St. Joseph’s football team took on Cloghroe on Wednesday at the school pitch. It was extremely close in the first half with Joes level with Cloghre. As the second half continued Cloghroe started to tire and Joes took the advantage … Continue reading
On the Thursday the 13th the Lord Mayor, Des Cahill visited St.Josephs . He was greeted by the Bodhran Bookills they played three songs for him and he enjoyed it immensely. He spoke to all the classes and answered many … Continue reading
St. Joseph’s vs Scoil Barra St. Joes Gaelic football team travelled to Ballincollig Football club to play against Scoil Barra. There were good conditions for football. Joes showed great teamwork getting the lead at the very start of the game … Continue reading
On Thursday the 13th of October the Lord Mayor of Cork will come to Saint Joseph’s and plant two sapling Rowen trees. Third class have been taking care of the saplings.
The fifth and sixth class boys are going to visit the City Library today to see P.J. Lynch! P.J. Lynch, Laureate na nÓg, has illustrated many well known books for children, including Oscar Wilde’s Stories For Children, The Snow Queen and … Continue reading
Check out these 4th class boys reading their favourite Roald Dahl books. They celebrated his birth 100 years ago today in class by bringing in their Roald Dahl collections and reading them.
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Fifth and sixth travelled to Killarney to take part in a competition called the Colm Cooper. The Colm Cooper is a football tournament for Presentation Brothers schools, it gives a chance for schools to play with other schools from Cork … Continue reading
The play is called ‘A Suitably Happy Ending’. It’s about somebody who left the top off the toothpaste and a fight breaks out between the goblins and the witches. Meanwhile Jack comes home with his SATS (exams) and does so … Continue reading