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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Emergency Service from 7 Rigby
Jan 22, 2020

7 Rigby presented a wonderfully thought out assembly in the Chapel on the Emergency Services on Tuesday this week.

They alerted us to the crucial roles that the Police, Paramedics and Fire Fighters play in keeping us safe and how, sometimes unfortunately, they are not respected by the very people they are serving. 

Using a mix of commentaries, slides, video clips and role play, 7 Rigby skilfully linked their ideas and even related what they were talking about to the wildfires in Australia.  It was an excellent assembly well received by the rest of Year 7.   

It closed with the following prayer:

 Loving God,
We give thanks for the dedication, courage and compassion
of all who work in the Emergency Services. 

They are ordinary people doing extraordinary work!

May their jobs give them satisfaction!
May their example inspire others!
May the communities they serve make them feel valued and appreciated!

We ask St. Julie to join her prayers to ours as we say:

St. Julie: pray for us, protect us and bless us.


Called To Confirm?
Jan 15, 2020

On Wednesday, 15th January, 2020, we were delighted to receive a visit from ANIMATE - the Youth Ministry Team from the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

ANIMATE, led by Fr Simon Gore, came in to launch with Year 8 students the new process of inviting and preparing students for the Sacrament of Confirmation - an important event in the life of Catholic young people where they have the opportunity to confirm the promises made for them when they were baptised. 

ANIMATE presented a fantastically engaging assembly around the ideas of gifts and qualities that can't be quantified but which are important nonetheless. 

There was no shortage of volunteers as games of Never Mind the Buzzcocks and The Price is Right were played and we even had our very own Josie the Builder - constructing a lego house.  Can she fix it?  Yes she can! 

The process of being confirmed is explained in this letter.  Enrolment is done online at www.liverpoolcalled.co.uk

It is, of course, a choice and more information is available by contacting Mr Anderson, our Lay Chaplain at school.


St. Julie - on the move
Jan 14, 2020

With Year 11 Mock GCSE Exams starting this week, some of last year's Year 11 students - now enjoying their own studies in Year 12 - carried our statue of St. Julie from the Chapel to the Sports Hall.   

This is so St. Julie can be looking over the candidates facing this dress rehearsal for GCSE exams later in the year.   It also gives Year 11 students a focal point to look to for re-assurance, calm and encouragement if they are having a difficult or blank moment.  

So, why Year 12 and not premises staff?   Well, the Year 12 students know exactly what it's like to be in exams and this is a tradition that has developed over the last couple of years.  It's one way the Year 12 students can give back to the Year 11s who - next year - will take on the responsibility for the year below them!     

Thanks to Lucy, Sinead, Anya, Liv, Holly, Anna, Katie and Sophie for stepping forward to 'serve the good God well' in this way!


A Sterling Run From Neave!
Jan 14, 2020

Congratulations to Neave in Year 11 who has collected some silverware at the Northern Indoor Athletics Championships.

The tournament was held at EIS Sheffield last weekend, and Neave ran to a very strong silver medal position in the U17 300m event. Well done!


Farewell to 2019 - The Year of the Saint
Jan 13, 2020

2019 – the Year of the Saint is at an end!   So, after an action-packed year the Year of the Saint flag was lowered by Head Girl, Lily, aided by Niamh and Antonella, Heads of Dorothy and Rigby House respectively.

The Year of the Saint gave us the opportunity to celebrate the 50 years that have passed since Marie Rose Julie Billiart was canonised in Rome by Pope Paul VI to become St. Julie – our St. Julie!  

This anniversary year included pilgrimages to Rome, to Namur and Amiens, a special mass at our Cathedral, the presentation of specially commissioned statues to our local parishes and the opening of the tower in the Peace Garden.

The Year of the Saint flag was replaced by that of our newly crowned House Champions – Maria - and Hannah (Head of House) raised it on a very windy day!  This is the third term in a row that Maria has triumphed.  Just who is going to knock them off their perch?


Year 8 Student Through to 'Greatest Dancer' Semis!
Jan 13, 2020

Congratulations to Ruby in Year 8 for making it through to the semi-final stages of 'The Greatest Dancer'.

Ruby performed as part of the ensemble dance group 'JJ Acrobatics' in the BBC national dance competition. We wish her and her teammates the very best of luck in the next round!


Next Round for 'Big Dance Off'
Jan 10, 2020

After entering our dance number 'Seize the day' from our school musical 'This is Liverpool' we are happy to announce we have got through to the next round of the Big Dance Off national competition.

Last year we were placed 7th in the KS3 heat. This year we are entering the KS4 heat.

There are still two round before the final showcase. Good luck to our Dance company. 


Thanks from Micah Foodbank
Jan 7, 2020

Mr Alderman has received a very nice letter of thanks from Paul O'Brien, Executive Director of Micah Liverpool, for our recent Christmas donation.

The text of the letter reads:

"I am writing to pass on my warmest thanks to the pupils, parents and staff of St Julie's for your Christmas donations to Micah Liverpool Food Bank. I was overwhelmed with the amount of food that was donated which filled two vans.

It's often a difficult time of year for the guests using our foodbank and the items collected are very much appreciated. Your pupils have helped other children who are less fortunate than themselves to have a little treat this Christmas.

As an independent foodbank we are totally reliant on the kindness of others to help feed local people who are in the most need. Across our two pantries we usually expect to see about 800 people a month and therefore any food and supplies donated really help us to support local residents and families.

Thank you for thinking of us when you were donating, we're incredibly grateful and hope thatyou will think of us again in the future if you are able.


Yours Sincerely,
Paul O'Brien"

We're glad that the magnificent collection effort was so worthwhile and extend the thank you to everybody who has donated to give so many people a better Christmas.


Runaway Success for CAFOD!
Dec 27, 2019
While others were snuggled inside in post-Christmas recovery mode, around 300 runners, walkers and dogs(!) gathered at Wavertree Park for the annual CAFOD Funrun!

It started at 1pm on Friday, 27th December and a team from St. Julie’s was on hand to give them St. Julie’s water, jelly babies and plenty of encouragement.  

The event was started by author Frank Cottrell Boyce who wrote Millions as well as the script for the 2012 London Olympic Opening Ceremony!

Special thanks to Lauren, Kate, Katie, Abi, Paige, Anna and Holly who gave up time to be part of this fantastic event.

Deck The Halls!
Dec 25, 2019

On the first day of the Christmas holidays, Sixth Formers Chloe, Caitlyn, Sarah, Zoe, Abbie and Tyler headed out early to St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Woolton to help transform it into the most festive of Christmas Dinner venues.

Tables were moved, set up, covered, laid and decorated. Chairs were covered and the kitchen prepared for the feast which was to follow.

It was all in preparation for the Christmas Day gathering for local people who might otherwise have been alone.  We believe it was a great success so a huge thanks to our wonderful team of St Julie’s elves!