Admissions for 2021 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.
Congratulations to our creative writers who turned their skills to the horror genre to enter the Young Writer's 'Spine Chillers' competition.
We're delighted to accounce that 17 of the entries by St. Julie's students have been selected for publication in the anthology produced by Peterborough based publishers Bonacia.
Whether working from home or in school, don't forget that GCSEpod is full of fantastic resources ready for you to use.
You can access GCSEpod from directly within the VLE. Just click on your dashboard in the VLE and link is on the right and will automatically log you in!
Former St. Julie's student and TV actress Laura Morgan is offering private acting tuition sessions via Zoom.
Laura is RADA trained, and a genuine star of stage and screen, with credits including Black Mirror, The Hollow Crown, Victoria and Homeland.
Please be aware that these sessions are chargeable, and are not affiliated with St. Julie's. For further details, please contact Laura directly at email@example.com
Year 9 Art students have made a fantastic start to their GCSE project looking at Bugs and Beasts.
This week students learned how to creatively present their ideas and research in their new sketchbooks.
We really look forward to seeing how the project develops in the coming weeks!
The work featured in this story is by Cai and Emily. Well done!
Calling all potential youth activists! We are looking for you to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This is an initiative taking part in Liverpool and New York. It is your chance to have a say on what our planet will look like after Covid.
As part of the Global Goals Week – Liverpool is signing up to an initiative called 2030 Pioneers.
Sustainable development is all about meeting the needs of future generations and younger people need to be a much bigger part of those decisions being made.
As part of our commitment to Global Goals Week: Liverpool we are announcing 2030pioneers as a 12-month programme of learning and support for a group of passionate and talented young local leaders aged 12 - 24.
A small inaugural group of successful applicants will receive:
And you get your very own SDG pin badge!
So, why not you?
If the person applying is aged under 16, please also complete the parental consent and details sections.
You can also answer the same questions via a downloadable document available upon request, via video or audio, or by drawing your answers and sending directly by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to 2030pioneers, 2030hub, 23 Argyle Street, Liverpool, L1 5BL.
All applications must be received by midnight on Wednesday 23rd September 2020.
Successful applicants will be announced via www.the2030hub.com on Saturday 26th September 2020.
On Monday, 21st September, 2020 St Julie’s will be marking 6 months since lockdown – a challenging period during which so much has changed.
Mindful of social distancing, we are holding a service in the Chapel which will be beamed live into classrooms and offices around school. A small group of Year 9 students will take on the roles of presenters, performers, camera operators, vision and sound mixers.
As well as dance, a song and prayers, there will be a silence held to pay our respects to those who have died and a minute’s applause for local lockdown heroes amongst us.
While current regulations prevent us from singing congregationally, there will be the opportunity to SIGN along with a beautiful Makaton blessing prayer. (Makaton is a language programme that uses symbols, signs and speech to enable people to communicate.)
You can practise below:
Could you take a few moments to respond to a survey for young people from the Liverpool Safeguarding Childrens Partnership?
The LSCP are surveying for input into a new programme. Here's their brief:
"Upon being commissioned by the NSPCC, the LSCP Young Advisors hope to gather information on young people’s awareness of sexual abuse, and whether they feel the development of a new campaign to inform young people (11+) about the importance of healthy relationships, and peer to peer sexual abuse and consent would be successful or not.
The NSPCC currently promotes ‘Talk PANTS’ to children aged 4-8 years - www.nspcc.org.uk/pants and they would like to develop something for older young people that is about peer-to-peer relationships.
They are hoping to create a new set of resources which will help young people recognise unhealthy relationships and know where to go for support.
The Young Advisors would like input from young people to find out if they think a campaign would work, what would make it successful and any alternative ideas on what they think would be a good way to educate young people about sexual abuse/healthy relationships."
If you're able to help, you can find the anonymous survey here.
Owing to roadworks, the 615 will not be able to service stops on Gerrards Lane and Lydiate Lane from Monday 14th to Thursday 17th September.
Divertsions are as follows:
Omits: Gerrards Lane, and Lydiate Lane.
Omits: Lydiate Lane and Gerrards Lane.