Engaging our Local and Global Communities - in sustained and positive change

  • The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022

    St. Julian's Church School Events 


    Today we were very lucky to host a visit from Mercedes garage who brought two electric cars to school for us to see. Our children learnt about how fossil fuels are running out and how technology is advancing to ensure that by the time they buy their first car, almost everyone will be driving an electric car. The children also considered the impact of petrol and diesel cars on the environment and why it is so important to reduce dangerous emissions. This was perfect timing to mark the end of science week and the start of the Sustrans walk to school week!

    Charity and Fundrasing at St Julian's 

    The past two weeks have been very busy with learning, enrichment activities and fundraising for charity. Last Friday our school raised £195.09 for The Red Cross to support their efforts to help support people in Ukraine. Today we have raised £84.68 for Comic Relief through our wear red mufti. This is a real example of our school values in action - thank you for your generosity and support.



    Mrs Miles and Oak Class had a very memorable and informative visit to the church this week. The children learnt what it means to be baptised and then many teddies and dollies were 'baptised' and welcomed into the church. The children also explored the church building, noticing the different features they could see.

    Lockdown 2021 Gardening and Caretaking

    During Lockdown January-March 2021, the children in school were in charge of maintaining the school grounds and gardens. 

    They worked together to weed the beds, research the best plants to use and to clear up the area. This meant that when the school returned in March 2021, the children could enjoy the grounds and start gardening. We are excited to see what produce we can harvest as the year goes on!

    Let's Grow a Bean- April 2021


    Every child in the school has been given a book  this week called ‘Let’s All Grow A Runner Bean’, written by Frank Shellard. Mr Shellard was once a pupil at St Julian’s and his grandchildren are current pupils. He has been a gardener all his life and wrote this book in order to share his love for gardening with others and to bring some ‘love, fun, happiness, hope, sharing, camaraderie and simplicity back into today’s complicated lives’. We are truly grateful for this wonderful gift and hope that it inspires our pupils to get planting.