The situation in Sierra Leone is at crisis point and our brothers and sisters have asked for our help. We … Continue reading
We need your help
The situation in Sierra Leone is at crisis point and our brothers and sisters have asked for our help. We have been able to organise a way to send desperately needed supplies to Sierra Leone. If you can help in any way it would be very much appreciated.
Update – Friday 28th November.
So far, after 4 days, we have received £1,510 towards the cost of Ebola kits, plus an enormous amount of items. We still have one week to go, any support is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We recently received a newsletter explaining the impact this appeal has already had in Sierra Leone.
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“St Joseph’s aims for its students to become responsible, compassionate, tolerant, courageous, non-judgemental citizens concerned about social justice, living their lives with integrity.” OFSTED 2014
St Joseph’s College is an 11 to 18 co-educational Catholic school which provides places for Catholic and non-Catholic pupils. Since our foundation in 1932, St Joseph’s College has been a forward thinking community, which provides the very best environment and atmosphere to foster excellence inside and outside the classroom. St Joseph’s College is part of the Edmund Rice family of schools, founded by the Christian Brothers and following the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice.
St Joseph’s College has Specialist Status for Science and Mathematics and is rated as Outstanding in all areas by Ofsted. The College was amongst the first schools to convert to Academy status in 2011 and in 2012 became one of the country’s first Teaching Schools.
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