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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment
This week our newly elected Junior 1804 Society met for the first time as a cohort. At St Julie’s we value student voice - it is integral to whole school improvement; develops students’ listening and debating skills and it allows students to represent their form and year group. We value the views and opinions of students and actively seek to listen to them and work with them to ensure high standards of provision for all students. The main method of gaining the views and opinions of students is through the School Council system - 1804 Society - and for this reason we invited students to apply for a role which interested them and then peers were required to vote prior to half term.
The 1804 Society is integral to the daily life at St Julie’s because these students genuinely shape the future of the school and leave a lasting legacy. The 1804 Society gets its title from the year in which the Sisters of Notre Dame were founded. As such, the 1804 Society is a link in a chain to those who have gone before. Members are called upon to embrace what it is to have a Notre Dame education and to pass on the baton of the Spirit of St. Julie to those who follow. The 1804 Society is to be a living embodiment of the school motto which calls on all of our community to “Serve the good God well with much liberty of spirit.” As well as this general expectation, there are specific ways in which members can serve the community through a variety of leadership roles.
Mrs Jones and Mrs Wallace would like to thank all the staff and students involved in the voting process and wish our new Junior 1804 the best of luck in their new roles.
Beth, Lilly Jai
Kelcy, Abi, Ruby
Kaitlyn, Heidi, Ellie Mae
Olivia, Isabelle, Grace