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 2020 admissions, the previous admissions arrangements can be found here.
Every week we publish a newsletter to parents telling our stories of what has been going on in our school community. Why not look through some of the latest ones below.
At the end of last term, we held a service to mark the end of the most challenging of school years. Students and staff gathered in the Peace Garden, sounded the Peace Bell and observed a silence in honour of those who had suffered through the pandemic. The school flag was lowered to half-mast.
Today, as all students returned for the first time since 20th March, the Peace Bell sounded again to welcome them back. Some of our Sixth Formers raised the school flag to its full height once more as a symbol of our being back – ready for learning.
We wish all a successful year!
It was a great pleasure to welcome our newest members of the school community as fully fledged Year 7 students today!
Our students arrived in strength, with 98% attendance, and conducted themselves with distinction. The first day of learning allowed students to get to know their form tutors and each other, as well as meeting some of their subject teachers for the first time and getting a taste of what life at St. Julie's is going to be like.
With our Year 7 students being the first full year group to experience teaching under our new arrangements for September, we will be in the unusual situation of our older students looking to our younger students as an example of how to work smoothly within them.
Thank you to all of our new students for giving us a fantastic day to begin the year with!
We're looking forward to welcoming our Year 7 and Sixth Form students on Wednesday 2nd September and all students on Thursday 3rd September.
All staff return on Tuesday 1st September for INSET. The latest version of the risk assessment for staff and students returning to school can be found in the Parent section, or here.
More specific arrangements can be found in the letters linked in this newsletter.
Changes in Government guidance permits Merseytravel Supported Services to schools to return to pre covid 19 capacity levels. Social Distancing will not apply to dedicated services to schools but it is mandatory for school children to wear face coverings (unless covered by one of the valid exemptions).
Whilst social distancing is not mandatory, they will still encourage this where possible.
Vehicles where possible will operate with open vents and windows at all times.
Children using bus services will be expected to tender the correct fare or present a valid concessionary or prepaid ticket to travel. Contactless payment is also promoted where this is an option.
Government guidance through the pandemic has required transport operators enhance the cleaning of service vehicles, particularly around frequent touch points. These arrangements have been in place for some time.
Transport operators are required to have a risk assessment in place for service operation and in the pandemic that extends to mitigating risks associated with Covid19. Mersey travel have requested that operators continuously review and keep this information available as they restart school services.
Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students who today reaped the rewards of their hard work after much turbulence and uncertainty.
We're hugely proud of the students who can be confident that their teachers worked tirelessly to award grades that are rigorous, objective, fair and evidenced.
We hope our students take the time to celebrate responsibly before preparing for the continuation of their studies, and we're very delighted to be welcoming so many of the students back into St. Julie's for Sixth Form study.
We'd like to share a working document with parents regarding arrangements for teaching in September.
A printed copy of this document will be circulated to parents and carers through the post.
Woolton Tuition, based in Woolton Village are accepting and distributing items of surplus school uniform for many local schools, including St. Julie's.
If you would like to either donate, or accept some of the many items that they have, lots of which are unused, please see the details below.