Click here to access the the book lists for September 2016. The LCA and TY book lists are yet to be confirmed and will be added to this list when ready.
There will be a “St Joseph’s” Uniform Drop and Swap on Thursday 16th June from 1.30pm 4.30pm in the parents room. Please bring along any clean jumper/skirt/trousers/shirt/jacket to swap for any other item. Unwanted uniforms also gratefully accepted. Philann’s, our uniform supplier will be available from 2.30pm – 5.30pm for measurements and orders for new […]
Please be advised that the Leaving Certificate Grading system will change for all those sitting the Leaving Certificate from 2017. Below is a chart outlining the new percentage bands, the new letter grades (and scale ranging from 1-8) and the points that each grade attracts: Explanation of chart and points to note: The traditional letter […]
Uganda 2016 – Report from the group who travelled. The video that accompanies this post details the full journey with songs that we listened to whilst we were over in Uganda and that are memorable to us. We hope it gives you some sense of the immersion programme and what life in Africa is really […]
We are undertaking a self-evaluation of teaching and learning in our school. To help us in that evaluation, we would be very grateful for your views and opinions on the matters in the questionnaire below. The questionnaire should take between 5-10 minutes to complete. We would be very grateful if you would complete it. Please […]
St. Joseph’s recently received their second flag in five years in acknowledgement of the work they carry out as a Health Promoting School. Pictured with the flag are staff and students of the school who make up the committee, along with Pauline Flynn and Patricia McQuaid representing the parents association, and Anne Walshe of […]
From The Time Machine to 1984, take a journey through the top 100 books teachers have recommended for students at secondary school. This is the Times Educational Supplement’s top 100 books to read before you leave secondary school, as voted by teachers. How many have you read? This is TES’ top 100 books to read before you […]
School principal Patricia Hayden talks about St. Joseph’s and the Trinity Access program in this piece in the Irish Times today. Click here for a link to the full article.
The store will be remain open until 27th May. iPad deployment will take place on the 24th of June. For students who already have an iPad, you will still need to log onto the store to purchase your eBooks for school. Please note that a late fee will be applied to any orders placed after […]
There will be talk on Wednesday the 2nd of March for all parents & guardians of students in St. Joseph’s. It will be delivered by the Gardai and will cover latest trends, common misunderstandings, relevant law and what’s happening in north county Dublin in the area of internet safety/cyberbullying. This is a most thought provoking talk delivered by […]