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Monday 27th June and Friday 1st July.
Any questions please see Mr Gubb asap.
The Student Council have been working hard to design a ‘Year 11 Leavers Hoodie’ for the class of 2016.
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AFTER being appointed as the official Headteacher just a few weeks ago, Rhys Evans believes that everyone should “have a slice” of St Julian’s School and come in and see the good work the school is achieving. Alice Rose finds out more.
St Julian’s School, which is one of the largest secondary schools in Newport, is made up of three buildings, with the main one having opened in 1941.
With over 1,600 pupils from the ages of 11-18 and around 250 staff, St Julian’s has a busy atmosphere.
Head teacher, Rhys Evans said he is proud of the school and what it has achieved.
“What I’m proud about and what I can say with confidence to anyone is that people should come in and see what we do,” he said.
“What we’ve always been as a school is open, welcoming and honest.”