Admissions for 2020 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 2018 admissions, the previous admissions arrangements can be found here.
On Friday, 10th July, 2020 - the last day of term for our students – staff from all areas of school life gathered with the students in the Peace Garden for an End of Year service.
In glorious sunshine, they reflected on the last few months, gave each other a round of applause, clapped for carers and keyworkers and held a minute’s silence for all who have died during this most difficult of years.
The school flag was lowered to half-mast as a sign of respect and it will be raised once more when school re-opens.
After a short reflection and prayer, our Peace Bell pealed to mark the end of the academic year. It will sound once more on our first day back in September to welcome students and staff to St. Julie’s once more.
Congratulations to all of our 'Stars of Lockdown' this week for their tremendous efforts in working from home!
A special thanks goes to Amber, Cara and Sophia for sending us in some photos to share. Well done!
With the end of the school year fast approaching, we would like to remind you about the Young Person’s Advisory Service (YPAS) with whom we work closely.
YPAS is a mental health and emotional well-being service supporting young people and families across Liverpool.
Some signs of low mood and anxiety may include irritability, sleeping too much or not enough, avoiding things they used to enjoy, isolating themselves from others, and excessive worry. If you have any concerns regarding your child, and would like to make a referral to access support from YPAS, please visit their website.
Congratulations to Aislinn in 7 Nugent for a fantastic piece of project work in Performing Arts.
Using materials found around the home, Aislinn has crafted some remarkable scaled sets for an Aladdin production, included a suspended flying carpet using theatrical principles.
Well done on a great piece of work!
On Friday 10th July, at 10am, the Prime Minister will address school leavers across the country via digital broadcast.
A recording will be available on demand via Number 10's YouTube channel.
We have received an open letter to all parents and carers from the City's Cycling and Walking Commissioner that we have been asked to circulate.
In the spirit of the letter, and in accordance with the DfE's advice to Local Authorities to explore ways to reduce the demand on public transport in September, we would like to ask for a few minutes of your time to complete a travel survey about how your child will be travelling, or could travel, to and from school in September.
Thank you in advance for your time, which we do appreciate.
Performing Arts students are successful once again. Steph and Grace have been shortlisted to appear in a short film.
You might recall a number of weeks ago the announcement of the 'Imagination project' where 19 of the UK's most exciting writers produced scripts and spoken word poetry exploring humanity and the unprecedented circumstances we are currently living in.
The project was a nationwide search for young and inspiring actors to bring their stories to life, and that's just what Steph and Grace did.
After entering their submission online, they received the news that the company had recognised their talents and they were through to the next round.
This week, Steph and Grace have met virtually with the 'imagination' team of producers and been interviewed about their audition performance.
We wish both students the very best of luck in the next stages.
The response to the Covid-19 pandemic has brought the work of critical care staff into sharp focus. Are you thinking of a career in Medicine or Nursing?
During the period of lockdown we've had student at St. Julie's volunteering or working with hospital trusts to serve the public, gaining great professional insights and team working skills.
For this interested in Medicine, the following information will be useful:
In order to study medicine students need to complete additional BMAT / UCAT tests as outlined below:
As of 1st June:
This 'ultimate UCAT' guide may be helpful too!
This blog talks you through the BMAT and the different sections you can expect on the tests.
For those interested in Nursing and Midwifery, check out this really helpful video from Kingston University.
Edge Hill University have taken their popular Year 12 summer residentials online, but you'll still need to apply and numbers are still limited.
Students will receive a mixture of live face to face teaching with academic colleagues and pre recorded sessions to watch at their leisure. Students will also have access to live chats with current Edge Hill students and staff; running throughout the week they will receive advice on student finance, applying to university and student life.
Each department will set their students a project to complete during the residential, this will be excellent preparation for university study no matter which institution you intend to apply to.
Find out more here.