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Entebbe to Kampala to Mbale

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No sooner had our sleepy heads hit the pillows, the alarms woke us up at 6am the following morning. Mr Mansfield could be heard knocking and shouting an extra wake…

Back to Uganda – 2019

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It was an early start this morning! The team met at 1:00am outside a very dark St. Julian’s Primary School, with suitcases piled high ready to travel to Birmingham Airport.…

Reception Sports Day

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It was a great day for Reception’s Sports Day. Thank you to everyone who came and made the afternoon so wonderful. The children took part in a range of different…

Year 2’s trip to Cardiff Museum

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Year 2 had a fantastic time at Cardiff museum. We revisited every topic that we have studied this year. We took a fabulous journey through time and space and saw…

Beaufort Road Resurface

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As you’ll be aware, workers have been resurfacing a section of Beaufort Road directly outside the school, from the Library around to just past the Beaufort Centre. Although the tarmac…

St. Julian’s Got Talent

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Back by popular demand… we’ll be holding another ‘St. Julian’s Primary School’s Got Talent’ event this year to raise money for our link schools in Uganda and celebrate the talents…

Dojo Mystery Trip Spring 2019

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This afternoon, we went on a fantastic Mystery Trip to Beechwood Park. Pupils are rewarded Dojo points for good behaviour and good work. VOICE club open the Dojo shop on…

Y2 Pupils Perform at Dance Festival

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Fifteen Year 2 children have been working really hard this term to learn a dance to perform at the Newport Dance Festival. This year, the Dance Festival required each dance…

Glockenspiel and Xylophone Club

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Over the past half term, a group of pupils have been attending Glockenspiel and Xylophone club with Miss Thomas. They have been practising really hard and this afternoon, they were…
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