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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Anti Bullying Week
Nov 17, 2017

Following the very successful Odd Socks day on Monday the girls have kindly donated over £100 to the antibullying alliance. Well done!

The students have also received anti bullying badges, had assemblies about awareness of bullying, and also discussed this during this week's Collective Worship within each form.

Thanks to all the girls for showing great support to ensuring every pupil is special but equal!


Students Raise Over £300 for Children In Need
Nov 17, 2017

Students have once again shown their generosity by digging deep for Children in Need.

Today saw a dazzling array of colour as students were able to accessorise with spotty colours and members of our Sixth Form had the opportunity to wear pyjamas in return for a donation.

We've proudly raised over £300!


Gary Mannings Masterclass for Year 10
Nov 17, 2017

Food and Nutrition students in Year 10 have given their presentation skills a boost with a Masterclass from Top Merseyside Chef Gary Mannings.

Gary took some time out from his Executive Chef role at restaurants like 60 Hope Street to run a workshop on presentation of desserts. He also discussed suppliers and food miles, the implications of seasonality on professional catering and where to get the best microherbs!

The students were very receptive to the new ideas and we hope you think the results speak for themselves!


Students Join City Remembrance
Nov 17, 2017

On Remembrance Day, Sunday 13th November, St. Julie’s paid respects to the fallen through our Head Girl, Megan, and Deputy Head Girl, Oonagh, at the City of Liverpool Service of Remembrance and Dedication at St. George’s Hall.

The service was moving as ever with poppies, wreaths, music, prayers and marching by uniformed organisations including serving and former armed forces personnel.  

One of the most poignant moments was when Joey (the War Horse puppet from the play of the same name by Michael Morpurgo) honoured the wreaths laid by dipping his head.

Before and after the service, Megan and Oonagh bumped into various dignitaries including  Archbishop Malcolm, Anglican Bishop Paul Bayes and Mayor Joe Anderson - who is a very strong supporter of St. Julie's and who was instrumental in ensuring our new school building was constructed!

It was a very special day and St. Julie’s was proud to be a part of it.

They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old.

Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn

At the going down of the sun and in the morning

We will remember them.  We will remember them.


Odd Socks for Antibullying Week
Nov 14, 2017

On Monday years 7, 8 and 9 kick started Antibullying Week here at St Julie’s.

An odd socks day was held across Key Stage 3 to celebrate the diversity of our school community. Odd socks were used to show how everyone is equal but everyone is different and that our differences make us all special and not something to separate us.

All donations received will be sent to the Anti Bullying Alliance. 


Sixth Form Devise Trip To Cadbury World
Nov 14, 2017

On Monday 13 November the Sixth Formers from St. Julie's took a trip to Cadbury World as part of their A Level course in Travel and Tourism. 

The A2 pupils have to organise an event for their coursework this year, so they chose to organise taking the AS pupils to Cadbury World!  The focus of the trip was on the customer service that Cadbury World offers to its visitors, as AS pupils have to investigate a company and evaluate its customer service provision. 

We observed lots of great customer service in action, and had a presentation and talk from staff there about their work, and it was a great success, both in terms of the organisational skills of the A2 group, and in terms of providing excellent material for the AS pupils to use in their coursework. 

The success of the day may have also been helped by chocolate being given out to us all on numerous occasions as we visited the attraction! 


Students Perform at Everyman
Nov 13, 2017

Last week pupils performed as part of the 'Hidden Voice' project at the Everyman Theatre.

The project is a thought provoking production exploring the experiences of people with dementia, and is a collaboration between the Everyman, the RLPO, Music in Mind and five partner schools who each presented a dramatic interpretation of Dementia.

We're justly proud of the outstanding performance by our students.


Catholic Choir Competition
Nov 13, 2017

The theatre has been filled with beautiful choral sounds as rehearsals are now underway for the forthcoming Catholic Choirs competition.

We'll bring you more details on the competition nearer the time.


Remembrance Day Marked
Nov 10, 2017

The school community marked Remembrance Day today with a wreath laying ceremony.

Students from Year 7 gathered in the Theatre whilst representatives laid poppy wreaths from each student house and the staff before the flag bearing members of the 1804 Society.

The flags were dipped during the perfectly observed minute's silence.

The soundtrack played during the ceremony was replayed in all classrooms giving all students the opporunity to participate in today's Remembrance act.


Knitted Poppies for Remembrance Day
Nov 9, 2017

8 Nugent have sold hand made knitted poppies for Remembrance Day this week.

Cara and Ciara sold the poppies that were knitted by Mrs O'Brien's nan to Year 7 and Year 8 students raising a massive £105.