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.
On the third anniversary of the Manchester bombing we would like to share a dramatic response from some of our Year 10 students.
The piece tells the moving story of a family who experienced loss in the Manchester Arena attack, and was devised by the students, informed by interviews and research.
You can watch the performance here.
You are cordially invited to join us for the class of 2020 virtual Leavers' Ceremony, taking place at 3:15pm on Friday 22nd May.
As I'm sure you're tired of seeing, this year we're going to have to do things a little bit differently, but we have decided to follow our calendar and hold an event on one of the most important occasions of our academic year.
We would like as many people to join us possible, so we've taken the unusual step of publishing a prerecorded video on YouTube, meaning that everybody will be able to watch it at the same time.
We'll publish a story on the website going live at 3:15 which will have the link to the video in it.
The video will play perfectly well on your phone or laptop, but absolutely the best way to watch it if you can is on the telly, preferably with your family. If you have a smart TV you will find that it will very likely have a youtube app.
Similarly, you can also watch YouTube on a Chromecast stick, on a SkyQ box, on a Playstation, an X-Box or most Nintendo devices. Why not take some time now to familiarise yourself with how you're going to watch the ceremony tomorrow.
It will be available on demand, so don't worry if you're a little late starting and bear in mind that the ceremony runs for around 45 minutes, so get comfortable!
If you're watching with family, feel free to ask one of them to take a short video clip of your reaction and anything you want to say at the end. Maybe we can do something with them for your classmates!
Congratulations to all of our 'Star of the Week' winners, and this week we thank Sophia and Mollie for sending us in a pic!
Our winners are all showing continuing commitment to their learning as we continue with remote learning. Congratulations to all of them for their hard work.
Merseycare have launched a psychological support line for anyone over 16 experiencing stress, worry or low mood about the current situation.
Lines are staffed from 8am to 8pm and offers a listening ear. Call 0151 473 0303 and ask for the psychological support line.
Merseycare ask us to point out that this isn't an emergency line, and if you are in need of urgent support you can continue to call the 24/7 urgent mental health support line on 0151 296 7200.
This is a quick reminder to all parents that Culture Liverpool's 'Parenting through Covid-19' blog led by the City Council's Parenting Co-ordinator is well worth a read.
The blog covers the following areas;
And of course, most importantly, it's written in the local context, by the people of Liverpool for the people of Liverpool.
Our Transition Team are very excited to let you know that our Year 6 Interviews will begin next week.
Packs have been sent out to all 180 students who will be joining us in September.
Covid-19 will reshape many aspect of geography study, and this week students have been looking at the impact of the globalised fashion industry.
One of the areas that pupils study in Geography is globalisation - the ways in which ideas, goods, services and people are connected and moved around the world.
One of the examples we use to illustrate this is that of the fashion industry - how clothes we buy have links to places around the world.
Sadly, at the moment, many people employed in the production chain (clothes are often made in countries in SE Asia) are out of work, and some large fashion companies have not paid the factories for clothing orders placed before the pandemic struck, leaving stock going to waste and employees living on the brink of poverty, as described in this BBC article.
We have provided lesson resources on the Geography VLE this week for all of our Geography pupils to use to understand this situation more. If you want to directly support the workers yourself then the CEO featured in the article has fulfilled his promise, and while we're not endorsing the firm, you can find it here.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Bishop Vincent Malone, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus, who died earlier this morning at the Royal Liverpool Hospital aged 88 years. Fr Stephen Lee, the hospital chaplain, was able to administer the sacraments to him during the night.
Bishop Vincent trained for the priesthood at St Joseph's College, Upholland, and was ordained priest at St Oswald's Church, Old Swan, Liverpool on 18th September 1955. After a number of years spent in the teaching profession, mainly at Cardinal Allen Grammar School, Liverpool, he became chaplain to the University of Liverpool (1971) and then Administrator of the Metropolitan Cathedral (1979).
On 13th May 1989 he was named as Titular Bishop of Abora and Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool, and received episcopal consecration the following 3rd July. His resignation as Auxiliary Bishop was accepted on 26th October 2006, shortly after his 75th birthday, but he continued in his role as Vicar General and Canon of the Cathedral Chapter long after that.
For many years Bishop Vincent commended to our prayers the souls of deceased priests and faithful in our archdiocese. May we now pray for him, bidding the choirs of angels to lead him into paradise.
Art students Holly and Paige in Year 12 have been developing their drawing techniques with striking results!
They have been expanding their portfolios by taking inspiration from other artists to refine their technique. have a look at the gallery below to see what they've been doing.