Pupil Admissions 2020

Admissions for 2020

Admissions for 2020 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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Year 8 Study Conservation at Chester Zoo
Dec 20, 2019

Year 8 pupils visited Chester Zoo as a curriculum enhancement visit to interactively learn about the importance of environmental conservation and our role in this. 

The focus was chosen to fit in with the ‘Environmental Issues’ unit pupils have studied this term, and it gave pupils an opportunity to understand more about the importance of proactively protecting the different ecosystems across the globe so that we and animals are able to live sustainably, side by side, into the future.

Pupils were able to handle illegally trafficked animal products as a part of their learning at the educational workshop, as well as visiting a whole range of animals around the zoo. Many pupils expressed how much they had enjoyed the experience and that they now understood even more about environmental conservation than they did before. This was a lovely way to finish studying Geography this term.

Merit Winners Tuck Into Breakfast Banquet!
Dec 20, 2019

The winners of our merit cup competitions have dined in style with a hearty breakfast banquet!

The winning students exemplify a positive attitude to learning and good conduct and their reward for their achievement was a menu to please every taste. Congratulations to our winners!

A Fir Amount Of Festivi-tree!
Dec 19, 2019

Tree puns abounded in every aspect of our Christmas tree festival, with some magnificent efforts on display!

Departments aimed to decorate their trees thematically and come up with a great name. The results were judged rigorously by members of our 1804 Society.

Hats off to our winners:

The best named trees

DePINE and TechnologTREE

The InvisibiliTREE (6th Form Common Room)


The trees which best captured the spirit of the community they represent

The SanctiTREE of Life  and  The SpiritualiTREE


The trees most likely to make St. Julie smile

Gingerbread Tree (LRC)   and The NaughTREE or Nice (Student Support).


The overall Champion Tree

The English Department's  Mad Hatter's TREE Party


Congratulations and thanks to everybody who joined in!

Alien Escape!
Dec 19, 2019

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

The costumes were as inventive as ever, with a mixture of solo costumes and group ensembles that included some expertly hand crafted props.

We'd like to think that everyone was a winner, but with prizes to hand out the responsibility of choosing champions fell to our Year 11 students who used the time honoured method of loud applause.

Congratulations to our Year 12 winners, the Alien Takedown, and to our Year 13 winners, Scooby Doo and the Mytery Machine Gang!

The Shopping Has Landed!
Dec 19, 2019

You may recall that we reported that 7 Dorothy had a sponsored silence to raise funds for the Foodbank. The fruits of their labour have arrived in an Asda van!

The fundraiser netted over £400, and that has translated into six heaving tables of groceries, all carefully selected to meet the needs of the Foodbank.

Congratulations again to all in 7 Dorothy for their spectacular effort!

Rock of Ages!
Dec 19, 2019

Our Christmas Production has come to a thundering climax after five high energy performances!

'Rock of Ages' has given our dancers, singers, actors and musicians a platform to really let their talents shine. Audiences across the three public performances gave rapturous applause, and the feedback and praise from our special matinee performances for primary schools and our own Year 7 students was equally enthusiastic.

Congratulations to all of the performers, and we need to give a huge thank you to the Performing Arts staff and all of the backroom team who have worked tirelessly to deliver a flawless show.

You can get a flavour of the show in the photo gallery from Mrs Mannings below, or even check out the performance in full. Enjoy the show!

Yule Love These Logs!
Dec 18, 2019

Some of our talented Year 7 students have been honing their sugarcraft in the creation of some beautiful yule log cakes.

The students contextualised their lesson by learning about the yule log tradition and how this evolved into cakes.

Then it was time to get practical with some magnificent construction and decorating. Great attention was paid to structure, texturing and visual appeal, and everything smelled wonderful!

Check out the finished products in the gallery below.

Merry Crib-mas!
Dec 18, 2019

If you’ve been passing through Student Reception, you may have noticed our Nativity scene developing over the days of Advent! 

They remind us of the story of that first Christmas with Mary and Joseph unable to find any room at the inn. They seem to have ended up in a stable or at least somewhere where there were animals.  After all, Jesus was placed in a manger which is a feeding trough for livestock.  Shepherds came to visit after an angel told them to.  The Wise Men from the East followed a star bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. 

They were all drawn to Bethlehem to see the newborn child.

Our Baby Jesus will be placed into this scene on the last day of term to symbolise his birth on Christmas day – reminding us why we celebrate Christmas!

From all at St. Julie’s – have a happy and holy Christmas – reflecting on the joy of new life and the chance for a new start.

A Feast of Festive Fare!
Dec 18, 2019

The Dining Room was filled with the smells of festive fare as our hardworking catering team served our Christmas Dinner!

Students enjoyed feasting on a traditional roast dinner with all the trimmings and party hats in abundance!

Thank you to all of our kitchen staff for their magnificent work both today and throughout the year.

Christmas Jumper Day!
Dec 17, 2019

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

The day was marked across the country, and at St. Julie's we enjoyed a fine display from staff and sixth form, bringing smiles to all.