Pupil Admissions 2018

Admissions for 2018

Admissions for 2018 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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Christmas Tree Festival
Dec 20, 2017

This year, in our new school building we held the inaugural St. Julie’s Christmas Tree Festival where different communities within the school were invited to decorate trees in such a way as to capture the spirit of that community!  The festival was undertaken on the initiative of the 1804 Society Celebration Co-ordinator’s Amy and Isobel who also judged the competition element with Mr Anderson, our chaplain.  They were overwhelmed by the intensi-tree of the competition but tried to be fir in their deliberations!

There were some very innovative names and decorations and the winners were:

Best name:   The English Department’s ‘Leaning Tower of Treesa’ and DT’s “DePine and TechnologTree”.   

Best at capturing the spirit of the community:   The canteen’s ‘Dinertree’ and the RE Department’s “NativiTree”

Most likely to make St. Julie, our smiling saint, smile:   The LRC’s ‘LRTree’ and the Learning Support Department’s “CommuniTree”.

There was very stiff competition between the above and the Christ-Maths Trigonomo-Tree, the Diversi-Tree,  the IC-Tree and the European Communi-Tree.  

However, the Overall Winner was the “HUMANI-TREE” which provided a whole host of learning opportunities across History and Geography.


Sixth Form Fancy Dress!
Dec 15, 2017

Congratulations to our Sixth Form students for enthusiatically embracing the annual charity fancy dress competition!

The themes were very broad this year and the students showed some real inventiveness in their choice of costumes. Although we're proud of them all there can only be one winner, and this year the honours fall to the recreation of our Leadership Team, with a very worthy second place to the toys and a close run third to the Cat in the Hat.

All funds raised today will be donated to UNICEF.


9 Nugent Share Christmas Spirit in Assembly
Dec 13, 2017

This advent, 9 Nugent have been thinking of those less fortunate than ourselves, especially at Christmas time.

Christmas can be a difficult time for so many; with the number of homeless people rising, and thousands of people relying on the support of Food Banks to survive.

The class decided to prepare a short video for their student led assembly outlining the struggle that Christmas can be for some, and showing how we can all help.


Citizenship Award for Olivia Otten
Dec 13, 2017

Congratulations to Sixth Form Student Olivia Otten who was last night presented with a Citizenship Award from St. John Ambulance.

Olivia, who has been a St. John Ambulance for a year, was able to render life-saving assistance to a gentleman who was involved in a traffic accident in the City Centre until the paramedics arrived.

Her level headedness and expertise were reflected in the presentation of the Reg Johnson trophy at a presentation ceremony at the Salvation Army Centre in Gateacre which recognised the outstanding achievements of cadets during 2017.


Year 7 Create The Kingdom of Far Far Away
Dec 12, 2017

Year 7 Performing Arts classes have been completing their assessments in Musical Theatre this week and they have been creating their own adaptations of Shrek.

The pupils have performed their own scenes of drama, song and danced all in the one performance! They also brought in wonderful costumes.

Well done year 7 for some fantastic work!


Advent Angels
Dec 8, 2017

Our Advent Theme this year is Angels and a couple of weeks ago, some Year 7 and Year 11 students came together to be angels who spread good news among God's people.  They made a video promoting the Nugent Christmas Hamper Campaign which is for local children whose families are struggling.  

As a result, they got a bumper harvest of donations of chocolate biscuits, chocolates, mince pies, cakes, and other treats which will land on people's tables over the festive period.

Year 11 students Natasha, Melissa, Eloise and Ella were the prime movers with Amy and Megan in Year 7 appearing as voiceover artists who complemented the mellifluous tones of the aforementioned Year 11s.

On 4th December, they delivered to Nugent HQ on Edge Lane where the donations were warmly appreciated. (Nugent, by the way, is named after Fr. James Nugent - the priest from the 19th century who invited the Sisters of Notre Dame to come to Liverpool. One of our houses is named after him.)

Huge thanks to all - especially Miss Douglas' Form who were fantastic as ever!


Congratulations to Ellie Birchall on &#039;Grease&#039; debut!
Dec 7, 2017

Congratulations to former pupil Ellie Birchall as she makes her debut in 'Grease the Musical' as Patty Simcox.

Ellie is with a touring company with a difference as she treads the boards of 'MS Independence of the Seas', the Royal Caribbean cruise liner that is one of the largest passenger vessels in the world. We hope the 4,000 passengers enjoy Ellie's performance!


Enterprising Christmas Mugs
Dec 7, 2017

Year 7 and 8 pupils in the D&T Enterprise STARS club are using their design and manufacture skills for festive fundraising.

The team have created a product of a gift wrapped festive mug filled with goodies including a candy cane, tree decoration and some drinking chocolate.

Funds raised from the sale of these mugs are helping to fund a supermarket trolley dash to buy food and other items for the food bank that we regularly support. 


Ellie Secures Third British Championship
Dec 5, 2017

Congratulations to Ellie Morris on her third consecutive British Championship Judo title!

Ellie has rounded off her successful year by securing the Pre-Cadet girls under 52kg title at a tournament in Sheffield at the weekend. This is a new and more challenging category for Ellie and is a great way to finish the season.


Shoeboxes Full Of Love
Dec 5, 2017

Some exceptional Year 8 students have been rallying support for 'A Shoebox Full of Love'.   This local charity gathers donations to help ease the plight of homeless and vulnerable individuals and families over Christmas.

Maisie, Ella, Ella, Ava and Jessica led a prayerful assembly about the charity and why we are called to make a difference.  Then, they chased and encouraged their fellow students and staff to bring stuff in!   On 4th December, 2017, they gathered the donations together and transported them to Rocky Lane Medical Centre – the nearest drop-off point to St. Julie’s.

Thanks to all who participated in this effort because those hats, scarves and toiletries will make a difference to people who need a little love at Christmas.