St. Joseph's Catholic College






St. Joseph's isA Good School , Ofsted 2014.
Teaching is typified by good, professional relationships between teachers and their students. Teachers have high expectations with regards to students’ behaviour and attitudes to learning, Ofsted 2014.
The Principal and senior leaders have maintained improvements at the college, particularly with regard to thequality of teaching and students’ achievement, Ofsted 2014.

A welcome from the Principal

Welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic College. When speaking to prospective parents I usually start with the question what do we want for our children? Our answer in St Joseph’s is that we want them to be happy and we want them to achieve to their full potential. Our aim is to provide a caring and supportive environment in which each individual can progress academically, spiritually and culturally.

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The College is open as normal.
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Dates for your Diary

Performing Arts Evening
Thursday, 11th February - 7:00pm

College Closes for Students
Friday,12th February - 4:00pm

College Re-Opens for Students
Monday, 22nd February

 

I'm delighted to be writing to you to offer you the opportunity to purchase a Class of 2016 Commemoration Hoodie for your child.

We are working with ‘School Leavers Company’ and the following link will take you to the online shop: www.schoolleaverscompany.co.uk/shops/SL30044 which has specifically been set up for St. Joseph’s Catholic College.

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The Clifton Children’s Society, Christmas Care, Harbour Project and Threshold have all benefitted from our non-school uniform day.

A total of £ 1038.80 was raised.

Thank you to everyone for your support.

At St. Joseph’s Catholic College we are committed to ensuring that every student is academically stretched in the classroom. To achieve this we are reorganising the Year 7 teaching classes, so that students are in groups where work can be set at an appropriate level to maximise the progress made in each lesson.

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On Thursday 25th November St. Joseph's Year 7 Netball team played Dorcan in an away competitive match, where St. Josephs won 10-4. It was a really close game at the beginning with both teams scoring well deserved goals. But St. Joseph's did storm ahead scoring five goals in one quarter of the match. Our defence also played really well, especially since Dorcan had some very tall players. Our Player of the Match went to Olivia Bath and Lorna Kamau who both played extremely well. The player of the match for Dorcan was their GA, because we felt that she scored some tough goals and she never gave up on her attack. It was a really well played match by both teams and we are buzzing to have come out victorious. Our St. Joseph's squad included Jessica, Lorna, Olivia, Mia, Ashley, Lexie and Jessica.

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On Tuesday the 6th October St. Joseph's Year 7 Netball Team beat Swindon Academy. It was a great achievement so everybody was pleased. The
players were Olivia Bath-C, Lorna Kamu-WD, Jessica De Mello-GA, Jessica Beby Bena-GS, Chantelle Mwangi- GK, Ashley Boby- GD, Hannah Barr-WD, Lexy Moore-WA. All the girls tried their best! Also thanks to Miss Jones and Miss Brennan for being there and supporting the team.

During the first half, the girls were staying in their attacking side mostly, for they kept scoring. Lexy, Jessica, Olivia and Jessica worked really well together. Ashley, Chantelle, Lorna and Hannah were really good at defending our net. There was lots of teamwork and support from each player. During the second half, Olivia tripped over, but because she was so strong, she got back up and carried on playing.

At the end of the match, sportsmanship really showed in the girls.We cheered for Swindon Academy. We choose the GD from their team to be the player of the match because she was really good. Swindon Academy chose Jessica De Mello-GA as the player of the match.

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Free School Meals

Claiming for free school meals (FSM) means that the College can also get up to £900 of additional funding per child for uniform, equipment and educational trips, all items your child will benefit from. Our card payment system also makes being on FSM discrete and anonymous. We are all living through challenging times financially so if you think your circumstances make your child eligible for FSM please apply using the form below or call 01793 714201.

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Contact Us

St. Joseph's Catholic College
Ocotal Way
Swindon
SN3 3LR

01793 714200
Student Absence: 01793 714236
Post Sixteen: 01793 714243

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Company Number: 7696999
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