Lost Property

Lost property will be on display for pupils during lunch time on Wednesday 8th March, and will be available to view by Parents and Carers between 3.45 – 4.45pm on Wednesday 8th March only. Please note that all unclaimed items will be donated to charity.  

English Poetry Trip

Pupils from Years 9 and 10 travelled to Birmingham on an English trip arranged by Miss Bryan, which allowed them to hear performances from five poets and an explanation of how to answer GCSE poetry questions from a Chief Examiner. It was a terrific line-up of some of the great names of contemporary poetry. Poet … Read more

Ten Ten Theatre

On Monday 27th February, we  welcomed the Ten Ten Theatre company in to school for their annual visit. Ten Ten Theatre deliver sessions to the pupils around PSE issues. This year the sessions were called “Facts of Life” for year 8 and explored the story of girl who had started at a new school  because … Read more

Headteacher Appointment

Mrs Justine Barlow, Chair of Governors is delighted to announce that Mr Christopher Wilkinson has been appointed to the post of Headteacher at St Joseph’s School.  Following an intense interview process the Governor’s Appointments Panel were unanimous in their decision.  We wish Mr Wilkinson a long and happy career at St Joseph’s School. I am … Read more

Hitler on Trial

The History Department took their Year 10 GCSE History students to watch a performance of Hitler on Trial on 7th February 2017. Hitler on Trial is a half-day presentation focused on Germany 1919 -1939 and is designed to help students improve their performance in the GCSE History examinations. The day opened with a grade-booster workshop. The … Read more

Castles

Over the last few weeks Year 7 have been working really hard on their assessment on castles. They have been looking at how and why castles have changed over time. As part of this assessment they have had to do a presentation to the rest of their class. They have produced power points, drawn pictures, … Read more