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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
St Julie's has been named 'Green School of the Year' at the Liverpool Echo's 2021 Environmental Awards!
St Julie’s was nominated as a finalist in the Liverpool Echo Environmental Awards 2021, under the category of green School of the Year. St Julie’s have done a lot to contribute to mitigating the carbon emissions in school and educating the students about their role as a Global Citizen. And then...
The school was recognised for implementing a new curriculum in Year 9, called Global Citizenship, where the students learn about the causes and impacts of climate change. They have helped to plant a hedgerow in school to increase the biodiversity on site and they are promoting a number of initiatives to reduce waste in school, such as recycling their plastic bottles.
St Julie’s has a solar farm on the roof of the sports Hall to generate energy for use within the school and this was also part of the award that was received.
Let the year 9 Global Citizenship Ambassadors tell you more: