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Bridging Courses for September 2017

20th July 2017

The idea behind a bridging course is to both give an introduction to the content of a course, and also give you an idea about how you might be examined.  You may well find them tricky – that’s fine!  Bring your work with you in September – different teachers will use them in different ways. Clicking […]

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Examination Results: Summer 2017

This year’s results dates: AS/A2 Thursday 17th August 2017 from 8:00am GCSE (including Maths and English re-sits)/BTEC Thursday 24th August 2017 from 8:30am. These will be available in the Main Hall. If someone is collecting them on your behalf they must have a signed letter from yourselves, these can either be sent into school (exams […]

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Food Bank Thank You

Dear Pupils On behalf of the foodbank may we say a huge Thank You to you all, for your help last week, you did a great job sorting all the food and getting it all away in the right places. We hope you enjoyed it, and have a better understanding of the foodbank and how […]

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Future Ready Programme

18th July 2017

We have been awarded more than £60 000 by the Edge Foundation to better prepare our students for higher and degree apprenticeships. Building on its Futures Ready programme, St Joseph’s will link with Sunderland University to develop courses that enable students to spend two days each week working with industry professional in the workplace alongside […]

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Setting classes from September

All pupils will be set from September.  This will ensure that every pupil is challenged and supported appropriately which will enable them to reach their potential.  Sets will be based on targets calculated from Key Stage 2 data as well as assessments that pupils sit during the year.  There may be movement between sets if […]

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School dinners update

We have a new cashless system in school to allow pupils to pay for school dinners. From September pupils must load their accounts with cash using the paypoints, or hand cheques into the refectory before school and at morning break time. From September cash can not be accepted at the tills. Early in September we […]

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