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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Congratulations to Year Cross Country Champions!
Sep 20, 2017

7 Dorothy have run their way to being Interform Cross Country champions in the Year event.

A great run was had by Alexandra from 7 Arrowsmith who ran in as individual champion.

All of the girls did really well and thanks to able assistance of the Year 9 GCSE group it all went smoothly.

Final results are as follows:

1st   Dorothy   47
2nd  Arrowsmith 65
3rd   Maria 71
4th   Therese 92
5th   Nugent  131
6th   Rigby 135

Well done to all of our runners!


PFA Achievements!
Sep 19, 2017
What a year it's been for the PFA team at St. Julie's! Over the last 12 months thousands of pounds has been raised by the PFA. Funds raised by the PFA contributed towards a new breakfast/buffet bar in the dining room and lockers for all year groups.
Thank you to all PFA members for your significant contributions to the life of St. Julie's. Students will benefit from the new facilities for many years to come.
We welcome new members to the PFA every year. Please contact Mrs McCourt kmccourt@stjulies.org.uk if you require any further information.

Much Woolton CP Open Day: 19.10.17
Sep 19, 2017

Our neighbours over at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School have asked us share details of their forthcoming Open Day on the 19th October.

There will be two sessions on the day, between 2pm and 3pm and then between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. A short presentation will take place in the hall at the start of each session. All children and parents interested in joining the school are cordially invited.


Back To School: September 18th
Sep 12, 2017

You can read a letter from Mrs McCourt here detailing the arrangements for returning to school on Monday 18th September.

We'd also like to clarify that all students should attend in full school uniform on Monday. We are aware that some information has been circulating about PE kits, but this is not correct.

Good Luck Ellie!
Sep 4, 2017

Ellie Birchall has secured a role as 'Patty' in Grease the Musical!

She starts rehearsals next week in Miami, and we wish her every success in the role.

Stage Role for Former Student
Sep 4, 2017

Congratulations to former student Isabella Moore Richardson who has won a role in the Liverpool Empire's forthcoming production of 'Cilla - The Musical'.

The show runs from Thursday with tickets available from the Empire Box Office. We're looking forward to seeing Isabella in action!

School Will Rock!
Sep 4, 2017

The school Christmas production has been announced! Performances of Andrew Lloyd-Webber's 'School of Rock' will be staged from Monday 18th to Wednesday 20th December.

Tickets will be available from October with more details to follow.

Lucy Gets A Taste of Fame
Sep 4, 2017

Congratulations to Lucy Kinsella who played a leading role in 'Fame - the Musical' at the Liverpool Empire over the summer.

As always, the Performing Arts team and Sixth Form students supported their peer! Lucy's performance was outstanding, and was highlighted in 'NorthWestEnd's' review.

Enrolment for Sixth Form Courses at SFX
Aug 30, 2017

St. Julie's students intending to study a subject at SFX for Year 12 or continue with one in Year 13 MUST enrol next week.

For students in Year 12, please attend enrolment at SFX on Tuesday 5th September at 1:00pm. For students continuing with a course into Year 13, please attend enrolment on Wednesday 6th September at 8:45am.

Hard work = Success
Aug 24, 2017

Students and staff celebrated another year of fantastic results today. A proportion of students achieved the new grade 9 in English Literature or Language, which places them in the top 6% nationally.

After a raft of new reforms and changes to exam structures it is clear that our students and staff have responded to the challenge. Today is about celebrating the hard work, dedication and commitment of all students. We wish each and every one of our students the very best of luck on their next steps.

A full breakdown of results and national comparisons will be published on the school webpage.