PARENTS’ EVENINGS [Yr 13 – 2nd Dec]

Post-it NOTEWe invite all parents of Yr 9, 12 and 13 students to the school for the following Parents’ Evenings:

Yr 13 – Weds 2nd December

Between 4:00pm and 7:00pm.

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 over the coming weeks.



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Thank you to everyone who took part in the Candlelight Vigil on Friday afternoon.

The event was organised by our Head Girl, along with a number of helpers from across the school.

The school were extremely impressed with the standard of work, commitment and talent on display during the event.

Our Head Girl said,

“I organised the event, to give St Julian’s the opportunity to come together as a school, to commemorate and stand in solidarity with the victims of the recent terrorist attacks. 
It was an event in which students and staff collaborated with speeches, readings, poetry and singing, as a way to express our support for the victims of oppression.
I would like to thank everyone that supported the event.”
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Screen Shot 2015-11-19 at 12.55.14We have been chosen by Chartwells to be one of six schools around the country to trial their new and exciting menus for secondary schools.

They have discussed the options with the Student Council and start a three week trial in our canteens from Monday 23rd Nov.

Here are the menus and some sample images of what to expect.  We’re really looking forward to the opportunity to be involved in the trial and we’re confident the students and staff will love the new experience!


CTtl25XWcAAf0faCTtlj2OWsAAV9s3On Friday 13th November, the History Department and 92 Year 9 students visited the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley.

Students had the opportunity to find out about different aspects of life during the Industrial Revolution. This included a visit to a coal mine, an experience of a 1900 school lesson and a tour around a town from that time. Some even sampled the delights of the traditional fish and chip shop and visited the silent cinema.

A good time was had by all and the behaviour of the students was excellent.