St Joseph's School, Stanthorpe | Living Mercy since 1875

From the Principal

The Importance of School-Family Communication

Where the channel of communication is working for both parents and schools, it has been shown that this can have positive effects on student outcomes. ...more...

The Social Worlds of Young People.

The Social Worlds of Young People.

Everyday teachers see how the social worlds of young people operate. At times it can be fascinating to see how young people interact; it can be heart warming to observe the kindness and concern of one teenager towards another; it can also be a very painful and uncomfortable experience. ...more...

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Cobb & Co Museum Visit

Cobb & Co Museum Visit

As part of Semester 1’s History and Science units, Year’s 1 and 2 students travelled to the Cobb and Co Museum in Toowoomba on Friday 29th April to immerse themselves in a little Australian history. ...more...

UQ Archaeological Excursion

UQ Archaeological Excursion

On Wednesday 23rd March Senior Biology and Ancient History students had the opportunity to participate in an archaeological excursion to the University of Queensland in Brisbane. Through practical experience students were able to learn the methods used by archaeologists, both in the field and in the laboratory, to study and interpret sites containing historical artefacts. ...more...

Mini Vinnies

Mini Vinnies

The Mercy Values of St Joseph’s School are not just words or whimsical ideas. Instead the Mercy Values of Options for the Poor, Dignity, Respect, Compassion, Mercy & Justice and Service appear in many forms across both campuses. They form a part of the school’s identity, its curriculum and can been seen in how students treat their peers, the many volunteer projects and community services. ...more...