Admissions for 2020 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.
As we are approaching the day on which results will be released to Year 13 students, we wanted to inform you of the information regarding the arrangements for the distribution of results, and the guidance that will be available to support students with their post-18 plans.
A Level Results Day will take place on Thursday 13 August 2020 (10:00am – 12:30pm) Students will receive a print out of their final calculated grades as awarded by the exam board. As outlined in Mrs McCourt’s recent letter, due to the exceptional circumstances regarding summer exams in 2020, students must attend unaccompanied in order to allow us to maintain social distancing measures.
Universities will confirm placements via Track but staff will be available on the day to discuss UCAS Clearing and/or other pathways which your son/daughter may wish to pursue. Please be reminded that there is the new ‘Clearing Plus’ tool via UCAS Track which will enable students to self release if they have already accepted a place and wish to change their course or university.
Arrangements for Results Day
Unfortunately we cannot have large groups of people mixing on site, therefore students will only be allowed on site for a maximum of thirty minutes. As stated previously, parents will not be allowed on site. Parents can wait outside school, but should avoid congregating in order to adhere to social distancing measures. Based on recent public health and LA advice, we will be operating a staggered system for results collection. Please note:
Results collection times
13A 10 – 10.25am
13B 10.25 – 10.45am
13C 10.45 -11.05 am
Please ensure that your daughter only attends at her allocated time:
UCAS Clearing and Clearing Plus
Students can browse courses in Clearing via www.ucas.com or sign up for clearing alerts via email with individual universities. Clearing Plus isn’t available for everyone – if students are unsuccessful with their application or are applying for the first time for a place in Clearing, they’ll be able to ‘view matches’. UCAS will look at the original choices students applied for, combined with their qualifications and grades. Universities and colleges have already told UCAS what courses they’d like to make available in Clearing Plus and the entry requirements for each one UCAS use this information to match students’ profiles to each course. If students are eligible – they’re unsuccessful or applying for the first time – they will see a button in Track, ‘See matches’. Once they press this, they’ll be able to see a full list of their matches. If they express an interest in a course, that university or college can contact them. However, please be aware that courses in Clearing fill up quickly, and students may not always receive a call.
Autumn Exam Series
An important feature of the overall arrangements this summer is the planned additional exam series in the autumn, which will provide an opportunity for students unable to receive a calculated grade, and others who would like the opportunity to improve their grade, to take an exam.
If your son/daughter wishes to sit an exam during the Autumn series, they will need to complete an Autumn Exam pro-forma and submit to Miss Brady (Exams Officer) email@example.com. by the following deadlines:
AS/A Level examinations – 4 September 2020
GCSE qualifications (except English and Maths) – 18 September 2020
GCSE English and Mathematics – 4 October 2020
AS/A Level Autumn examinations will start from 5 October to 23 October. GCSE Autumn examinations will start from 2 November to 23 November.
Forms will be available on Results Day and must be returned to the Exams Officer by the deadlines stated above.
Subject Access Request – Centre Assessment Grades
If a student requests information on their Centre Assessment Grades (submitted by school to the exam board in June 2020) they must complete a Centre Assessment Grade pro-forma and submit within 20 days (from Friday 14 August) to Mr Dave Brooks (Data Protection Officer). Students will not be able to access this information on results day. Only students can complete this form. It cannot be completed or signed by parent/carers due to data protection reasons.
Further information relating to estimated centre assessed grades, appeals and procedures can be found here.
Should you, your son or daughter require further support after results day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Liverpool ASD Training Team are offering transition workshops for Parents/Carers who wish to plan for the young person's return to school.
Available dates are:
Monday 10th August: 9:30-11:30am
Wednesday 12th August: 1:30-3:30pm
Tuesday 18th August: 9:30-11:30am
Thursday 20th August: 9:30-11:30am
Monday 24th August: 9:30-11:30am
The session will cover:
Planning for the transitions
Sensory regulation strategies
Strategies to support the transition
Booking is essential and can be done by contacting the team at email@example.com
Congratulations to all of this week's Stars of Lockdown, and thanks to Holly for sending us a picture!
Throughout the national lockdown we have celebrated the achievements of our students that have gone the extra mile. Congratulations again to all of them!
We are delighted to receive the Liverpool School Sports Partnership recognition award for our support of the School Games Programme during the Autumn and Spring Terms.
The programme allows students from a wide range of ages and abilities to compete in sports and games in a well supported environment, and it has long been a highlight in the calendar of our sports ambassadors who work hard to support the event.
Last week performing arts students tested their costumery mettle by taking on the challenge of recreating a famous film moment.
They took on blockbusters such as Titanic, Harry Potter and Chicago and were exceptionally creative with costume and editing effects, making the judging very difficult.
Congratulations to Holly and Scarlett in Year 9 whose imagination and attention to detail earned them the 1st place prize.
The St. Julie's School Community was saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Mrs Kate Griffin, Head Teacher at Christ the King Primary school.
The school have opened a book of condolence, details of which are available from our school Chaplaincy website.
Why not set aside some time to explore the Royal Society's Summer of Science programme?
The Royal Society is the oldest scientific institution in the world, and former presidents include Ernest Rutherford, Lord Kelvin, Sir Christopher Wren and Sir Isaac Newton, so you know that their lectures are going to be good!
On Friday, 10th July, 2020 - the last day of term for our students – staff from all areas of school life gathered with the students in the Peace Garden for an End of Year service.
In glorious sunshine, they reflected on the last few months, gave each other a round of applause, clapped for carers and keyworkers and held a minute’s silence for all who have died during this most difficult of years.
The school flag was lowered to half-mast as a sign of respect and it will be raised once more when school re-opens.
After a short reflection and prayer, our Peace Bell pealed to mark the end of the academic year. It will sound once more on our first day back in September to welcome students and staff to St. Julie’s once more.
Congratulations to all of our 'Stars of Lockdown' this week for their tremendous efforts in working from home!
A special thanks goes to Amber, Cara and Sophia for sending us in some photos to share. Well done!
With the end of the school year fast approaching, we would like to remind you about the Young Person’s Advisory Service (YPAS) with whom we work closely.
YPAS is a mental health and emotional well-being service supporting young people and families across Liverpool.
Some signs of low mood and anxiety may include irritability, sleeping too much or not enough, avoiding things they used to enjoy, isolating themselves from others, and excessive worry. If you have any concerns regarding your child, and would like to make a referral to access support from YPAS, please visit their website.