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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Year 7 Get On Their Bikes
Jun 23, 2017

Merseytravel and Bikeability have visited St. Julie's this week to give some level 2 and 3 cycling proficiency coaching to a total of 30 Year 7 studens who all passed with flying colours!

Thank you to Miss Bennett for organising the sessions and especially to our students whose behaviour, enthusiasm and level of skill and road sense that were, according to the tutors, examplary.


More Athletics Success at Liverpool City Championships
Jun 21, 2017

Our athletics teams have brought back another haul of medals, this time from the Liverpool City Championships.

Whilst we're still waiting on the overall results from the event at Litherland, the students were very happy to bring back 33 medals!


Check Out Our Mug Shots!
Jun 21, 2017

The D&T Resistant Materials department will undergo a few changes in our new school in September which includes the purchase of some new equipment to enhance the delivery of the subject at key stage three.

Pupils have been trialling a new dye-sublimation project where pupils have designed a logo using CAD (computer aided design) software which is then transferred onto a ceramic mug using the dye-sub (heat transfer) process mentioned above. The final product is then packaged using a net designed on our Camm 1 vinyl cutters. 

The whole project has been supported by appropriate design and research sheets which have a direct link to our Key Stage Four Graphics course should the students opt into that direction in year nine.

Our latest pupil voice survey suggests that those trialling the project which will go live in September enjoyed the experience very much. We think the results speak for themselves!


St. Julie's Becomes Part of Thousand Voice Choir
Jun 21, 2017

On Thursday, 15th June, twenty one members of our wonderful Musical Theatre Company went along to the Metropolitan Cathedral to be part of a 'thousand voice choir' specially recruited to sing at the Good Shepherd Mass.

This Mass is organised by and celebrates the work of Nugent (formerly Nugent Care) who provide residential care, education, training and support for many vulnerable people throughout the city.  Incidentally, it is after the founder of this organisation, Fr James Nugent, that our own Nugent forms are named! 

Our singers had practised for a number of weeks with a member of the Cathedral music staff coming in to teach them the challenging pieces of music that were sung.  Needless to say, our young people were terrific throughout the day and played their part well!


Athletes Continue Sparkling Performance
Jun 16, 2017

Our Junior Athletics Team are continuing their impressive season, with a growing haul of medals.

A win in the first round of the English Schools athletics competition at the Oval in Bebington set up an entry in the North West of England final. Despite a fantastic effort the competition against the top twelve schools in the region proved too stiff and the girls felt disappointed with a hard fought eighth place.

This doubled their resolve in further competition, and they bounced back with a sterling performance in the Liverpool City Championship from which they brought back 36 medals to add to the 44 medals earned at the Merseeyside Catholic Games.


Back Us For Book Tokens!
Jun 16, 2017

We've entered a competition run by National Book Tokens to win up to £5,000 worth of books for our school.

If you'd like to help us out just fill in the form at this link and nominate our school!


Year 7 In Wonderland
Jun 14, 2017

Year 7 students have had an enchanting afternoon watching 'Wonderland The Musical'.

The production at the Empire Theatre was visited as part of the musical theatre training programme, and our students will benefit greatly from the learning experience as well as having lots of fun!


Year 12 Students Visit Liverpool Hope
Jun 13, 2017

A group of Year 12 students have spent the day at Liverpool Hope University learning about progression routes and higher education.

Workshops included budgeting and finance, applying to university and writing a personal statement. Hope University ambassadors also provided our sixth formers with guided campus tours so they could learn more about university life, facilities and accommodation. 


Chapel Glass on the Move
Jun 13, 2017

In honour of the importance that our Chapel has in the life of our community the process of moving some of the stained glass to our new Chapel has begun.

The Chapel is a vital spiritual space in our school and indeed for many students their first welcome to St. Julie's and their celebratory farewell have all taken place within its walls. 

In this spirit we have ensured that our brand new building features a Chapel that forms a physical as well as a spiritual centre to our building. To celebrate the unbroken strand of Notre Dame education since St. Julie Billiart's work began we are remounting some of the stained glass from the original Chapel as feature pieces in the new Chapel.

We're excited to see how they look, and we hope you'll come and see them too!


7 Elizabeth Return to Marie Curie
Jun 13, 2017

Students in 7 Elizabeth have returned to Marie Curie with Miss Stephenson to perform again for the amazing volunteers where they sang and danced to a selection of scenes from their 'Grease' performance. 

We would like to thank Marie Curie for this opportunity - we had so much fun!