In what was a wonderful Junior School occasion, last week parents, grandparents and friends gathered to enjoy a wonderful Junior School Harvest Festival last week. Children throughout the Junior School performed poems they had written, shared pictures of their favourite fruits and sang songs of harvest to this very special, and very proud, audience. As always they were fantastic and of course everyone enjoyed the classic song ‘Big red combine harvester’. All involved with the Junior School and the wider St Joseph’s community are incredibly proud of all our children and each time they perform to an audience it seems to get better and better. We are now looking forward with real excitement to the Christmas Productions!
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Launceston Food Bank. They are extremely grateful for the generosity shown in supporting those so desperately in need of all that was donated across the school. A big thank you goes to Dylan, our Junior charity prefect who helped to organise the collection. Fabulous to see, particularly as he only joined the school in September. Well done to Mrs Houghton and all those involved in baking the beautiful harvest loaf as well as to the indefatigable Mrs Smith for producing such an event in the few short weeks since we returned in September.
Join us for our Autumn Orchard Open Evening
Registration is now open for our Junior School Orchard Open Evening taking place on Friday 4th October from 4.30pm – 6pm.
The event is open to all children aged between 3 and 11, so bring a friend and enjoy this fantastic opportunity to join in with outdoor activities.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and there will be refreshments provided for all.
This is a fun and inclusive event – all welcome.