Headteacher’s Welcome

May I extend to you, a very warm welcome to St. Julian’s Primary School. It is our desire that your child will be happy here, will enjoy learning and in doing so, will achieve his or her potential. The whole process of learning is a partnership between home and school, and we look forward to working with you to help your child succeed. We hope that you will play an active part in the life of our school, to help create the very best opportunities for your children. Our website should answer many of the questions you may have but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or queries.   – Mr D. Rees (Headteacher)

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Keep in touch

Website

We try to update our website as often as possible, so we hope you’ll find it helpful in answering any queries or questions you may have. Please see our calendar for upcoming event dates, read our blogs to see what we’ve been doing, and check out our Media Gallery to view our photos/videos/listen to our podcasts. You can also find ways to support your child’s learning at home as well as accessing a range of resources to help. Your child’s homework is also uploaded here each week, so if they lose their original copy, they can print another one from here.

e-mail

If you have a non-urgent query, then please feel free to send us an email. Mrs Deal and Mrs Griffiths check our emails regularly throughout the day and if they don’t know the answer to your query, then they will immediately forward your e-mail to someone who does, so we should have a reply back to you in no time at all! You can e-mail us using the address at the bottom of this page, or by using the online form on the ‘Contact Us’ page. From time to time, we may send out Headteacher’s reports via e-mail. If you would like to join our mailing list, please provide Mrs Arnold or Mrs Griffiths with your e-mail address.

Phone

Perhaps one of the easiest ways to contact us is via telephone. When you call us, our automated service will direct you to Mrs Griffiths in the Foundation Phase Office, or Mrs Arnold in the KS2 office. You should usually be able to get through to us between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm. If you call outside of these times, please feel free to leave us a message on our answer-phone and someone will return your call as soon as possible. If you change your phone number at any point in the year, please make sure you update our school office in case we need to contact you urgently. Our phone number is: 01633 259 563

Letters

We regularly send out letters to inform parents of important news, notices, events and school trips. Letters will be given to your child at the end of the day, so please make sure you check their bag regularly to ensure you don’t miss any important information. Copies of recent letters can be found in the Parents’ Section of our website, or obtained from the school office.

Text

We regularly send out text messages to update parents with important information and reminders of our upcoming events. If you are a parent of a pupil at St. Julian’s Primary and currently do not receive our text messages, please speak to Mrs Arnold or Mrs Griffiths in the office, who will be able to add you to our mailing list. Please feel free to contact us via text but only do so if it is a non-urgent query as we may not always be able to respond immediately.

Twitter

We love twitter and we try to tweet as often as possible. It’s a great way for us to instantly share our amazing achievements with parents and the public. If you like being the first to find out the latest news and information, then twitter is a definite must for you! You don’t even need a twitter account, although it allows you to ‘follow’ us, if you do! To view our twitter feed, click here or follow @StJuliansPri from your twitter account.

Face-2-Face

Sometimes, it’s better to communicate face-to-face. We try to make sure that there is always someone available to speak to if you have any concerns or queries. Our teachers come out onto the yard first thing in the morning and come back out with their class at the end of the day. If it’s a quick chat you require, feel free to catch your child’s teacher on the yard. If your query or concern requires a bit more time, you can make an appointment to meet with your child’s teacher by contacting the school office. If you need to speak to a member of our management team, please make an appointment with the school office, and Mr. Rees, Mrs. Orford or Mr. Mansfield will be happy to meet with you.