Yr 9 LEARNING PATHWAYS EVENING – Tues 31st Jan

Careers WalesYr 9 Learning Pathways Evening will take place on Tuesday 31st January.

This will be an opportunity for students to discuss with members of staff about their course choices, moving forward into Key Stage 4.

Yr 9 have had assemblies and Careers Wales sessions to inform the students about the choices and options that they have in KS4.

Students have all been assigned an individual Pathways Adviser who will guide them through this process and explain how to enter option choices on the Careers Wales Website.

Parents have received letters in the post identifying appointment times and who your son/daughters adviser is.

It is essential this evening is attended to ensure students choose the right mix of option subjects for their future needs.

We look forward to seeing you on the 31st.

Diolch

DOWNLOAD Level 1 OPTIONS BOOKLET

DOWNLOAD Level 2 OPTIONS BOOKLET

00:00 – Media
01:57 – Drama
04:50 – Health & Social Care
05:45 – Business Studies
07:55 – Spanish
09:23 – ICT
10:47 – Music
12:06 – Graphics
15:33 – Sport
17:32 – Construction
19:04 – Child Care
19:54 – Engineering
23:47 – Product Design
26:39 – History
29:50 – Hospitality
30:58 – Textiles
32:41 – Religious Studies
33:47 – Photography
34:46 – Sociology
36:00 – Geography
37:18 – Art
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Yr 7 PROGRESS EVENING | Tues 14th Feb

Post-it NOTEWe invite all parents of Yr 8 students to the school on Tuesday 14th February between 3:30pm and 6:30pm.

This is a really important time in the year and it is essential that students are making appointments with all of their subject teachers to discuss their progress against their target grades and the next steps over the coming months.

We look forward to seeing you.

 

SAVE THE CHILDREN

A huge thank you to all who donated money on the last day of term for ‘Christmas Jumper Day’.

As a school we raised £912.68 for Save the Children.

Well done everyone!

SCLogo

Y11 Vaccinations – Thursday 19th January

All Yr 11 students will be offered the MenACWY vaccination on Thursday to protect against meningococcal disease.

Consent forms will be sent home for parents to sign.

However, students aged 15 and upwards are allowed to sign the consent form themselves if they fully understand the issues and need for the vaccination.  This is authorised by NHS Wales.

Please contact the School Nurse if you have any questions or issues.

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Screen Shot 2016-12-15 at 11.39.42Dear Parent/Carer,

As we near the festive break, I wanted to take this opportunity to keep you updated with the latest news and events from St Julian’s school.

We continue to strive towards making effective progress and ensuring our students attain their highest possible grades.  As you already know, this summer saw St Julian’s School’s best ever exam results and August 2017 hopes to see a further increase.  Year 9 and 11 have recently sat mock exams whilst all students have been completing assessments in their subjects. A recent data capture shows progress is being made in all areas……

Yr 13 WELSH BACC PRESENTATIONS

This week Year 13 students from St Julian’s School were given the opportunity to attend and present at the Intellectual Property Office in Newport as a part of their Welsh Baccalaureate.

Students talked about a range of global issues such as mental health, gender equality, and overpopulation. Students used the tools given to them to create PowerPoint presentations and videos to help illustrate their issues over a two week period.

The day began with a presentation from Ben Buchanan from the IPO.  Students were told about a Sheffield man’s Tardis, Australia’s upside down map, and the poor presentation of a man on holiday. The anecdotes were told to help students to improve upon their presentations skills for the future, and the upcoming presentations. After each student gave their presentation a panel would give them feedback on what they did well and how they could improve for the future.