As part of the 1916-2016 celebrations 1st and 2nd Class visited Collins Barracks for an Open Day. The boys really enjoyed the day. We visited the cell that Thomas Kent was executed in 1916 after leading the rebellion in Cork. … Continue reading
The children of St. Joseph’s sold badges for daffodil day 2016 and raised €519. Which means that almost every student bought a badge. This is an amazing achievement and we are very proud. All of the money has been given … Continue reading
Today, March 15th the pupils and staff celebrated the signing of the proclamation. Three boys from 6th raised the tri-colour along with every other primary and secondary school in Ireland. The pupils in 6th created their own proclamation and so … Continue reading
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Today was a very special day here at St. Joseph’s. We had two important visitors from the Army – Lieutenant Sheehan and Gunner Coffey. They were here to deliver a new Irish flag to commemorate the upcoming 100th anniversary of … Continue reading
We have the pleasure of having the National Flag being delivered on Friday the 23rd of October. Lieutenant Sheehan from the Defence Forces will be delivering the flag to the school. All the boys will be required to be in … Continue reading