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Important News For The New Year 2017 – 2018

Attention All Parents/Guardians

St Joseph’s College have become involved with Eco Schools programme and we aim to make environmental awareness and action an intrinsic part of the life and ethos of our school.  The programme’s participatory approach and combination of learning and action makes it an ideal way for schools like ours to begin improving the Read more

St Joseph’s College Reading Awards

Year 8 students set a target to read at least 5 additional books for pleasure (from September-Christmas).

Year 8s engaged wholly with the process and 40 students earned a Bronze Award, 13 students earned a Silver Award and 1 student earned a Gold Award.

Bronze Award winners earned a certificate. Silver Award winners earned a Read more

Pupils Run Belfast City Marathon For Marie Curie Cancer Care

Congratulations to the Year 14 pupils who took part in the Belfast City Marathon on Monday 4th May to raise awareness for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The pupils raised £180 during a fantastic Read more

Hannah Gallagher, interviews Oonagh Crossan, one of the leaders from WIMPS.

WIMPS

Want to have a voice? Want to learn how to speak to representatives from a range of organizations? Want to film an interview? Want to travel?
Join St Joseph’s College WIMPS team!

For BBC School Read more

Student Council News

In the academic year 2011/2012 the council were involved in several whole school initiatives. The pupils made suggestions and provided ideas in a number of policy areas: Read more

St Joseph’s College lifts prestigious Euroscola award

St Joseph’s College pupils have lifted the prestigious Euroscola award this year. Eight Year 12 pupils (Emine Ottong, Helen McGale, Jodie Carson, Leona McMullan, Eloise Weir, Nicole McGahan, Niall Moreland and Eoghan Grimley) Read more

Shoebox appeal 2012 for orphanages in Romania and Bosnia

Staff and post 16 students from Saint Joseph’s College have been working hard to support this year’s “Road of Hope” shoebox appeal. The “Road of Hope” is a charity based in Rasharkin, Read more

St Joseph's takes its seat in Parliament Buildings

Twenty-eight schools from across Northern Ireland and Ireland came together on Friday 19th October to take on the roles of the EU Member States at the Senate Chamber, Read more

Schools Fantasy Football League June 2012

Never mind the European Championships and who will win. Could it be Germany, Spain, Portugal or even Italy (wishful thinking Ludo). Read more

My-Maths breakfast club, huge success!

The mathematics breakfast club has proved to be a huge success, with the number of pupils attending, growing every day. The breakfast club runs from 8:30 – 9:15 every morning. Pupils have the opportunity to work on the ‘MyMaths’ program, whilst getting help and guidance from their maths teachers and classroom assistants. Read more

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