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We are delighted to take this opportunity to welcome you to St Julian's School. We are a vibrant, successful comprehensive school, in the heart of Newport. There are approximately 1,600 young people and over 200 staff working in our building.  Our aim is to guide each of our students on their individual paths to success. Our students are encouraged and inspired by each member of staff to talk passionately about their learning. It is essential that we provide each individual with the skills necessary to achieve their ambitions.  St Julian's School prides itself on being a fully inclusive community where all students are encouraged to reach their potential and achieve their best through quality teaching and effective support. Boasting a successful past, the school strives towards an even greater future. 

About Us

St Julian’s is a successful, popular and over-subscribed 11-18 secondary school situated in Newport, South Wales with a population of around 1,600 students.  St Julian’s derives its name from the St Julians area of Newport, which is close to several areas of outstanding natural beauty.  We enjoy a strong reputation in the local community for providing high quality education across a wide spectrum of abilities. St Julian’s is an exciting, inclusive school with a dedicated and committed staff.  We are passionate about education and strive for our students to become confident individuals who make a positive contribution to their local and national communities.  We aim to provide our students with a balanced education for life within a caring environment.  We have an excellent reputation for nurturing our students and providing opportunities for every student in our care to succeed. The School and its location Our two cluster schools are St Julian's Primary and Glan Usk Primary.  However, a significant number of students join us from Eveswell and Maindee primary schools, together with students from other schools across the city. The main school building, which was opened in 1941, has undergone extensive internal refurbishment and is well maintained throughout.  There are two additional buildings – the Jubilee Building and the Technology Block.  Plans are currently in place to improve the Post-16 study area and provide additional office space in the Jubilee Building. An integral part of the school is a Learning Development Centre (LDC) for 60 Moderate Learning Disability students drawn from the whole of Newport.  The LDC makes a very positive contribution to the school’s inclusive ethos. The School works very closely with its Local Authority, Newport City Council, and the EAS (Education Achievement Service) together with many other partners in a wide variety of sectors.  All eight secondary schools in Newport work closely together to provide an extensive Post-16 collaborative curriculum for our learners.  We work particularly closely with our preferred partner, Lliswerry High School.

Working for us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.Join our School Talent Pool now!For more information about School Talent Pools visit

School Videos

Please visit the links below to view our YouTube videos and to get an idea of what happens on a day to day basis at our school, as well as some recent special events:

Day in the Life of St Julian's School

Huw Lewis Visit to St Julian's School

Google Apps for Education Roadshow 2015



Social Media

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Contact Us


If you are interested in obtaining further information about the school, or any of the vacancies, please feel free to contact us on the below details:

St Julian’s School
Heather Road
NP19 7XU

Tel: 01633 224490
Fax: 01633 216500
Twitter: @StJuliansSchool