fundraising effort at Christmas.

Maisie and Jemma from Year 9 and Daisy, Emily and Niamh from Year 8 joined Mrs McCourt and her children and Mr Anderson and his family (including dog, Diego), in cheering on the participants, giving out water, certificates and, very importantly, energy-giving jelly babies!

The Fun Run is on the 27th December every year at 1:00 p.m.   Why not put it in your diary now?

On The First Day Of Christmas
Jan 8, 2019

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.

Isobel, Olivia, Speranza, Natasha and Josh all gave up their Saturday morning to help with preparations for the parish of St. Mary’s Christmas lunch.   When they arrived there was merely a fairly chilly church hall.  When they left, the place was beautifully and festively decorated and ready for the lunch that took place on Christmas Day itself.

The whole event was a great success and we’d like to express our thanks to the parishioners of St. Mary’s who gave us this chance to be involved!  We look forward to participating again this year!

Merry Christmas Everyone!
Dec 21, 2018

We have taken great joy in rounding off our hugely successful term with a celebration of Advent.

The whole school community gathered together as one as our Chaplain, Mr Anderson, led us through the service. 

Students were very much at the forefront of the celebration, which saw two vibrant dance performances and beautifully moving choral pieces. One of the more innovative moments was the articulation of the Immaculate Conception through the medium of the 'Jennifer Kyle' show!

The scale of the generosity of our students and their families became apparent during the collection of donations for the Micah Foodbank, who gratefully accepted our gifts as they just about managed to cram everything into the van!

We finished with some huge laughs at the premiere of the 'Feed The World' video mimed by staff, which proved to be very popular indeed!

With some closing words from Mr Alderman we drew the curtain on 2018 and wish you all the very best for a restful and peaceful break.

Sixth Form Fancy Dress!
Dec 20, 2018

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

The themes spanned many genres and eras, but all showed careful consideration and preparation. Judging this year was based on audience reaction from our Year 11 students, who were enjoying their Christmas Dinners alongside the costume parade.

Congratulations to our worthy runners up, the 'Throwback Thursday' in Year 13 and 'I'm A Celebrity' in Year 12, and hearty cheers for our Year 13 winners, the Convicts, and our Year 12 winners, the Dinosaurs.

We'd like to show further appreciation for the staff members who joined in the fun, with our students judging the English Department's Hogwarts as winners with our Social Sciences department as close runners up with their Fantasy Figures.

Year 11 Rise To Kitchencraft Challenge
Dec 20, 2018

Year 11 students have devised and prepared some delicious meals under great time pressure in their practical food preparation exam.

The exam is a very challenging task, with a two course meal having to be planned and prepared to a design brief and in accordance with some strict nutritional requirements. 

The students prepared all elements of the meal from scratch, including preparing their own bread and pasta. Very well done to all of the students for their inspiring work.

Mental Health Crisis Support
Dec 20, 2018

The YoungMinds crisis messenger service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need support, you can text YM to 85258.

The service aims to connect every texter to a trained volunteer in less than 5 minutes to provide support in a crisis. They will listen to you and help you think through how you're feeling, and will aim to help you take the next steps towards feeling better.

Texts are free from EE, O2, Vodafone, 3, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Telecom Plus.

The service is powered by Crisis Text Line, a trusted partner of YoungMinds.

Struggling To Make Ends Meet?
Dec 20, 2018

Although Christmas is a time of great celebration, it is also a time of year when many families will struggle to make ends meet and money worries will increase.

Liverpool City Council have produced a useful resource which gives practical advice on a range of issues - from how to apply for free school meals, getting help with rent or council tax, assistance with fuel and energy bills and ensuring that you receive all of your entitled benefits and tax credits. You can find the leaflet here.

St. Julie&#039;s Hosts LSSP Dance Festival
Dec 17, 2018

Last week, St Julie's hosted the Liverpool School Sports Partnership's Christmas dance festival, and what a fun filled day it was!

Primary students from 19 schools across Liverpool gathered together to showcase their dance skills and entertain the packed audience. Well done to all the participating students from:

  1. Our Lady's Bishop Eton
  2. Lister
  3. Blackmoor
  4. Mab Lane
  5. Norman Pannell
  6. Middlefield
  7. Much Woolton
  8. St Austins
  9. St Vincent De Paul
  10. Ernest Cookson
  11. St Finbar's
  12. Dovedale
  13. Lawrence Road
  14. Norman Pannell
  15. St Austin's
  16. Belle Vale
  17. Lister Infants
  18. Anfield Road
  19. St Patrick's

 We look forward to having LSSP back soon for more events.