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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment

St. Julie's Catholic High School is a Notre Dame school and its aim is to put into practice the principles of the school's patron saint St Julie Billiart, the foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

We are a school where academic excellence is standard and the focus is on the development of the whole child such that we grow confident, independent young women and men and strong partnerships between home and school.

St Julie’s is a large voluntary aided Roman Catholic secondary school, predominantly for girls with boys admitted into sixth form. There are 1015 pupils on roll, 168 of whom are in the sixth form.

Latest News From Our School


Exploring Body Image

On Friday 5th April, a group of students froms Years 7 to 9 took part in a Body Image workshop.

A Worthy Reward!

Throughout the last week of term form groups in Years 7, 8 and 9 with the best attendance enjoyed an Afternoon Tea!

St Julie’s Teacher Participates in UK Living Kidney Sharing Scheme

Mrs Bashford, a Humanities teacher at St. Julie’s, donated a kidney earlier this year in part of a nationally co-ordinated scheme.

Target Egg-Ceeded!

The Lent term closed with our Easter Egg Challenge for the Micah Foodbank - and we smashed last year's numbers!

Winning Awards at the LSSP Dance Competition!

On Thursday evening 26 students from years 7-10 took part in the LSSP Secondary School Dance Competition to great acclaim.

Punctuality Pays!

We know that punctuality matters, but do you know that it could cost you grades?

Orange (...Yellow, Purple and Blue) is the new Black!

Some of our Year 7 scientists used chromatography to investigate how felt pens are made up of many different coloured dyes.

Time To Vote in Dot Art Contest

Well done to Chloe, Marie-Eva and Rachel for being shortlisted in the Dot Art competition. It's time to vote!

Year 10 Drama Students Hit Hard In Practical

Congratulations to our year 10 Drama students who have entertained packed audiences over the past 2 nights.

Year 7 Bring Savannah To Life

Year 7 Performing Arts students have been getting creative this week for their Lion King themed Musical Theatre assessments.

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