Well done to everyone who took part in the Landrake cross country run today. We are very proud of you all. Here are a few photos from the finish!
The under 14’s performed very well on our annual trip to Nottingham for ISA football last week. Staying overnight at the University of Nottingham prepared the students well. They were well motivated for the tournament despite half of the squad being a year younger than most opponents. The team made their way to the Shield Final, where they lost 2-0 but had some fantastic performances along the way and many goals scored. Well done to Daniel, Robert, Callum, George, Will, Harry, Robin and Henry for representing the school so well. ⚽️
Good luck to our U14 Football team taking part today in the ISA tournament in Nottingham ⚽️ They are ready for their first match!
St Joseph’s pupils were very excited to be taking part in the annual ISA South West Cross Country event that took place on Wednesday 23rd January at Haldon Forest, Exeter this week, a fantastic opportunity for our talented runners to really show their worth.
The prestigious event is a showcase for many of the region’s best runners from a host of ISA schools, and an excellent opportunity for children from Years 4 to Year 10 to tackle the challenging course, with a chance to qualify for the ISA National event for those who finish in the top ten in their event.
St Joseph’s athletes ran fantastically well with a total of 11 pupils finishing in these prized qualifying positions.
As a sign of the squad’s strength in depth, our Year 7 and 8 girls, 7 and 8 boys and the 9 and 10 boys all won their team events, highlighting the sense of community and teamwork that is central to the school’s ethos. All agreed this was a fantastic team effort.
Special congratulations must go to Harrison Shaw in Year 4 and Arlen Morrell-Davies in Year 10, both of whom came 1st place in their races. Well done to both boys for outstanding individual performances and to everyone who took part for their contributions to the team’ success.