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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St. Julie&#039;s Triumph at &#039;Now&#039; Festival!
Feb 4, 2018

On Friday night a company of St. Julie's performers took to the stage at the third 'NOW' Festival at the Epstein Theatre. The festival saw performances across four nights with hundreds of children from across the city sharing their performances promoting messages of mental health.

Our company devised an original performance called 'Fight for your Dream' which tackled the theme of young carers. Our story intertwined real people, situations and interviews to raise awareness of this often untalked about subject.

The performers received high praise from both the audience and judges and were proudly judged the best musical performance of the festival.

Congratulations to all the students and staff involved in devising and delivering the award winning performance.


NSPCC Number Day
Feb 2, 2018

Today marks NSPCC number, when school around the country can take part in a maths themed fundraising drive.

Here at St. Julie's our Maths department ran a 'millionaire' themed quiz at the start of all lessons, completed on line safety questionnaires and encouraged our Year 7 students to accessorise with a number theme!


Sixth Form Interviews Underway
Feb 2, 2018

Sixth form interviews are underway at present - if you need an application form you can get one here - and return it to main reception. In keeping with the Sixth Form theme, last night we enjoyed a great turn out at Year 13 parent night with some fantastic comments from parents and students. 

When we asked the students what they enjoy best about Sixth Form these are some of the things they said:

  • I'm taught well
  • I feel valued by my teachers
  • I am encouraged to make as much progress as possible
  • I get great feedback on essays

Parents said:

  • Staff are always supportive ad want the best for each student
  • Excellent communication from school to home
  • Couldn't ask for better staff
  • Very pleased with my daughter's progress
  • My daughter has thoroughly enjoyed her time in 6th form 
  • My daughter is well prepared to sit her exams - thank you
  • Good support from teachers
  • She is happy and on target so I am happy
  • I'm very happy - she is on target for preferred university place

This suggests they're ready for their forthcoming mocks after half term!

Our next parent night for Year 12 is on 22nd March.


Model Homework From Year 7!
Feb 1, 2018

Drama students in Year 7 have produced some outstanding homework while exploring some tense themes.

Students have built models realising their vision of 'Darkwood Manor' as part of their work, and have done a fantastic job!


Dance Masterclass from MD Productions
Jan 28, 2018

MD Productions led a workshop this week for students from years 7 -11. Students got the opportunity to watch the company perform and then learn the choreography themselves.

Our very own year 7 student Halle performed with the company. Thank you to MD for an amazing workshop! 


Holocaust Memorial Day
Jan 26, 2018

January 27th is Holocaust Memorial Day, and our pupils have had the chance to find out more about what the Holocaust was, and why it is so vitally important that we remember it. 

The photo shows some of the postcards our Year 7 pupils have written to a lady who was saved from experiencing the Holocaust directly by being part of the Kindertransport scheme, but incredibly sadly, her parents were killed in the Holocaust. 

Our pupils have learned about her experiences and have written to express their thoughts to her. We are now going to post them off and will hopefully get some replies to extend our understanding of this important event even further.


Year 7 Historians Model The Past
Jan 26, 2018

Our Year 7 Historians have been demonstrating their creativity in their learning once again by producing some models of Motte and Bailey castles. 

The photos here are of 7Q2's work, and they should be really proud of their work, and of the fact that they could explain why the castles had all of the features that they did.  We did feel that the edible one made out of cake looked particularly impressive!


Sixth Form Open Evening
Jan 25, 2018

Thank you to all of the guests who visited our Sixth Form Open Evening tonight.

The event gave visitors an opportunity to find out more about what life as a St. Julie's Sixth Form student is like, as well as meeting with staff involved in delivery of the courses and having the chance to get detailed information about course content.


Year 10 Help The Homeless
Jan 24, 2018

Following an assembly on the theme of kindness last week, a group of Year 10 students decided to put this idea into action to help the homeless.

Olivia, Ellie, Emily and Olivia from 10 Therese decided to support the local homeless charity, Whitechapel, by doing a 'Cash for Cakes' sale, all proceeds being donated.

The girls wanted to do their bit to help out, especially given the treacherous winter weather the homeless people will currently be experiencing.

Well done girls, this is very commendable of you all. 


Year 9 Highlight Humanitarian Aid
Jan 24, 2018

9 Rigby, led by Mr Quinn, have delivered a thought provoking and moving assembly on the theme of Humanitarian Aid. 

They told their year group that the main cause of the need for assistance was not natural disasters but actually wars! 

They then revealed some chilling statistics about the numbers of people affected - including the 20,000,000 of our sisters and brothers in Yemen who need humanitarian aid - food, shelter, blankets and medicine. 

They highlighted the song by Beyoncé "I was here" which reminds us that each individual life is important and that each individual can make a difference to others. 

The assembly concluded with the opportunity to think and pray about how we respond to others in this week when our Mission Statement theme is 'fairness, care and compassion.

Well done to all involved!