Children’s Mental Health Week

February 3rd, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in News - (0 Comments)
Top tips for Parents and Carers from @Place2Be A few simple ways you can encourage your child to #findtheirbrave #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek
https://www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk/

Reception Class Super Stars!

January 30th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Gallery | News - (0 Comments)

This morning our Reception Class have been practising their letter formation and memory skills! They were all fantastic when Mrs Hampton challenged them to spell new words. Well done Reception children πŸ‘

Places are available for entry into Reception Class in September 2020. Reception Class at St Joseph’s enjoy weekly swimming, music and french lessons as well as excellent after school clubs. Children can join our Reception Class on a part-time or full-time basis. If your child is due to start Reception Class in September do get in touch for further information.

 

The National Apprenticeship Show

January 30th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Events | News - (0 Comments)

As part of our Careers and Guidance Program this week Year 10 students visited the National Apprenticeship Show at Westpoint Arena.
The show aims to bring students together with employers and training providers offering all levels of Apprenticeships from intermediate, advanced, higher and degree. Here are the Year 10 students at the Show trying out VR Simulators on the RAF Stand. A great day was had by all.
Further information about the show can be found here:Β https://www.nationalapprenticeshipshow.org/southwest/

Sewing their own teddy bears!

January 30th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Gallery | News - (0 Comments)

As part of our topic on bears, the Year 1 children are going to sew their own teddy bear. After choosing his fabric, ribbon and button eyes, Charlie is preparing the pattern ready for sewing next week. 🐻

Year 11 English

January 30th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Gallery | News - (0 Comments)

Year 11 were treated to a β€˜smorgasbord’ of revision activities to choose from in English today. Some students were very brave and tackled reading some A level academic essays on Great Expectations; they found the ideas in them fascinating. Others brainstormed the context of the novel using picture prompts, a few worked up notes on themes in revision flip notes, some worked on close textual analysis and a couple of students had another go at writing an essay. It was a busy and focused lesson with Year 11 working really hard. Well done!