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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&#039;This Is Liverpool&#039;
Jul 15, 2018

Our Performing Arts students had the honour of performing a piece to open a three day medical conference at the University of Liverpool earlier this month.

The piece showcased the dramatic and singing talents of the students as they proudly introduced our City to the visiting delegates in their own engaging style!


Humanities Field Trip To Speke Hall
Jul 13, 2018

On Thursday the whole of Year 7 visited Speke Hall with the Humanities faculty to put into practice some of their geographical and historical enquiry skills.  Pupils spent time investigating the significance of the River Mersey location for Merseyside and Liverpool Airport for their Geography focus, and also had a session finding out about the history of Speke Hall and its grounds as an example of Tudor architecture for their History session.

The pupils were fantastic, really enjoyed getting out of school to use their skills in the 'real world', and it was an excellent taste of what they will need to do if they take the subjects at GCSE level - they certainly showed themselves to be capable of studying in GCSE style, so thank you Year 7!


Key Stage 3 Students Shine in Hairspray
Jul 11, 2018

The Key Stage 3 students put on shows on Monday and Tuesday of this week showcasing their singing, dancing and acting talents. 

They performed Hairspray to a packed audience. They were an absolute credit to the school and their parents and carers. We look forward to the next performance! 

You can enjoy the whole show in the video below!


Master Kitchencraft for Summer Bake Off
Jul 11, 2018

Some of our hugely talented Year 8 bakers have been pitting their skills against each other in a Summer Bake Off!

The challenge facing the bakers was to produce either one large cake or a plate of small cakes suitable for a summer event.

The students did not disappoint, producing a dazzling array of beautifully crafted cakes. Lick your lips and enjoy the photo gallery below.


Rewards Trip To The Cinema
Jul 11, 2018

Students took over Woolton Picture House on Wednesday afternoon!

They spent the afternoon laughing, clapping and cheering on the pug 'Patrick'.

This trip was to reward KS3 students on their good attendance. Well done to all those who were selected for their dedication throughout the year.


A Wizard Performance in Year 10 Spelling
Jul 11, 2018

Year 10 have been working on their literacy in the Geography spelling bee!

Students were tested stretching their spelling skills on some geographical vocabulary.

Congratulations to our two very worthy winners, Poppy and Libbi.


It&#039;s Prom Night!
Jul 11, 2018

Students in Years 11 and 13 have enjoyed dressing to impress for an evening of celebration in their respective Prom nights!

The Year 11 Prom took place last Friday in the art deco glamour of the Liverpool Airport Crowne Plaza hotel where guests joined staff members including Miss Corrigan and a surprise appearance from Mr Costello!

A week earlier it was the City Centre that hosted the Year 13 Prom in the Marriott Hotel at Queens Square. Mrs Jones and Mr Willis were among the staff celebrating with our senior students before they make their way into the wider world!

Both evenings were enormous fun for everybody involved and our students were once again great ambassadors for the school.


Congratulations Year 11
Jul 11, 2018

Yesterday saw a welcome return for our Year 11 students in a celebration of all that they have achieved so far at St. Julie's!

Students joined together with staff at the end of the school day for a nostalgic reflection of their life at St. Julie's during a beautiful ceremony in the school Chapel.

Students were wearing academic robes and were ceremonially presented with a silver stole bearing the school crest to mark their completion of a hugely important phase in their education.

Following warm words from Mr Anderson, Mr Alderman and Miss Corrigan it was time for afternoon tea in the dining room and some photos!

We'd like to congratulate all of our Year 11 students for their hard work, compassion and integrity, and we look forward to seeing them again on results day and then into Sixth Form.


Towering Success in Science Club!
Jul 10, 2018

Science club students flexed their engineering muscles this week in a team work challenge!

Each team was given a set of everday materials including card, drinking straws, paper clips, craft sticks, plastic spoons and paper cups and were challenged to build the biggest tower they could using only the materials given.

As the scientists very quickly came to realise, the twist in this challenge was the lack of adhesives that forced some innovative thinking on how best to make strong joints between the materials. This problem of course had to be solved alongside the challenges facing all architects in generating maximum strength from minimum resources.

The teams worked amazingly well together, with each team member actively solving problems as they arose. Our loudest cheer is saved for Team 1 who managed to use all of the materials in their pack to create a structure 84cm tall. Well done!


UCAS Evening for Year 12
Jul 10, 2018

Year 12 students and their parents attended a UCAS information evening tonight, delivered by Louise Carr, from the University of Liverpool.

We launched the UCAS process in June and already our students are making informed decisions about their future by attending open days and starting their online applications.

We strongly encourage the students to write their Personal Statement over the summer and to visit as many universities as they can.

More details about the application process and open days can be found at www.ucas.com and www.opendays.co.uk.