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School Summary
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National, IB, curricula.

 

St Julian's School

2776-601, Carcavelos, Portugal
Tel: (+351) 21 458 5300
Fax: (+351) 21 458 5312

Email: mail@stjulians.com
Web site: http://www.stjulians.com

CURRICULUM AND EXAMS:
Curriculum
:  UK, International, IB
Exams: GCSE, IGCSE, SAT, IB

ENROLMENT:
Age Range: 3-18
Total Enrolment: 970
Nationalities: 44
507 boys, 463 girls
Early Years N-Y2: 218
Juniors Y3-5: 214
Yrs 6-9: 306
10 & 11: 129
IB: 103

FEES:

Day only:  5721- 14280
Other Fees: Registration 550; Entrance (once) 1,450; Insurance (pa) 35
Learning Support Programme

St Julian's School is a co-educational and non-profit-making school following an English curriculum run by a Board of Governors and the Headmaster. It was founded in 1932.

The school is situated ten miles from Lisbon, within easy reach of the Lisbon/Cascais Railway and close to the sea. Its buildings are adapted from an 18th century palace, subsequently used by the Cable and Wireless Company.

There are two 'sides' to the school, Portuguese and English. The Portuguese side follows the national system of education. The English side includes a Primary School and a Secondary School. Exams for the Common Entrance and GCSE (Midland Board) and IGCSE are taken. Courses leading to the IB Diploma are offered in the VI form (ages 16-18).

Facilities include a theatre/gymnasium, and two small gymnasia, three libraries, six science labs, art rooms, four tennis courts, and playing fields, where football, hockey and athletics are played.

Cooked lunches are provided in the two dining rooms for those who wish it.

There are some 44 nationalities in the school. On the English side the staff are experienced UK or Commonwealth trained. The average size of a class is 20. Immersion courses in English are available in and there is remedial support throughout the school.

The school year runs from early September to the end of June and includes the usual breaks for Christmas and Easter.

Admission above the nursery level is dependent upon satisfactory reports, an entrance test and an interview.