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.
Humanities work has been flying in, virtually!
Pupils are really engaging in their learning across KS3, 4 and 5 and this shows the dedication of our pupils to their learning. The quality and quantity of the work has been phenomenal.
Year 9 Geographers have been completing work on the VLE but also on Seneca Learning, a fantastic online platform available for most subjects and specifications to help pupils recall, retrieve and assess their knowledge. The average score for our pupils so far in their assignment has been 84%, with many achieving full marks!
Also, great effort from Imogen in Year 11, Noor in Year 10, Annabel, Stephanie and Scarlett in Year 9, Lauren and Lexie in Year 8 and Leila, Wenxi, Tegan, Jessica and Abi in Year 7. Well done everyone for your hard work, some of which we can see below.
Take a look at this fantastic art from Eve in Year 11. She has been developing her painting skills on wooden boards, which was the preferred medium of the greatest artists in history, with Da Vinci's Mona Lisa being a work of oil on poplar.
Here, Eve has used acrylics for the composite piece and oil for the single portrait. We're hugely impressed with the results!
Keep your eyes peeled for the next edition of The Julie Show brought to you by the 1804 Society with a little help from their friends!
The quiz returns along with Meet the Staff (who will it be this time?), 1804er profile, Sophie's Choice and quite a bit more so do tune in and enjoy!
Congratulations to all of our latest stars of lockdown!
Our stars have demonstrated exceptional effort and achievement during home learning, and we'd like to thank Ruby, Alicia, Alexia and Jessica for sharing their pics with us this week.
Have you got a great idea to foster biodiversity? Why not enter it into BPs ultimate STEM challenge for the chance to win a top prize of £3,000 to fund your idea?
The decline of biodiversity has a dramatic effect on all living creatures, including humans, and the way they interact. That's why this year’s Ultimate STEM Challenge from BP invites young people across the UK to get creative and design a home for nature, using natural and technical solutions, to improve biodiversity in their local community.
The student with the most creative and innovative design will win £3,000 to bring that home for nature to life, while the runners up will receive £1,000 each to make their designs a reality.
The competition closes on 3 March 2021.
If you'd like to know more please contact Miss Gawley.
Congratulations to Ruby in Year 7 who has been first to send us in a lockdown PE pic!
This leg workout forms part of structured work related to devising purposed workout activities, and also co-incides with the first online fitness sessions that rolled out this week.
Well done to all who took part!
You've still time to get your review in for this half term's virtual book club review: An Eagle In The Snow.
Michael Morpurgo's novel is inspired by a true story from the Second World War. Prizes are on offer for winning reviews!
Sixth Form Dance students have been rising to the challenges of synchronised choreography through videoconferencing.
The slight lag in video across the internet can cause real problems for performers but our students have met the challenge and developed some great choreography in their online lesson breakout rooms. Well done!
Students following Year 9 GCSE Drama have been working hard online exploring monologues from Blood Brothers.
Working within their set text, the students were challenged to include props and costume to help portray their characters, and some took the extra step of incorporating digital scenery into their performances!
Well done, and keep up the great work.