Happy Shopping!

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

We are delighted to announce that the Virtual Christmas Market is now live, and available on the St. Joseph’s School website.  Please click on the following link to view the fabulous goods on offer from local stall holders as well as our very own talented staff members: https://www.stjosephscornwall.co.uk/life-at-stj/virtual-christmas-fayre-2020/

If you see something you like, you just need to click on one of the symbols at the bottom of the page to be sent straight to their email or social media page.

There is also a Facebook page where the stallholders are highlighting their products: “St. Joseph’s Virtual Christmas Market” at https://www.facebook.com/groups/stjosvirtualmarket

 

Happy shopping.

From the joint PTA/ Staff team.

Our virtual Christmas market is now live. Happy shopping everyone!

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Anti-bullying Week

November 19th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in News - (0 Comments)

Year 6 have created these wonderful #AntiBullyingWeek posters to help #UnitedAgainstBullying

 

Year 10 Chemistry

November 19th, 2020 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Gallery | News - (0 Comments)

Year 10 students Josh Beadle, Lucas Turner and Thomas Morcom making the salt sodium chloride using a technique called a titration. It involves the particularly tricky use of a pipette filler (as demonstrated) by Josh to measure the sodium hydroxide solution. They all did really well and carried out the practical perfectly.

It was great to be back in school and see everybody this first half term, although we have all been socially distancing, something makes everyone feel closer and more part of the St Joseph’s family than ever!

At the beginning of term with European day of languages, all of the prefects helped out in different ways, whether it was hiding dolls or taking photos, the day was a big success.

School council met just before half term and a number of great ideas from all years were put forward, so we are planning to meet again in the next couple of weeks to discuss what actions we can take to make the ideas possible.

The prefect team have been working hard and helping staff by helping with after school prep on a number of occasions and generally helping out with whatever is needed. Over this past half term we have been really proud of the Year 8 deputy prefects who have managed the prefect roles in their bubbles. Those students are, Ella, Lowen, Oscar, Max, Hollie, Rosie, Grace , Will and Jack.

Looking forward to this half term, Children in Need day will be another big success and although limited in the range of activities we can do, the prefect team has helped to make sure everybody plays their part and gets involved.

Mary and Robin

Pictured are the Years 9, 10 and 11 School Council representatives.