St Julian’s School

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


September 10, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

BUS Banner_01

by D Smith


September 2, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by D Smith

The school uniform for all students, in all years is as follows:

Bullet BLUE White collared shirt

Bullet BLUE House Tie – correctly worn

Bullet BLUE Black badged blazer with the St Julian’s School logo (In Term 6, blazers are optional due to the weather)

Bullet BLUE OPTIONAL Black ‘V’ neck sweater. No cardigans or any other variations of sweater are accepted.

Bullet BLUE Black Traditional Trousers/Skirts. No pinafore style dresses or any other variations are accepted.

Bullet BLUE Skirts should be plain and no more than 5cm above or below the knee in length.

Bullet BLUE Trousers must not be flares, hipsters, leggings or jeans.  Trousers must be worn at full length.

Bullet BLUE Plain black shoes, or boots only when worn under trousers (NOT with skirts).

Bullet BLUE No trainers, sandals, open back shoes, high heels or platforms.


Students may wear one small stud or small sleeper earring in each ear, plus one small ring on their finger.
Please note that we do not allow any other items of earrings, facial jewellery, necklaces, bracelets or bangles.


This should be worn discreetly.


Extreme hairstyles and brightly dyed colours are not allowed, hair colours or highlights are allowed if they are conventional colours, for example black, brown or blonde.


A plain coloured outdoor coat may be worn. Not denim or leather.

Hooded tops

Hooded tops (both pullover or zipped tops) are not allowed on the school site. These cannot be substituted for an outdoor coat.

Physical Education kit


Bullet BLUE St Julian’s School rugby shirt

Bullet BLUE Plain white round neck t-shirt

Bullet BLUE Plain black shorts or tracksuit bottoms

Bullet BLUE Navy and light blue games top

Bullet BLUE Trainers (with suitable ankle support for both indoor and outdoor use)

Bullet BLUE Boots & black games socks for Football and Rugby (OPTIONAL St Julian’s Football socks)


Bullet BLUE St Julian’s School hooded sweatshirt (ONLY TO BE WORN DURING PE LESSONS)

Bullet BLUE Plain white polo shirt

Bullet BLUE Plain black shorts,  tracksuit bottoms or leggings

Bullet BLUE Trainers (with suitable ankle support for both indoor and outdoor use)



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

After a lot of press and media coverage about attacks on homeless people a group of Year 11 Students from St Julian’s School wanted to highlight the plight of being homeless.

Firstly, the students met with a young person who was homeless.  After discussing what the young person had gone through, the girls were really empathic and shocked at what they had discovered.  This motivated the students to show the story of what this homeless young person had experienced and life on the streets. They were determined to try and change the perception of homeless people and make people of their age realise they are humans and deserve respect.

The voice over is the actual recorded testimony from a homeless young person, explaining how they got into their situation and how they had been treated by the general public.

The students were involved in every part of the process, from makeup, voice overs, script and filming.  They were fantastic ambassadors for the school and community!

Project was part of a partnership with Newport Youth Service Community Worker and Fixers Project




August 29, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr R Owen

NATO Summit

Dear Parent/Carer

As the forthcoming NATO summit is almost upon us, specific security arrangements and linked contingency plans are almost completed and in place. As Mrs Richards explained in her summer letter in July, after a long six week holiday, we are very keen for all our students to return to school with minimum disruption. As such, we took the decision to remain fully open on the 4th and 5th September.

However, in light of the most recent guidance from the Civic Centre and after consultation with the police, we are going to slightly alter our plans. Our aim is to remain open on both days but we will close at 2pm on Thursday 4th September.  The decision has been made to ensure students and staff avoid the considerable traffic disruption caused by the scheduled demonstrations and movement of Heads of State between cities.

May I apologise for any inconvenience this decision may cause. I am sure you will appreciate how difficult planning for such an unprecedented event is. The decision has been taken due to health and safety considerations of both students and staff.

Thank you in anticipation for your continued support.

Yours sincerely,

Rhys Evans

Acting Headteacher




August 27, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Screen-Shot-2013-09-16-at-10.07.18The school will reopen on Tuesday 2nd September 2014 for all students at the normal time of 8:30am.
The school week will be WEEK 1 and will only be affected by the NATO conference on Thursday 4th September with school closing at 2pm.
Should you have any queries please email the school at
Tuesday 2nd September:
All Students in Years 8 – 11 tutorial time.
All Year 7 Students to meet form tutors in the East Hall at 8:30am.
Year 11 assembly in the East Hall at 9:00am.
Year 10 assembly in the East Hall at 9:30am.


August 20, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Screen Shot 2013-09-16 at 10.07.18Year 11 results are available from 8am – 10am tomorrow (Thursday 21st August) in the East Hall.


Year 10 results available in the East Hall from 10.00am.




August 20, 2014 in Front Page News by Mr D Beesley

Post 16_GRID_NEW

St Julian’s School is very pleased with its A Level results for 2014.

There were some very strong performances across the school with 100% A*-E (or equivalent) in BTEC subjects (which all performed well)  and the majority of A2 courses. Design & Technology, English Literature, RS, French, History and Chemistry equally performed very well with high percentages of A*-A and A*-C grades. Mathematics performed exceptionally well with 2 A* grades and 7 A grades. We also saw a significant improvement in our Physics results which is very pleasing.

We had a number of top performers this year with 8 students achieving the equivalent of 3 or more A*-A grades. These were Lucy Davies, Rhys Durham, Dylan John, Jarrod Lewis, Chloe Szeto, Yexin Xie and Kelly Young.

Our Post 16 has an open entrance policy where all of our students are encouraged to return to study at St Julian’s.  The performance of all our students relative to their ability is something which we are very proud of, as well as the strong destinations of our most able students. Early indications suggest the number of students gaining entrance to university is very positive.

The school would like to congratulate all of our students and wishes them well in their future paths.

St Julian’s Post 16 link


Summer Projects 2014 underway

August 6, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr R Owen






YR 13 PROM – Thursday 3rd July – St David’s Hotel, Cardiff

July 19, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Yr 13




July 15, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

The Yr 10 Level 2 in Hospitality achieved a very high standard in their practical assessment this year. They had to make 3 different dishes from 3 different countries and present them in a restaurant style.

Well done Year 10 – excellent results!





July 15, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

On Tuesday morning the Level 1 Yr 10 Hospitality group ran a morning cafe to complete their customer service unit. Customers were offered a range of drinks and cakes, including Latte, Americano and other specialist coffees, milk shake made with fresh strawberries, eclairs and lemon sponge.

All pupils participated well and customers gave lots of compliments.  Well done Yr 10 Level 1 Hospitality





July 15, 2014 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

The Geography department took 47 GCSE students in Year 10 to The Rhineland in Germany. The students visited the historic city of Cologne and the famous Lindt Chocolate Museum where they were able to see how the chocolate industry works and globalisation in practice. The students were also able to look at the picturesque scenery in the area on a Rhine cruise through the region. The students were also able to visit the beautiful Marksburg castle to learn about the history of the area as well as an afternoon spent in the village of Rudesheim which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The trip was a huge success with several local people and other tourists commenting on how well-behaved and polite the students were.


DSCF8459*Can you spot Mr King?*