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!
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……
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.