ST JULIAN’S BAKE OFF

January 26, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

St Julian's School Bake OffInter-house bake off competition this week. The competition is open to Yrs 7-11. Students must bring in their entries first thing- before/ during form. All entries must be clearly labelled with name and form on brought in on the following days:

 

Monday- Caradog
Tuesday- Glyndwr
Wednesday- Hywel Dda
Thursday- Llywelyn.

 

All entries are being judged during first break each day in T6. We need as many people as possible to help sample and judge. So form tutors please pop in if you are available.

 

All of the winners will be emailed to form tutors at the end of Thursday. Please could this then be shared during tutorial on Friday morning. There will be 18 winners who will then go through to the live final taking place on Wednesday 4th February. Winners will be expected to cook again in school to compete for the prizes.

STUDENT VOICE SURVEY

January 22, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

StJ Student Voice_FULLGood morning,

As a school we take your opinions very seriously and would like to hear from you.

I am responsible for co-ordinating the Student Voice within the school and we would like you to complete the survey below.

The survey will focus on the learning within the school and we will use the information you give us to improve your experiences at St Julian’s.

Please take the time to think carefully about the questions and answer honestly.

Click on the link below to start the survey:

STUDENT VOICE SURVEY

Thank you in advance,

Mr Beesley

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Yr 11 LEARNING PATHWAYS EVENING

January 26, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 23rd Jan

January 26, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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DEBATING OPPORTUNITY

January 26, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 16th Jan

January 20, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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Yr 9 OPTIONS WEBSITE – 2015

January 19, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

OPTIONS EVENING
Thursday 22nd January – appointments starting at  15:30

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YEAR 10 PARENTS’ EVENING – THURS 15TH JAN

January 13, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Post-it NOTEWe invite all parents of Yr 10 students to the school on Thurs 15th January 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 on the 15th.

Diolch

 

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ATTENDANCE UPDATE | 9th Jan

January 9, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

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Yr 9 OPTIONS – 2015

January 7, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

00:00 – French
01:15 – Media Studies
03:17 – ICT
05:21 – Drama
07:30 – Health & Social Care
08:32 – Graphics
10:48 – Construction
12:19 – Childcare
13:15 – Geography
14:44 – Product Design
16:35 – History
18:04 – Hospitality
19:40 – Engineering
21:07 – Fashion & Clothing
22:54 – Business Studies
25:35 – Music
28:24 – Hairdressing
28:48 – Sport
29:56 – Spanish
32:39 – Religious Studies
33:42 – Art
34:26 – Photography
34:48 – Sociology
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STUDENTS DONATE TO NEWPORT FOOD BANK

January 7, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 09.58.01NEWPORT pupils donated hundreds of pounds worth of food to Newport food bank.

Pupils at St Julian’s School raised £500 to buy essential food supplies for the organisation, which gives food to hundreds of people in crisis, after they decided to help out a local charity.

Last month the school held their annual fundraising events for Children in Need and after the students from Year 7 to Year 13 set some aside to put back into their local community.

Assistant to the head teacher, Ryan Owen said: “We listened to the pupils as to what to do with the money.

“The food bank helps out a large number of people in Newport and I think that is why they chose this charity.

“The post 16 pupils took the money and went shopping at Sainsbury’s and bought bags of basic essentials, tinned food and that sort of thing. We helped out as much as we could,” he said.

On Thursday afternoon volunteers from Newport food bank went to the school to be presented with the supplies.

Newport foodbank manager Martin Hall said: “It is fantastic that the staff and pupils would do that for our organisation.”

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR OF GOVERNORS

January 7, 2015 in Front Page News, Latest News by Mr D Beesley

I just wanted to write to thank all parents/carers for their understanding on Monday when the decision was taken to close St Julian’s, at short notice, due to a failure of the school’s central heating system.  The decision was not taken lightly and was done in full consultation with me, as Chair of the school’s Governing Body.  

 

The temperature throughout the main building was well below the legal minimum requirement and closing was deemed to be in the best interest of the students.

 

If any parents, carers or other members of the community have any comments (whether negative, positive or otherwise), please can they mark them for my attention and send them to the school’s e-mail address ; info@stjuliansschool.co.uk.

 

Again, I thank you for your understanding regarding this unavoidable matter and I wish everyone a very happy new year.

 

Best wishes,
Andrew Goddard
Chair of Governors