EXCEPTIONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
St Julian's has more than 1,000 students from over 40 countries.
Students from ages 3 to 15 have the opportunity of following the English National Curriculum culminating in GCSE examinations, or the Portuguese National Curriculum. Students aged 16 to 18 follow the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
Our Latest News
Shakespeare Day: “O this learning, what a thing it is!”
"Who could get the following varied elements to compact and so agree: seven languages, six faculties, five decades, four hours, three sections, two genders and a Headmaster? The only possible answer to that question is: William Shakespeare!"
IT Department News: Technovation Challenge 2016
"For the first time at St. Julian’s, we have students who are participating in Technovation, a technology entrepreneurship programme/competition created specifically for young women."
Class of 2016 Last Day of School
The event took place on the 22nd April of 2016.
Former Alumni won a Goldwater Scholarship
Miguel Sobral, who graduated in 2013 and now attends Johns Hopkins in the US, has just won one of 252 Goldwater Scholarships.
News from Alumni
News from former pupil Sofia Horta e Costa.
Academic Calendar and Main Dates for 2016/17
Next year's calendar is available on our website.
Four St. Julian’s School students received the accolade of “Outstanding Pearson Learner Award for Highest Mark in the World for GCSE Art and Design: Fine Art in 2015”
St. Julian’s School have received wonderful news: four of our GCSE Art students have been awarded prizes for their examination results.
Conversion of IB grades to Portuguese grades
Conversion of IB grades to Portuguese grades for the purpose of enrolling in Portuguese Universities.
Message from the Headmaster
Update on our strategic progress.
Primary School News: Science & Maths Day 2015
Throughout the day there were visitors for everyone, talking about their jobs as scientists and how Maths was also essential to their role.