Year 11 Record of Achievement Ceremony 2019
What a pleasure and joy it has been to see our Year 11 students celebrate their academic achievements and memories during their 5 years at St Julian's School. With guests including the local police, youth support agencies, past primary school teachers of the students and previous teachers; it was set to be a great day as always!
We always love to see how many people come and support their younger community members as they leave compulsory schooling for the final time. In their smart suits and dresses, they all looked wonderful as they entered the hall to take their seats and commence the celebrations.
The ceremony was opened and led by Miss Hook, Deputy Headteacher, followed by a performance by Year 11 Student Jenna Wright, who was invited to sing 'Always Remember Us'. Jenna later continued to perform a beautifully moving song in memory of Kieran Deakin a former member of the year group who sadly passed away two years ago.
After having a few laughs at the leavers video of their memories during school and the speeches from the Heads of Houses, it was time for the students to be announced one by one and receive their Record of Achievement folders.
However, most of the excitement came at the end of the ceremony. Arguably the best part of the day, this is where the students are picked up in their arranged vehicles and depart from school in style! From limos and hummers to a classic Cadillac, the students left in their friendship groups in front of their families who were invited to support the Year 11s on their final morning of school.
Good luck to all of our students who left us on Friday in everything you set out to achieve. Whether you will be returning to us for Post 16, attending college or entering the world of work, we wish you the very best.
Please see below a few pictures of this eventful day.