St Joseph's / Assumption Confraternity campaign was highly successful with the team taking home silverware for the first time since 2006.
At St Joseph’s School we offer a large number of co-curricular and extra- curricular opportunities. At the present time we have the following offerings for our students.
St Joseph’s Year 11 and 12 Geography students had a day in the field on Friday 29th April assisting Mr Brett Tunstall from World of Trees in the conservation of Queen Mary Falls. Mr Tunstall, an expert in forestry, gave students a lesson in the conservation and regeneration of Australian landscapes
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.
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.
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.
On Sunday, 7th February four St Joseph’s student leaders attended the official launch of Project Compassion with Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Toowoomba.
This week signals the extension of a dynamic Arts program within St Joseph’s School. The first stage the St Joseph’s Instrumental Music Program has been implemented this year granting students access to music lessons in woodwind, strings, piano, percussion and brass.
As the new year begins St Joseph’s School welcomes not only new families and students to its community but also numerous staff whose experience and skills cover a broad range of teaching areas.
Wednesday the 18th of November saw the annual Primary Campus swimming carnival take place in near perfect weather conditions. After six lead up lessons the students were ready to take on the challenge offered at the carnival. For some of our students this is an opportunity to gain selection to trials but for most the day is all about participation and challenging yourself.