Pupil Voice

Pupil Voice at St Julian's Church School

We have three teams of children who work on their own set of aims and objectives throughout the year, representing pupil voice, reaching out to local communities and charities and helping to make our school a happy place to be.

House Captains

Our House Captains are pupils currently in Year 6 and Year 5. They represent their house throughout the year in school and in competitions. They encourage every child to do their best at all times in and to earn House Points as a result. Every week the house captains collate and announce the house point totals (dojos) which are announced in the weekly celebration assembly. The house captains also help to lead OPAL play.

The House Captains are led by Miss Mills and Mrs Parker.

School Council

Children on the school council come from Years 2 to 6 and must apply to be on the team, delivering a speech to their peers. As a group they help and support children to make the school a friendly and fair place where everyone feels safe, happy and secure. They also lead on environment projects and are helping us to reduce our carbon footprint. They also find ways to support our local and wider community through charity and fund raising events.

The School Council is led by Mrs Mansfield.

Core Value Leaders

The Core Value Leaders are children in Sycamore Class who embody are Christian values, leading by example and supporting others to be the best they can be. These children support the spirituality of the school by promoting tour values and vision throughout school. They support with collective worship and help to lead services.

The Core Value Leaders are led by Miss Mills.

Latest News

This week we have had two sporting fixtures. Our year 5/6 football team played an away match at Farmbrough School. The children played incredibly well with a final result of 1-4 to Farmbrough. A big …

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Our school vision has always been: Aim High – Believe – Succeed Although most of the children and staff recognise this and have a basic understanding of its meaning, we haven’t been confidently using it …

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This term we have been focusing on RESPECT. We awarded Core Value Role Model of the Term certificates to recognise children who embody this core value every single day. Thank you to Amariah Actub (our …

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