Important Travel Update

Important notice for parents of pupils who travel on a WCBC school bus We have been notified by the Local Authority that they are receiving calls from their bus operators informing them that pupils do not have or are refusing to show their school bus pass to the driver. They have asked us to remind … Read more

The Science of Dragons

On Wednesday 5th July 2017, all year 7 pupils took part in the Welsh Government funded roadshow “The Science of Dragons” presented by Scientific Sue. They saw and assisted with many exciting science experiments that are relevant to the Key Stage 3 Curriculum, but if that is not enough, the whole show was themed around … Read more

TCC Concert June 2017

On Friday 23rd June 2017, St Joseph’s participated in the Together Creating Communities Concert that took place at St. Giles Parish Church. St Giles Church was aglow with the musicians from St Joseph’s, St Mary’s Singing Squad and “Elvis Cymraeg”! It was a wonderfully diverse concert which raised much-needed funds for this worthy charity. I … Read more

CânSing 2017

St Joseph’s were proud to host their own CanSing event in the School Gym on Friday 16th June 2017. The event was opened by Suzanne Barnes, Director of CanSing and led by Ruth Evans, Animateur and Welsh National Opera singer. Joined by our invited guests from St Christopher’s School, everyone enjoyed rhythmic and vocal warmups … Read more

Routes into Languages Cymru

Congratulations to all who took part this week in the Routes into Languages school final of the French and German Spelling Bee. We are pleased to announce that Seweryn Dzikowski and Alyssa Aranas (German) and Gabriel Pebeyre and Katie Jones (French) will be representing St Joseph’s in the all Wales final towards the end of … Read more

Dutch Visit

On Wednesday 22nd March, we were delighted to welcome a group of 33 students and their teachers from Carolus Clusius College, Zwolle in the Netherlands.  They followed  a variety of Year 9 lessons throughout the day, including, Maths, Science, English, Technology, Welsh, Drama, History, Geography and Music.  It was an exciting opportunity for our students to meet their counterparts … Read more

Tin Can Appeal

The British Ironwork Centre has launched a School recycling project which aims to collect an enormous 1 million tin cans . All local schools have been asked to get involved. St Joseph’s has signed up and are appealing to our School Community to take part. If you would like to donate could we please ask parents to … Read more