Pupil Admissions 2020

Admissions for 2020

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.

What's been happening lately at St. Julie's:

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Best Foot Forward!
Sep 13, 2019

This week the corridors have been bustling after school with performerspreparing for 'Rock of Ages' auditions!

Parts in the Christmas production have seen a huge demand, and students used every space they could find to polish and finesse their performances before they step in front of the casting judges.

Keep checking back for casting information!


Year 11 Scrutinise 'Blood Brothers' Live!
Sep 11, 2019

Year 11 students visited the Liverpool Empire Theatre on Tuesday evening to watch a wonderful performance of 'Blood Brothers'.

All GCSE students study the hit musical, written by Willy Russell, as part of their English Literature exam. To be able to see it live has really enhanced knowledge of plot, characters and themes, and will prove an extremely useful revision tool!

Well done to our students for being fantastic representatives of our school.


Students Perform at Marie Curie Service
Sep 8, 2019

Members of our school choir performed at the Marie Curie service of remembrance at St James Church in Woolton this weekend.

The service supports both the patients of the Marie Curie Hospise and all the families and relatives affected by cancer.

Thanks to Ruby, Grace, Lexi, Alexia, Ella, Kelly, Isabella, Charlotte, Lara, Anna and Evie for giving so generously of their time and talents.


Grand Designs
Sep 8, 2019

Visitors to the Chapel this week may well have noticed a few extra features!

First of all, our school banner (last used at the Year of St. Julie Mass in the Cathedral) hangs near the statue of St. Julie.   Created 4 years ago by Mrs Bell and a fabulous team of Y8 students, it has finally found a home in our new building!

Then, near the Icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help we have a beautiful ceramic chalice, paten and ciborium donated by Sr Margaret Walsh who stepped down as Chair of Governors last term and who is sorely missed already.

Finally, a new stand for the Spirit of St. Julie baton has been fashioned by Mr Radburn and gives due prominence to this unique artefact which is passed round all Y7 students every year as a sign that they have accepted the challenge to pick up and pass on the spirit of the St. Julie – the Smiling Saint – and the Sisters of Notre Dame who founded our school.   On that note, we’ve another big anniversary coming up next year, so watch this space for further details!


And The Winners Are...
Sep 6, 2019

At the end of last term, Head Prefect – Gemma – and her two deputies, Katie and Layla, announced the winners of the overall House Championship.  This championship involves attendance, punctuality, merits and commendations and each Year group has an end of term assembly where that group’s results are revealed and loads of prizes are handed out to the worthy winners.

The overall Championship over all year groups was a close run thing but 3rd place was occupied by Rigby.  The runners up were Therese and the Champion House for Pentecost Term 2019 was …. Maria, retaining their title from Lent Term.

So, this week, Hannah – a member of the 1804 Society and Head of Maria – had the honour and pleasure of raising the Maria flag in the Peace Garden at St. Julie’s to fly until one of the other houses can knock Maria of the top step of the podium!

Well done to all in Maria!


The First Friday Big Sing Resumes
Sep 6, 2019

Every first Friday of the month, students and staff gather in the Chapel before the school day beings for First Friday – Hymns Old and New.   This first Friday of the academic year was no exception as we gathered to sing one old and one new hymn!

The old hymn was What a Friend we have in Jesus which dates back to a poem written in 1855 by Joseph Scriven.   The First Friday band featuring our fantastic music ministry team, Overwhelm (augmented by some very talented members of staff) started the hymn solemnly before breaking out into full rock and roll rhythm driven on by Kim on drums, Kelsey-Ann on bass and April and Amelia on keyboards.  It certainly got the heart rate up.   What was most amazing, though, was that Overwhelm only heard this hymn for the first time two days before the event and managed to learn, arrange, practise and deliver it with great gusto!

This was followed by a very new hymn which features as our Weekly Prayer Video theme tune this year – How Good the Good God is!   Based one the words of St. Julie – the smiling saint, this upbeat hymn was sung enthusiastically by the congregation led by a great bunch of singers.

It was written for our former Chair of Governors, Sr Margaret Walsh, SND, who stood down at the end of last term and you can hear Overwhelm singing it in its entirety in the video above!  We hope you’ll enjoy it and consider it a fitting tribute to Sr Margaret – an inspirational person who served our school community in so many ways and who is much missed already!


All Smiles!
Sep 5, 2019

Students were all smiles as the team from Fizz Portraits came along to photograph students for us!

All of our students were patient and co-operative as we managed the logistics of photographing everyone from Year 7 to Year 11. Fortunately the photographers were quick to put everyone at ease and we're looking forward to seeing the results!

Copies of the portrait photos will shortly be available for parents, carers and relatives to buy if they wish to.


Welcome Back!
Sep 5, 2019

Tuesday was a day of happiness as we welcomed back our students for the first day of the new academic year!

Friends were reunited and stories of the summer exchanged as our students quickly settled back into the rhythm of school, and all students were engaged in learning by 11am.

We'd like to congratulate all of our students on a very smooth start to school, with particular praise going to Year 7 who are navigating the school with great skill!


GCSE Results 2019!
Aug 22, 2019

We've had a fantastic morning at St. Julie's celebrating the amazing achievements of our students. The results speak for themselves with students achieving above national (9-4%) across a number of qualifications, including all core subjects: English Language (83%); English Literature (89%); Mathematics (73%) and Science (54%). Provisional Progress 8 scores are very positive across a number of subjects. A full set of results will be published within the next few days.

Well done to all students and staff for their hard work, dedication and commitment, and of course we'd like to add a sincere thank you to all of the parents and carers of our students who have helped to shoulder the burden of stress through the difficult exam period.

We have enrolled most students onto Sixth Form courses today. However, there are a limited number of places left. Please contact school via the website or email (reception@stjulies.org.uk or cpwillis@stjulies.org.uk) for further information.


A Level Results Day - Better By Half!
Aug 15, 2019

We've had tears of joy in school today as students have learned of their successes in the next step of their educational journey.

Overall, St. Julie's is delighted to celebrate an increase of half a grade in the average grade achieved by our students today, built on hard work, dedication and planned devleopment by all staff and students. 

Individually, it is wonderful for us to be able to share in the elation of our students as they finalise plans for university. We're congratulating Emily, reading Human Biology at Birmingham, Lizzie, who takes her top grades to Imperial to read Geology, Katherine, reading Biochemistry at Lancaster, Eve, who stays a little cloer to home reading Spanish and Politics at Liverpool, and many, many more.

We're very proud of the achievements of our students, and if you'd like to join them then it's not too late to apply for a place at our successful Sixth Form.