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St Josephs College Newsletter 14th October

St Josephs College Newsletter 14th October

St Josephs College

3rd Year Windfarm Trip: A total of four trips made their way on alternative days this week to a windfarm in Co. Offaly as part of their 3rd year scientific study of biodiversity and green energy. This gave the students a great insight into biodiversity and the view green energy in action.

Classics Trip: Our 6th year classics students returned safely on Saturday evening after their 4 day trip to the Italian capital of Rome. The students had a great time and we would like to Thank the teachers that accompanied them on the trip.


Shoebox Appeal: St Joseph’s College is once again taking part in the shoebox appeal for team hope in which they will bring in wrapped shoeboxes filled with presents for children living in Africa and Eastern Europe, spreading some magic into these children’s lives. We are encouraging everyone, not just members of the St Joseph’s School community, to get involved in the shoebox appeal. It really will make a huge difference in a child’s life this Christmas.

Sport: Our Senior Camogie team started off their campaign this year with a 9-point victory over Dominicans. Well done to all the team and the management team of Mr. Kirwan and Mr.L. Quinn. Congratulations to our Former Student Niamh Farrelly who was part of Irelands Women's Team that made history last night by qualifying for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next summer.


Transition Year: The musical rehearsals for the upcoming performance of Guys and Dolls is in full swing now with the final auditions set to be completed at the end of this week. We will be soon releasing information in relation to ticket sales , please monitor or website or social media sites for up to date information on tickets.

6th Year French Trip: 34 students and 4 Teachers jetted off on Tuesday this week on a 4-day language trip to France. In this time they will visit the cities of Cannes, Nice and Monaco as well as having language classes they will enjoy wonderful cultural experiences along the way.


Antibullying and Friendship Week: Our student council ran an excellent antibullying and friendship week in the school this week. Each day the student council invited students to join them in making friendship bracelets that were distributed amongst the student body. The students set up a mural with the slogan kind words cost nothing which students could add any kind messages to during the week.

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