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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Year 10 Show Their Kindness
Jan 18, 2018

10 Rigby led an assembly to their year group this week on the very important topic of KINDNESS.

The girls discussed how kindness is a key ingredient in school life as it makes us feel good about ourselves, both as givers and receivers. As one of the Year 10 presenter's said: 'As minds and bodies grow, it’s abundantly clear that children require a healthy dose of the warm kindness to thrive as healthy, happy, well-rounded individuals'.

The girls presenting encouraged everyone in Year 10 to get involved, including the teachers, by setting up a KINDNESS CHALLENGE where everyone in Year 10 acknowledges an act of kindness that has been done to them by passing an act of kindness onto another - 'we are hoping for a boomerang effect' said one Year 10 student. 

The challenge has been accepted; let's see how we all do! 

Merseyside Indoor Athletics Competition
Jan 17, 2018

Congratulations to the Year 7 and 8 indoor athletics teams for a great performance in their qualifiying rounds.

The year 7 team came 4th overall. They came 1st in 7 of the track events and 2nd in one. The team included Amelie, Matilda, Sophia, Faye,  and Liv.

The year 8 team came 1st in 4 track events, 2nd in 3 and 3rd in one. They finished 4th overall. The team included Faye, Hannah, Rebecca, Jemma and Keira.

Both teams have qualified for the next round.

Safety Tips from 7 Rigby
Jan 17, 2018

Mr Boyden’s Form, 7 Rigby, led a stunning assembly in the Chapel this week on the Mission Statement focus of Safety and Security.

Every member of the Form was involved and the assembly included a quiz, a bible reading, “My Lighthouse” which is fast becoming an anthem, placards, reflections, a video they made themselves and a heartfelt prayer!

Congratulations to all involved in this mega production, especially the core group who have spent lunchtimes, before and after Christmas, planning for this quite outstanding assembly. 

You can see their Safety Top Tips video below!

Hard Work Pays Off!
Jan 17, 2018

Since the start of the Academic Year in September, staff at St. Julie's have awarded our hard working students over 10,000 merits and commendations!

We decided to give a prize to the recipient of the 10,000th commendation, and as Katie and Amelia received the ten thousandth and ten thousand and first merits less than a minute apart, we decided to reward them both!

Congratulations to them and all of our meritorious students for their hard work and good conduct this year.

Congratulations to Bird College Applicant
Jan 17, 2018

Congratulations to Lucy Kinsella in Year 13 who has been accepted into Bird College of Dance, Music and Theatre Performance!

The prestigious college offers a superb grounding for theatrical work, and we wish Lucy every success with her course and forthcoming exams.

In to Win!
Jan 17, 2018

Congratulations to Leah and Amber, the winners of our Autumn term attendance raffle!

All students gained an entry into the raffle for each complete week of 100% attendance they achieved. The more they more, the more chances to win!

Our lucky winners in the draw on the last day of term won some shopping vouchers for Liverpool One. 

Cupcakes for a Cause!
Jan 15, 2018

Students in 7 Dorothy baked and sold  dozens of cakes, cookies and other treats to raise money for West Derby charity Zoe's Place.

Everyone participated, making the break time bake sale a sweet success. Their hard work raised over £73 for Zoe's place, who send a thank you from all those families that this money will support.

Well done to all the students for their charity cookery! 

Team St. Julie's at CAFOD Fun Run
Jan 15, 2018

Two days after Christmas most people are taking it easy, chilling, resting after their Christmas celebrations.  However, twelve people calling themselves Team St. Julie’s were up and about and at Wavertree Park making sure the annual CAFOD funrun went well. 

Team St. Julie’s offered jelly babies and water to the runners, strollers, pram pushers, toddlers and dog walkers as they perambulated the park!   They also gave out certificates and waved flags as they cheered home those who braved a very cold day to raise money for our sisters and brothers across the world supported by CAFOD!

The Team also bumped into author and longtime CAFOD supporter, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, fresh from his victorious appearances in Celebrity University Challenge!

Thanks to Mrs McCourt and the two youngest members of the team – Finn and Orlaith – as well as Bridie, Megan, Emma, Sarah, Eva, Ava, Rafaa and Maisie.    Thanks also to all the parents who got them there!

Advent Service Brings 2017 To A Close
Dec 23, 2017

The school community has gathered together as one body for the first time in our new building for a moving Advent service led by Mr Anderson.

The service explored the consequences of dementia though an emotive and highly expressive dance peformance, alongside some beautiful performances from our school choir.

During the service, students offered the donations for the Hope+ Foodbank that we have gathered during December - a collection that filled the van to bursting!

Thank you to everyone who worked hard in preparation for the service that led us so serenely into the Christmas break.

You're Going To Need A Bigger Van...
Dec 23, 2017

We'd like to offer a huge thank you to all of our Christmas Angels in the form of our students and wider school community for their incredibly generous support for the Hope+ Foodbank.

The offering of items during our Advent Service soon swamped the stage and it needed some clever packing and crossed fingers to shoehorn all the items into the van that was full to bursting!

Your donations will help to give a happier Christmas to all of the guests of Hope+ and we in turn wish you a very Happy Christmas indeed.