Pupil Admissions 2019

Admissions for 2019

Admissions for 2019 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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Correspondence from the Chair of Governors
Jul 20, 2018

Please click here to read a letter from the Chair of Governors that has been circulated today. The text of the letter is as follows:


20th July 2018

Dear Parents/Carers

On behalf of the Governing Body, I wish to inform you that our Headteacher, Mr Alderman, has been asked to take on an Executive Headship appointment with effect from 1st September 2018. The purpose of Mr Alderman's Executive Headship appointment is to support St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic High School following a recent Ofsted Inspection. Mr Alderman will be at both schools each day, spending half a day at each, during the academic year 2018-2019.

Please be assured that St Julie's will continue to be managed by the school's outstanding Leadership Team when Mr Alderman is at St Augustine's, and your daughter will continue to be provided with the highest quality education.

May I take this opportunity, on behalf of Governors and Staff, to wish you and your families an enjoyable, relaxing and safe summer.
We look forward to seeing your daughters upon their return to school in September.

Yours faithfully

Margaret Walsh SND
Chair of Governors

Singers Step Up To The Mic
Jul 20, 2018

We had a wonderful opportunity to hear from some new talents last night as the Performing Arts department staged their latest 'Open Mic' night.

The evening featured an eclectic set of 24 songs with a mixture of solos, duos, trios and quartets!

The singers and musicians enjoyed the solid backing of our house band for the full live performing experience.

Thanks to everybody who performed on the night, with special congratulations to the staff band for learning so many songs! Thanks go to Mrs Mannings for the photo gallery.

Year 8 Scientists Make Rainbows
Jul 20, 2018

Scientists in 8P4 have had a colourful end to the term by making rainbows.

Mr Perry’s chemistry class looked at pH and density, allowed the girls to create spectrums of colour as the alkali slowly fell through the acid.  

Greetings from New York!
Jul 20, 2018

Performing Arts students have brought back a host of happy memories from their five day trip to New York!

During the trip the students did some hard work in workshops on Broadway and enjoyed a performance of Mean Girls with an insightful Q&A session with members of the cast.

When in Manhattan it's good to squeeze in as much as possible, so the team also took in some sights including visits to the Empire State Building, Liberty Island and Central Park.

Year 7 Take The Lead Teaching Spanish
Jul 19, 2018

Year 7 saw change of face at the front of the classroom as a Spanish group enjoyed a lesson planned and delivered by their peers!

Macy and Ruby enthusiastically asked Ms Keeling if they could teach a Spanish lesson at the end of term, and with some minimal guidance they put together a range of super activities and resources linked to the topic of descriptions and family.

The students delivered a quiz to revise vocabulary, a reading activity based on celebrities and to finish they reinforced their learning with worksheets which they designed. 

This was a great lesson enjoyed by all, and St. Julie would surely be very proud!

Year 10 Get Constructive with Amey
Jul 19, 2018

Amey Engineering have hosted a group of our Year 10 students for an engaging enterprise event.

The day started with an introduction to the world of Engineering and the roles available at Amey and progressed through traffic sign bingo; creating a structure which would support the weight of a 1kg book using only cocktail sticks and fruit pastilles; identification of hazards on a construction site; building a structure outdoors to the height of the smallest girl in the Group and ending with a chat and brief demo of the work of three very different engineering sectors upstairs!

With great prizes and a feast at lunchtime all of the students had a fantastic day. Thanks to Sonia Smith, Kerry, Aiofe and Sean at Amey. 

The Pilgrims return!
Jul 19, 2018

At the end of the GCSE exams, most year 11 students around the country just chill, take it easy and get bored within a couple of weeks.  Not so, at St. Julie’s!  34 Year 11 students along with 4 members of staff headed off to Rome for an adventure in the Eternal City.

In a packed itinerary they visited the catacombs, the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums (including the Sistine Chapel) and the Trevi Fountain.   The high point (quite literally) of the visit for many was climbing up the 551 steps to the top of the Dome of St. Peter’s from which there was an awesome panoramic view of Rome.

Oh, and there was plenty of pasta, pizza and gelato as well as an extremely popular shopping trip to Sephora!

Next year, a new set of pilgrims will venture to Rome to mark the 50th anniversary of the canonisation of Julie Billiart after whom our school is named!

Year 10 Celebrate Mandela Day
Jul 18, 2018

On Wednesday 18th July 2018, Year 10 Chaplaincy Prefects organised a range of activities to celebrate 100 Years since the birth of Nelson Mandela. 

A cake sale at break time raised £50.00 and an art competition that was held for year 7 students was won by Elif, pictured with her winning design. 

Form tutors also got the change to deliver a presentation that was made by the prefects to all students in school.

Flying the Flag for St. Julie
Jul 17, 2018

In honour of St. Julie's birthday, a team of 12 students and 3 staff are visiting the Heritage Centre in Namur, Belgium, to learn about St. Julie's life and work.

The team have visited the Convent of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and the first school that St. Julie founded. 

The flag that you can see in the photos below is the same flag that we took to Namur in 2016 as part of the Year of St. Julie festivities that celebrated the legacy that Julie left us for 200 years after her death in 1816.

The students are carrying a Notre Dame cross with them throughout the day, which included a river cruise of the Meuse, the river that runs alongside Namur. You can see in the photo that the cruiser is passing through the system of locks that enables river traffic to negotiate the weir.

One of the photos shows that the students had reached the steps of the Heritage Centre, and discovered more about the amazing story within, under the guidance of the Curator, our Chair of Governors Sr Margaret Walsh SND.

Thank you to the staff and students for representing us on this special occasion. 

Now Festival: The Tour!
Jul 17, 2018

Following their winning performance at the 'Now Festival', our Performing Artists have taken the show on the road!

The piece, that drew on all disciplines in the Performing Arts, explored Mental Health and the world of Young Carers. As the winner of the best musical performance at the festival, the performers visited Secondary Schools within Liverpool to give the moving piece a wider audience.