EXCEPTIONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
St Julian's has more than 1,000 students from Portugal, the United Kingdom and some 40 other countries.
Students from ages 3 to 15 have the opportunity of following the English National Curriculum (adapted to the school’s Portuguese location and international community) culminating in GCSE examinations, or the Portuguese National Curriculum (Ensino Básico). All older students (ages 16 to 18) follow the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme with the objective of preparing for Higher Education.
Our Mission Statement: A Commitment to Lifelong Learning.
“Our purpose is to create a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment within which all members of our community can achieve their full potential and develop a commitment to lifelong learning.”
Our Latest News
Food Bank Competition - 22nd to 26th September
Food Bank Competition Results
10 Year Alumni Reunion - Class of 2004
Photos of the late Alumni Reunion.
Yr13 Parents Conference - 5th November
Parents Conference - 5th November
Yr11 Geography School Trip to Colares - 5th November
School Trip - 5th November
Upper Primary House Assembly - 3rd November
Upper Primary Assembly - 3rd November
PACT Tombola Stall Toy Collection - 3rd November
3rd November - all week at Primary Entrance
PACT Pumpkin Sale - 4th/5th November
4th/5th November - 15.00
Lower Primary House Assembly - 7th November
Lower Primary Assembly - 7th November
LEHOP Halloween Sweet Sale Fundraiser - 7th November
7th November - 15.00
Leadership Assembly - 6th November
6th November - 08.30
Headmaster’s Coffee Morning - 5th November
5th November - 09.00
Bonfire Night - 8th November
8th November - 17.30-21.30