|Oct 16, 2020: Year 9 Parents Evening Download Attachment|
|Oct 16, 2020: Humanutopia Year 9 and 10 Event|
|Oct 14, 2020: Liverpool City Council ASD Virtual Advisory Sessions|
|Oct 6, 2020: Letter to all Parents from Liverpool Children's Services Download Attachment|
|Oct 6, 2020: Covid-19 Letter from the Headteacher Download Attachment|
St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment
This week we celebrated the graduation of our students who have successfully completed their Brilliant Club Scholars' Programme with outstanding results.
Within the programme students explore research based learning techniques that most students will only meet at University level, and along the way they have developed valuable skills in resilience, independent research, critical thinking, verbal communication and essay writing - all fundamental to success in higher education.
For their projects the students have worked with world class researchers, and our students were lucky enough to enjoy a personal message of congratulation from Matthew Agwae at the University of Liverpool, who worked with the students studying haematological based projects.
Our other strand of research was exploring "gender passing and the body in the nineteenth century" under Billie-Gina Thomason, which explored concepts that many people believe to be solely contemporary and how they were presented and perceived in the nineteenth century.
The Scholars' Programme is very demanding at the best of times, but graduates from this cohort faced the additional challenges presented by remote working, as much of their work was carried out throughout the period of national lockdown.
We are hugely proud of their achievements and look forward to seeing their new skills being applied in their studies!