LAST DAY OF TERM

December 9, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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The schedule for Friday morning is as follows:

08:35 – Tutorial, as normal

09:00 – Period 1, as normal

09:50 – Break

10:10 – Tutor Rooms

10:15 – Students to come to the hall using the bell system (1 ring for Y7, two for Y8 etc)

10:30 – The Show

12:15 – Students return to Tutor Rooms to collect belongings

12:30 – End of term for students (Canteens are available)

12:35 – LDC Transport leaving site

12:45 – End of term for staff

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 18th Dec

December 18, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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ACHIEVEMENT ASSEMBLY

December 18, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Well done to all the students who received awards this morning.

It was lovely to see so many students working hard and making progress since September.

Achievement Assembly

Congratulations to all the winners. Hywel Dda came away with the big prize of ‘House of the Term’.

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YR 7 CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION

December 16, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

The winner of the Year 7 Christmas Card competition  is Abhipsa Panda 7C2.
Congratulations!
Christmas card 2014
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ATOMIC TOUCH RUGBY

December 16, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News, Physical Education by Mr D Beesley

Atomic Touch RugbyI would just like to thank all form teachers from Yrs 7, 8 & 9 for their help in sending 10 players from each form to the St Julians inter-house Mixed Atomic Touch tournament.

Years 7 & 8 played during period 1 and 2 with all forms bringing all 10 players, the format was that all classes had to have at least 3 girls in their side.

The winners of the year 7 tournament were ……1st = 7Ll1,  2nd = 7H2,  3rd = 7C1 and 4th =7C2…… 

The winners of the year 8 tournament were ……1st = 8Ll2,  2nd = 8G1,  3rd = 8H1  and 4th =8G2……

The winners of the year 9 tournament was ……1st = 9Ll2, 2nd = 9C1, 3rd = 9C2 and 4th = 9Ll1….

 Throughout the day there was 45 very entertaining atomic touch games played.

I would like to say a big well done to the Yr 11 students that helped make this tournament a success. They turned up early to help set up,  refereed every game,  marshalled the day very professionally and without their help the tournament would not of happened.

Thank you

Mr Cornford

 

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*NEW* GCSE PE KIT ARRIVES

December 15, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News, Physical Education by Mr D Beesley

 The new GCSE PE kit has arrived for our Yr 10 students.

Both the boys and girls had a choice of kit and the PE department are really pleased with the results.

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GCSE Girls

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 12th Dec

December 12, 2014 in Attendance Updates, Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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St Julian’s to host Christmas concert

December 11, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 5th Dec

December 5, 2014 in Attendance Updates, Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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CHRISTMAS BEGINS WITH A SILENT NIGHT

December 5, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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Robots vs Animals – Bristol Zoo

December 1, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Robots vs AnimalsStudents from St Julian’s School had the chance to interact with live animals and real robots as part of a project organised by the Science Communication Unit at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) during EU Robotics Week.

Robots vs Animals is collaboration between UWE Bristol, the Bristol Robotics Laboratory and Bristol Zoo Gardens to deliver interactive sessions on biomimicry and robotics. The project is funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Year 8 students managed robot swarms and observed animal communication in cockroaches and rats. Comparing animal senses and robot sensors, students learnt about biomimicry and the animal stories behind robot designs.

Project leader Laura Fogg-Rogers said, “Robots vs Animals is an exciting collaborative project designed to inspire and enthuse young people about the possibilities of engineering as a career. Working with Bristol Zoo Gardens, the Zoo sessions demonstrate how engineering can solve real-world problems by taking inspiration from other realms, such as animals in nature.

Robots vs Animals website