St Julians School

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  • 19/10/21

    Show Racism the red card - Wear non-school uniform with a touch of red (FRIDAY 22ND OCTOBER)

      Non School uniform day - Friday 22 October 2021 Change Hearts. Change Minds. Change Lives #WRD21 We are asking that everyone wears red/something red to show our support And to raise awareness of anti-racism. Donate directly to the charity. Text 'Red' to 70...
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  • 01/10/21

    The Year Ahead - Progress Leader Information

    Our Progress Leaders have produced a recorded presentation for parents/carers to share information about the year ahead. We've also added a recorded clip discussing the schools’ progress and priorities over the last academic year. Please could you take some time over the next week to watch...
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  • 17/09/21

    PE Fixtures 2021/22

    As school activities are slowly returning to our school life, we require parent/carer annual consent for students to attend any PE fixtures that take place outside of the school site. The parental consent also covers PE fixtures that may take place after school. By completing the information in the...
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  • 14/09/21

    COVID-19 contact tracing and self-isolation

      In line with guidance from Welsh Government, Track, Trace and Protect  (TTP) Team will continue to  inform us of a positive covid 19  case within our school. There are some significant changes to how this will be dealt with, these are laid out below, this eliminates...
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  • 27/09/21

    Police Parking Letter

    Dear Parent or Guardian, We are receiving numerous complaints regarding parents parking on the yellow zig zag lines at the front of the school. We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that these lines are at a set distance to ensure clear visibility for children and parents to cross...
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  • 21/09/21

    Year 6 Open Evening 2021

    Update - Monday 4th October 2021 A huge thank you to all the Year 6 pupils and parents/carers who joined our online Open Evening on Thursday evening. Information regarding applications for secondary school is available on the Newport City Council website. Please note that the deadline...
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  • 21/09/21

    Harvest festival at St Julian's School Methodist Church

    Our Year 7 Boost and 7LDC classes paid a special visit to the St Julian's Methodist Church on Friday 17th September to show their support of the church's Harvest Festival. These very generous students contributed to the church's cause by delivering gifts to support the families...
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  • 20/09/21

    Year 7-13 Online Tutor Evening (Thursday 7th October 2o21)

    Year 7-13 Online Tutor Evening - Thursday 7th October 2o21 We have our first parental engagement event of the academic year on Thursday 7th October. Our Year 7-13 Tutor Evening will take place online, hosted by SchoolCloud. Parents and carers can book their appointments via the app or webpage...
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  • 14/09/21

    Gwent Public Service Board - Wellbeing Survey

    Public bodies in Gwent are beginning to look at what services and facilities will be needed in the future to meet the aspirations of our communities, and we need you to get involved. We’d like to hear your views and experiences about a range of things which affect you – and your...
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  • 09/09/21

    Important Dates for Parents 2021/22

         
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  • 08/09/21

    Changes to The School Day

    From today (Wednesday 8th September), Year 7 and Year 8 students will leave lessons for the end of the day at 14:50. This is to allow a phased departure for all students from school to ease the congestion on Heather Road. We would ask all parents/carers to please be aware of the volume of student...
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  • 06/09/21

    Changes to contact tracing and self-isolation from this September

    As we return to school, there are some new arrangements in place when someone tests positive for COVID-19. These changes have been made possible by the vaccination programme and the significant reduction in numbers being hospitalised and suffering severe illness due to COVID-19 over recent months...
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