Encourage, Support and Inspire… “St Joseph’s aims for its students to become responsible, compassionate, tolerant, courageous, non-judgemental citizens concerned about … Continue reading
Encourage, Support and Inspire…
“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
A Level Results – Latest News
St Joseph’s College are celebrating another fantastic set of results with 31% achieving A*/A and 61% achieving A*- B.
Headteacher Melissa Roberts said: “We are so proud of these great results which are the result of tremendously hard work by our students and staff. To maintain last year’s high standard and to improve on the numbers of students getting 3 A+ grades is fantastic, particularly in light of the increased challenge in the new exams. The vast majority of our students have got into their first choice university and we are exceptionally proud of them.”
The picture show 4 St Joseph’s College students: Sheeru Shamsi (A*, A, A); Peter Handy (A, A, A, A); Kayleigh Greenway (A*, A, A, A); Caitlin Hurst (A*, A*, A) celebrating their achievements.
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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Sixth Form Candle Conference
33 students from Years 12 and 13 and teachers from the Religious Education department recently took an active role in … Continue reading