Pupil Admissions 2017

Admissions for 2017

Admissions for 2017 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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English Schools Athletics Victory
May 22, 2017

The Junior Athletics Team have chalked up a victory in the first round of the English Schools Athletics competition!

The competition took place at the Oval in Bebington, and as winners of this round the team now progress to the North West of England regional final.

This takes place on Wednesday 14th June at Robin Park athletics stadium in Wigan. We'll keep you posted on their progress!

Another Huge Foodbank Donation!
May 22, 2017

On Tuesday, 16th May, 2017 six Year 7 pupils went to Tesco to buy lots of food and other essential items with the £423 that Gabriella raised over Easter. They filled 5 big trolleys and the minibus was packed with boxes. 

The following day, it all went to the Hope+ Foodbank store at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral where the shopping party was met by Nadine Daniels, who runs the foodbank, and Hassain – a wonderful volunteer from Iran.  They told us of the situations that cause people in this great city to have to come to the foodbank and it helped us understand a great deal more the importance of reaching out to our sisters and brothers. The need is so great that some of the boxes went straight into the Hope+ van for distribution that day.

Thanks to all involved: Gabriella, her mum, Alice, Ella, Tilli, Caitlin, Izobel, Emily, Mrs McCourt and to all who regularly contribute by living out our Mission Statement strand to make “fairness, care and compassion” central to the life of our Catholic learning community.

Backstage With The Everyman Company
May 19, 2017

Last night A Level Drama students got to see the fourth out of fifth Liverpool Everyman Company production of the season, The Sum.

After the show pupils met with the company for an exclusive question and answer session which explored audition techniques, acting advice and what the actors had learnt from being part of Liverpool resident acting company. 

We look forward to seeing the actors back on stage in their next production, Romeo and Juliet! 

Students Enjoy 'Billy Elliot'
May 17, 2017

This week 140 Performing Arts students went to see Billy Elliot, including our cast from the Christmas production.

We were lucky enough to secure a backstage tour for Olivia Murphy-Herdman and Sophie McCarthy who played our Billy and Michael.

Back stage the girls got to see the set and props for the show as well as watching the cast warm up and going on stage with Billy!

PFA Plant Sale
May 16, 2017

Thank you to all staff and parents who contributed to a very successful plant sale.

So far over £1600 has been raised to fund student facilities in the new build. 

Congratulations to BAFTA Nominated Jodie Comer!
May 14, 2017

We'd like to offer our sincerest congratulations to St. Julie's alumna Jodie Comer for her 2017 BAFTA TV nomination.

Since capturing TV roles whilst still a student here, Jodie's rise to fame has been meteoric, and a real testament to her prodigious talent and diligent work ethic. Her nomination for Leading Actress in BBC Drama 'Thirteen' saw her gracing the red carpet with some of the biggest names in film and television.

Unfortunately this wasn't to be Jodie's year, with the Leading Actress award ultimately going to Sarah Lancashire, but we're sure Jodie won't let this diminish her phenomenal achievement.

Congratulations on the nomination Jodie - we're all confident there will be more to come!

Professor Visits for Maths Workshop
May 12, 2017

Mathematicians in Year 10 have enjoyed a workshop with Professor Peter Giblin, emeritus professor of mathematics at the University of Liverpool.

The workshop was organised through the London Mathematical Society and during the session students explored the algebraic methods to prove why and how certain calculations were linked to multiples of 9.

GCSE Pod Launches
May 10, 2017

We are really excited to be able to launch a new learning resource today for our GCSE pupils.  

It is called GCSE Pod and is mapped across our curriculum.  All pupils are able to log on and create their own playlists fort their particular subjects.  There is an app available for many phones so they can be listening and revising on the go.

There is information available for parents/carers, including this quick start guide for parents and advice on how to quiz your child and we would encourage you to have a look and see how you can support your daughter. You can also learn more at the GCSE Pod website.

Sixth Formers In The Press
May 8, 2017

Did you catch the story in the Echo over the weekend about our Sixth Form Hillsborough talk?

We invited a Hillborough family member and a survivor into St. Julie's to talk about their experiences, and the event proved an emotional and inspirational one for everyone involved.

You can read Dan Kay's excellent piece in full at the Echo website.

Fabulous Time Had At Disney
May 8, 2017

The Disney crew had a fabulous time in Paris over the Easter break on their visit to Disneyland Paris.

It was a working holiday, with students taking part in musical theatre workshops with Disney professionals, but they took the opportunity to spend a day or two in the park as well!

A great time was had by all!