If you have already made an application for your daughter for 2013:
Congratulations for applying to a successful school with academic excellence as standard, where you know your daughter will be developed into a confident, independent young woman and where strong partnerships are fostered between home and school.
Shortly after you have received your letter at the beginning of March you will be invited to a welcome event for students and parents where we will be delighted to welcome you into our school community and explain more about what you can expect from St. Julie’s.
Later in the year you and your daughter will be invited to attend a personal meeting with a senior member of staff to discuss any questions you might have about joining us.
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!
If you have not made an application for 2013:
If you have not made an application, but now wish to do so, then the procedure for late entries can be found at the Liverpool City Council website. If you prefer, you could ring Mrs Radburn on 0151 428 7561 as soon possible to discuss how to apply.
What's been happening lately at St. Julie's:
We've enjoyed some great entertainment recently, as students showcased their talents in two after school events!
A team of four Year 11 students have won Liverpool Vision's Head for Business School Challenge!
Congratulations to Year 7 student Ella Kelleher who won the competition to design a logo for the intermediate choir!
Several pupils in Year 7 and Year 8 who submitted entries to the Liverpool SACRE competition, on the theme of 'Faiths in Our City', had their work recognised by the judging panel.
Everton Football Club are recruiting for their BTEC Football Academy, and you can take part right here at St. Julie's!
Thanks to the support of our Parents and Friends Association, the Dig iT club recently took delivery of a brand new greenhouse that is located in the club vegetable garden on site.
We've been delighted to receive our certificate, along with a letter of thanks, from the BBC for our hard work as part of BBC School Report 2013.
Our submissions for the dot-art art competition are up. Why not support us with a vote?
Congratulations to the Year 13 Drama students who performed their exam pieces before the examiner and a large audience.
Former Product Design student Rachael McGlynn has been working with St. Julie's to produce teaching aids, including this motor model.