ResultIconGCSE Results – Thursday 25th August, available from the East Hall between 8:30 – 10:00.

Year 10 students collecting results are to arrive no earlier than 9:30.

Should you have any queries regarding the results days please contact the school directly – 01633 224490.



At St Julian’s School we pride ourselves on our appearance and on having high standards of uniform.  The following statement is for all students in all year groups and will be in place from 1st September.

Please read all the sections carefully and ensure your child is ready for learning in September.

Any variations from this uniform statement will be challenged and the necessary actions taken to rectify any issues that arise.

White collared shirtStJ UNIFORM 2015
House/Post 16 tie – correctly worn
Black badged blazer with the St Julian’s School logo
The blazer is to be worn at all times when on the school site.  
OPTIONAL Black ‘V’ neck jumper or cardigan can be worn with a blazer, but not instead of.
Black traditional trousers/skirts
No pinafore style dresses or any other variations are accepted.
Skirts should be plain and a no more than 5cm above the knee in length.
Tights must be plain black or natural in colour.
Trousers must not be flares, hipsters, leggings, jeans or any other jean style.
Trousers must be worn at full length.
Plain black shoes, boots or all black trainers  
Boots to be worn only under trousers (NOT with skirts).
No sandals, open backs, 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 types of earrings, facial jewellery, necklaces, bracelets, bands 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 natural colours, for example black, brown or blonde.
These items should be removed on entering any school building. Head scarves may be worn for religious purposes.
A sensible outdoor coat may be worn, however, it must be removed on entry to classrooms. Coats must not be denim, leather, fur or a hooded sweatshirt.



32434d3e-e4a5-4a3f-ad3b-8ed93ee0102eOn Saturday the 2nd of July 2016 Ella Gaynor in year 7 took part in the ‘Gemau Cymru’ team gymnastics event at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. Ella performed to an excellent standard in each section that includes ‘floor work’, ‘bars’, ‘vault’ and ‘beam’.

Mr Jones was left flabbergasted after watching the beam display as Ella performed movements such as backflips on such a tiny surface space. Ella’s team won gold at the competition, which was an excellent achievement.

Ella continued the hardwork onto Sunday in the individual ‘Gemau Cymru’ competition. In the competition Ella scored 2nd on the beam, 3rd on the vault, 4th on the floor and 2nd on the bar. This gave her a placing of 3rd overall! Her coach was extremely pleased as Ella was attempting an upgrade in her bar routine which cost her points but is important for her progression in the sport. Ella was also very happy by her performances.

Ella has now won selection for a Welsh training camp in Barcelona at the end of August. She will stay at the international facility for five days and this is a great opportunity for her to demonstrate her determination and ability in the sport. Ella’s goal is to attempt to get into the Welsh gymnastic team at the next Commonwealth games and this selection is a step towards this.

Want to know how hard Ella works? Ella’s normal week looks like this:
Monday: gymnastics training 4-8pm.
Tuesday: gymnastics training 1-6.30pm.
Wednesday: 8-9am S & C training school. Gymnastics training 4-8.30pm.
Thursday: rest or athletics training.
Friday: 8-9am S & C training school. Gymnastics training 4-7.30pm
Saturday: 9-2pm gymnastics training.
Sunday- coach gymnastics.

Ella logs up 25 hours of gymnastics training per week. Throw into the mix S & C, athletics and the extras she does at home which totals over 30 hours per week! Ella is demonstrating phenomenonal commitment to her sport at such a young age… watch this space!


Screen Shot 2016-07-12 at 08.18.07The school uniform grant helps eligible pupils acquire school uniform.

The scheme is targeted specifically at pupils entering year 7 of secondary school who are eligible for free school meals.

Also pupils aged 11 at the start of the school year in special schools, special needs resource bases and pupil referral units who are eligible for free school meals.


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Thursday 30th June saw the Newport event of the year…….St Julian’s Year 11 Prom.
The red carpet greeted the eager year 11s as they entered the Coldra Court Hotel.  Everyone had a wonderful evening and danced the night away until the early hours.  The hotel staff commented on what an amazing group of young people they were. Their conduct was exemplary!  Well done to everyone involved.



The annual KS3 and KS4 Spelling Bees will be taking place on Monday 11th July.

CnFI3FwWYAAmEFoYear 8 Winners – Llewelyn
Elliot Counsell
Morgan Hill
Niamh Barry
Hollie Rogers
Sara Hussnain
Beth Biddlecombe

Year 7 Winners- Llewelyn
Kian Rowlands-Jones
Rhian Holloway
Jacob Archer
Rebecca Wood
Jake Enea
Rachel Rowlands