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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Dancers Dazzle in Advanced Showcase
May 18, 2018

Our senior dancers have showcased their talents in a fast paced show this week.

The showcase, in the Dorothy Stang Theatre, saw Year 12 students performing a series of pieces from the musical Chicago, whilst dancers from Year 13 explored a range of contemporary dance in their performance.

You can see both performances in the videos below!

St. Julie’s recognised at Archdiocesan Awards
May 18, 2018

St. Julie’s was honoured to be the only secondary school shortlisted for the Spirituality in our School Award at the recent Archdiocese of Liverpool Awards Ceremony in the Royal Liver Building! 

Hosted by Leanne Campbell from Radio Merseyside, the event celebrated all that is good about our Catholic schools. Thanks to Bridie and Mrs Delaney for representing us at the event.

St. Julie's Celebrates Gold Liverpool Counts Award!
May 15, 2018

We're celebrating today as our school numeracy has been successfully independently assessed for the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark Gold Award!

Our assessor, Mr Dave Carden, was very positive after his meeting with teaching staff and Numeracy Ambassadors today, and we look forward to receiving his full report next week.

Until then, why not enjoy our interpretation of the Maths stick-man dance!

Spotlight On Theatre!
May 11, 2018

Over the past 2 weeks, Year 12 and 13 have had a busy time at the theatre.

They have seen a real mix of performance from the ‘Liverpool Everyman and Playhouses’, ‘Othello’ and ‘A Clockwork Orange’ as well as ‘Boisterous’, ‘Bouncers’.

They even got to experience what happens in theatre when a lead actor is injured and there is no understudy!

St Julie's: A Good School
May 9, 2018

The judgements are in, and we're very proud to tell you that St. Julie's has been determined to be a good school with outstanding features!

Thanks to the hard and work of all members of our school community, a period of both rapid and sustained improvement has led St. Juliie's to be judged as a good school with outstanding Leadership and Management and Pupil Welfare.

Rather than us extracting quotes, we'd love you to take a few minutes to read the report findings in full. You can download a copy here.

English Masterclass for Sixth Form Students
May 8, 2018

Year 12 English Language students enjoyed a Masterclass delivered by Dr Alex Baratta of the University of Manchester.

The presentation and interactive workshop included thought-provoking discussion on accentism, language and identity and accent preference. We look forward to seeing Dr Baratta again next year to explore issues from the Year 13 English Language A level curriculum such as World English and the future of English.

A Cut Above The Rest!
May 4, 2018

Well done to Eleanor Garner in Year 7 who has had a very charitable haircut!

Eleanor has had her hair cut very short and donated her ponytail to the Little Princess Trust, and raised an enormous £480 in the process!

The charity provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24, who have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses. Well done Eleanor.

Year 12 Discover the Anthony Nolan Trust
May 2, 2018

Students in Year 12 have enjoyed a fascinating presentation from the Anthony Nolan Trust.

The presentation explored the purpose of the trust and the importance of its work, as well as dispelling some of the myths about stem cell donation.

One of the objectives of the trust's work with young people is to educate them on what registering means and allow them to make an informed choice about whether or not they would like to support the work.

We're sure that some of the students felt inspired to become lifesavers. 

A Level Students Experience Othello
May 2, 2018

On Tuesday, Year 12 and 13 English Literature students went to the Everyman Theatre to see their innovative production of Othello

The play was a triumph, with Golda Rosheuvel taking the lead role. Her interpretation of the lead character's anguish and descent into a jealous rage was heart-wrenching to see. 

The students enjoyed the opportunity to see the play in performance. Shakespeare is certainly brought to life when viewed on stage and this will definitely help our students prepare for their Tragedy A Level paper.

Art Students Respond to Hillsborough Visit
May 2, 2018

Year seven have been busy following the visit to St. Julie's Art department by Hillsborough justice campaigners, Stephen Kelly (brother of Hillsborough victim Micheal), Richie Greaves (Hillsborough survivor) and the artist who created our memorial painting, Phil Garrett.

Girls in Mrs Strachan's Year seven Art class met with the three visitors and they talked in detail about issues which led to the disaster and the resulting campaign for justice, truth and accountability.

Following the visit, the class used their weekly Art homework activity to capture the day and put their feelings on paper using a variety of media which we wanted to share with you.

Stephen talked to the girls about unity and making a difference together and we hope you agree that this is a really positive way of showing support for all using their creative talents.