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.
Twenty of our Year 12 students have been accepted onto LJMU summer school this week - a fantastic way to find out what university is like!
During the summer school students will attend virtual lectures and seminars across a range of different disciplines and we look forward to hearing about their experiences on their return.
'The Parents’ Guide to....' provides parents and carers with the information they need to help their teenage children make the right choices to create successful futures after GCSE and sixth form.
Their online guides are designed to inform, involve and guide parental support. They include the most up to date information on topics such as apprenticeships, universities and revision techniques. To access the range of guides please click here: https://www.theparentsguideto.co.uk/.
The latest edition, 'The Parents' Guide to Summer', can be found here, and includes lots of items that are timely for the summer break!
Congratulations to the students of Bishop Eton for lifting the trophy at our 'Primary's Got Talent' competition!
The students clinched the title in the Performing Arts competition against some stiff competition. Well done to all of the participants - we hope you had as much as we did!
A pandemic did not stop our performers getting straight back to morning classes!
Our dance students have thoroughly enjoyed returing to morning sessions with our new choreographer, Miss Grimsditch.
Well done to all of them!
The final Friday LIVE @ 8:55 broadcast of the year took place in front of a live audience of Year 9 students. Taking Saturday Night Takeaway as its inspiration, this Sacred Time broadcast was presented by Abbie and Freya - our very own Ant and Dec - with Sarah as our guest announcer in the booth!
During the show, Mr Alderman was presented with the Archdiocese of Liverpool Secondary Headteacher of the Year Award - dedicating it to the whole school saying:
"a Headteacher can’t achieve anything without fantastic staff and wonderful students. So, although this has my name on it – this award is for all of us! And it’s nice to have someone else pat us on the back and recognise what we’re achieving!"
Then Miss Gawley announced the results of the overall Merit Cup Competition and the winners were...NUGENT!
The broadcast finished with The Julie Show prayer and a video extract from our favourite hymn "My Lighthouse" which we'll look forward to singing together one day!
Special thanks to the whole production team of Aoife, Enas, Grace, Georgia, Alex, Tess, Elle and Grace. Big shout out, too, to Hannah and Steph - our usual presenters and to Jen - our ace vision mixer - all of whom were unable to join us for this finale!
A video of this broadcast can be watched right here!
You may remember that in May our students planted some wildflowers in the school garden. This week they returned to assess how things have grown and bloomed.
The students learnt how gardening and spending time in nature can have a great impact on our mental health and wellbeing - as well as being great for the environment and bees!
Congratulations to Eve in Year 11 for a first prize win in the Big City Art Challenge!
The competition was open to both young and old across Liverpool and the idea was simple – all you needed to do was create a work of art that represents your hopes and dreams for the future, or perhaps what makes you truly happy, in order to spread some cheer as the nation emerges from the grips of a pandemic.
Eve's serene entry was gouache on card and represents calm after the pandemic, and her work certainly caught the imaginations of the independent panel of judges, who awared Eve first prize in the 13-18 category . Her prize is a lino-cutting kit and we are confident it will yield equally impressive results!
The National Careers Service is delivering a series of webinars for parents and carers whose children are receiving results this August.
It has been a challenging year for students and the National Careers Service want to equip parents and carers with advice to support their children on the day. Click the links below to sign up to one of the webinars and get:
Students in Year 8 have been sharing what an amazing Year Group they are!
They were asked by our Wellbeing Ambassadors what they felt made Year 8 a truly special Year Group and the response was overwhelmingly....Gr8!
The responses have been been collated into a fantastic display for all to see.
In the picture above you can see the fantastic display created by Miss Rimmer and Mrs Naylor along our Humanities corridor. It is a common misconception that studying Geography and History means you can only become a teacher. This shows you that there are many routes, including teaching, you can take if you study a Humanities subject.
For example – Did you know that Geography counts as another science? So you can become a doctor or work in another medical profession e.g. nursing, with Geography GCSE and A Level! Past pupil Megan studied A Level History as well as her sciences and is currently studying Medicine! Want to become a Lawyer/Solicitor? Studying a Humanities subject is strongly encouraged in order to get on to the degree course. We have had many past pupils who are either practising lawyers/solicitors or who are currently studying to become part of this profession.
Humanities subjects open many doors to a wide range of professions that you probably didn’t think of. The skills and knowledge you learn in Geography, History, Politics and Tourism are considered highly beneficial in any future employment you may find. Come and have a look at our careers board on the 3rd floor but also look at the front of the classroom in each of our Humanities rooms and see what skills, degree options and employment opportunities you can gain from studying Humanities, courtesy of Mrs Bashford. You may also have seen this information on our big screens around school in the last week too.
Past pupil Jessica has recently graduated from the University of Liverpool with a first class degree in Geography and we currently have past pupil Fay returned to us to do some work experience in preparation for her PGCE in 2022. Fay has just completed her second year at Lancaster University studying History. We have 5 pupils in our current Year 13 cohort going on to study a Humanities subject in university next year, so Humanities can take you anywhere!