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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Golden Days Continue
Dec 9, 2019

On Sunday, 8th December, 2019, Mr Alderman was accompanied to Our Lady of the Annuciation Parish, Bishop Eton, by 6th Form students Natasha and Niamh to continue the presentation of golden commemorative statues of St. Julie to our local parish communities.

These golden statues mark the 50th anniversary of the canonisation of St. Julie and their distribution has formed part of our Year of the Saint celebrations which have seen pilgrimages to Rome (where we got a shout out from the Pope) and to Namur and Amiens in the footsteps of St. Julie and fellow founder, Francoise Blin de Bourdin.   

Natasha and Niamh were there to represent the senior students of our school who form The 1804 Society.  They presented the statue to parish priest Fr Tim Buckley – whose order, The Redemptorists, invited the Sisters of Notre Dame to England in 1845! We pray that this long association will continue.

We hope this statue of The Smiling Saint will be a focus for prayer for parishioners for years to come.

Lighting the Lights at Hunts Cross!
Dec 5, 2019

On Friday 29th November 2019 our Year 8 Dance Club students went to Hunts Cross Community Garden to perform at the Christmas lights switch on.

The students performed with confidence and enthusiasm which was rewarded with a huge round of applause from the local community.

Congratulations to all who participated - this event definitely got us in the mood for Christmas!

Netballers Flying High!
Dec 5, 2019

Congratulations to our netball teams who recorded a clean sweep of three wins against teams from Archbishop Blanch.

Playing under the floodlights on our netball courts, the 7A team won 3-2, the 7B team won 4-0 and the 8A team won by a staggering 19-3!

Well done to all of the talented players, and we wish you well for your next fixture.

Going for Gold at Gymnastics
Dec 4, 2019

A team of six gymnasts have competed against other Liverpool schools this week, with remarkable results!

Holly, Ava and Jasmine in Year 7 and Ruby, Kenzie and Cerys in Year 8 competed in an LSSP Gymnastics competition this week at Broughton Hall competing against other Liverpool Schools.

The students had to perform either a solo or duo gymnastic floor routine demonstrating competition critieria in their performances.

The competitors have worked tirelessly both during and after school to perfect their gymnastics routines. It paid off as Ruby won gold in 'Advanced Solo', Holly won gold in 'Solo' and Kenzie and Cerys won gold in 'Advanced Duo'. All of the  performances from our students were fantastic and everyone was talking about the girls from St. Julie's!

We're hoping next years competition will be bigger and better so we can bring home the gold again!

Students Meet Inspiring Women
Dec 3, 2019

10 students across Year 9 and Year 10 attended  ‘Inspiring Women’s day on  26th November.

The event, organised by engineering consultancy firm Curtins, invited students from high schools across Liverpool to hear from guest speakers and engage in interactive workshops. Their guest speakers were all women who work in traditionally male dominated careers.

The aim of the event was for the speakers to share their experiences and pass on any advice they have for our young women.  

The event aimed to show attendees interesting career opportunities through real life experiences which they may not have previously considered. The event was hosted by Stacey Copeland; a female Commonwealth Boxing champion who is also Head of Pupil Wellbeing at a secondary school and a radio host. 

Year 7 Student Represents GB in Tokyo!
Nov 29, 2019

We'd like to send all our best wishes with Amy in Year 7 as she jets off to Tokyo to represent Great Britain at the trampolining World Championships!

Already an experienced gymnast, Amy fought back from initial rejection when she transitioned to trampolining three years ago, performing now at an international standard.

Amy is competing in the 11-12 category at the FIG World Championships at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre in Tokyo, Japan, alongside the best trampolinists in the world. We're also proud to say that she was still in school on Friday!

Good luck Amy!

Putting Wellbeing Ideas Into Action
Nov 29, 2019

This week our wellbeing ambassadors met to collate the suggestions of their peers.

There were some great discussions on how our school environment could support the wellbeing of all. It was also an opportunity for students to talk about what is already happening in school and the great impact it has on them.

Our ambassadors are taking their roles seriously and are all committed to making a positive change!

Grappling With New Skills
Nov 28, 2019

Some of our Year 10 PE students have been grappling with new techniques at Aspire Combat Sports Academy.

The masterclass gave the students, who are thinking of going into a sport related profession, the chance to meet with professionals who work on a daily basis with elite athletes.

The students then had a taster self-defence crash course delivered by the academy coaches which gave the girls an insight into their unique fundamental movements programme.

Poppy Appeal Total Counted
Nov 26, 2019

Thank you all of the staff, students and visitors who supported the Poppy Appeal in St. Julie's, which has raised £146.22.

The donated funds will be directed by the Royal British Legion in their important work.

KJT On Sports Personality Shortlist!
Nov 25, 2019

Former student Katarina Johnson Thompson has been shortlisted for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award!

After her outstanding World Championship win earlier this year, Katarina is shortlisted alongside fellow athlete Dina Asher-Smith and leading figures from Cricket, Rugby, Football and Motor Racing.

The result will be determined by public vote and announced at the Awards Ceremony in Aberdeen on the 15th December.

Good luck Kat!