This evening was to help parents maximise the progress their sons make through KS4. It is an important time of their lives educationally and we work in partnership to ensure all the students achieve their full potential.
Head of Year Presentation
Last Updated on Monday, 11 October 2010 07:36
Ski Austria 2011
Thursday, 09 September 2010 16:30
We are glad to announce the 2011 St Joseph's College Ski Trip will be to Austria.
The latest School Newsletter is now available to view online via the link on the left side bar, below the Headmaster's message.
Last Updated on Friday, 09 July 2010 09:18
GCSE Results Day 2010
Friday, 09 July 2010 08:39
This year's GCSE results will be available for collection by students between 10.00am and 12.00pm on Tuesday 24th August not Wednesday 25th, as previously advised.
This ensures consistency with the majority of Croydon Schools which will be issuing results on that day.
We apologise for any misunderstanding or inconvenience that may have resulted from earlier communications.
Last Updated on Monday, 26 July 2010 07:57
International Visit from Lu He High School, China
Thursday, 08 July 2010 09:33
On the 6th July 2010, 38 students, aged from 12 to 16, and 3 teachers from Le Hu high School in Beijing visited the College to experience life at an English school.
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They had lessons in Chinese History through Drama from Mr. Cook, making Pancakes in Food Technology from Ms. Troendle, Singing with Mr. Davies and Mr. Sanders, where they recorded some songs and were able to take the CD away as a souvenir and a Code Breaking session in Mathematics with Mr. Skinner.
The performance from the welcome team (Yr8) and conversations between our 9 Mandarin students and Chinese visitors were very impressive.
Thanks to all the teachers involved, including Mandarin Department staff led by Ms Xiao, who worked so hard to make the day successful.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 July 2010 08:13
BP Young Scientist Challenge
Thursday, 08 July 2010 09:04
On the 1st of July, a group of group of 5 year 9 students were chosen specifically to compete in the prestigious, national level, BP young scientist challenge of 2010. Their task was to design and create a small boat that would be made to sail quickly and efficiently by harnessing power of wind. They were provided with limited resources which they used to construct a fast yet good looking boat. They were marked on its speed, design and teamwork. There were 23 schools competing to make the finest boat design. In the end, the pupils did fantastically, and although they had the fastest boat, they came third in the whole competition.
The participating pupils were: Jeffrey Chui Hom Lap, EwanVaz, EmmanuelAdeyeye, JedidiahHungbeme and OluwagbemilekeOnile-Ere.