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TY Students Protest outside Dáil Éireann

Message from St. Joseph’s Parents Association: As you may be aware, the school recently completed allocating places for 120 new first years who are due to start in August 2019. Unfortunately, due to a demand for places, we are left with 104 pupils on our waiting list. Whilst the Board of Management are addressing this […]

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Senior Cycle Review

St. Joseph’s has been selected as one of 40 schools to participate in the review of Senior Cycle. We need your parental input from all year groups. You can have your say at our coffee morning on Monday 22nd October at 7pm. If you can’t make it or would like to see the questions before hand, […]

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Application Form for Teaching Positions 2018/19

St. Joseph’s Secondary School is now advertising for teaching positions for next year (2018/19). Teaching positions are are offered subject to approval by the Department of Education and Skills. A contract cannot be entered into with a teacher until the redeployment process for 2018 is complete. Applications should be made by post using the application form linked […]

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The Classroom Divide

St. Joseph’s recently featured on Joe Duffy’s program on RTE. The show examines Ireland’s education system 50 years on from the introduction of free secondary schools, asking whether it is leaving those on the margins trailing behind. Joe Duffy visited our school on Leaving Cert results day and spoke with some of our staff and students. […]

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Red Weather Alert

  Due to the Red Weather Alert, the school will remain closed until Monday. Students should stay well away from roads as they are covered in snow and very slippery ice. Cars on these roads will not be able to break normally and are a danger to anyone in proximity to the road. Conditions are not set to improve […]

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Easy Payments Help

Payments to the school should go through the Easy Payment system. Your registered contact details (those that were given to the school) must be used to set up a parent account. While it’s great that this generation are very capable with technology, students or others cannot use their own details to setup Easy Payments, parents must sign […]

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Aidlink Uganda Immersion Project 2019 Application

The programme is being offered to next year’s 4th and 5th Year students and is being organised in conjunction with the Irish charity Aidlink. This will be the second programme of its kind that St Joseph’s has undertaken. In March 2016, 27 students and 5 teachers from the school travelled to Uganda with Aidlink and […]