Events & Activities



At St Joseph’s we have an exciting social, sporting and charitable calendar throughout the whole year.  Here is a list of just some of the events that you can expect your child to be involved in. 


  • Charity days such as the Macmillan Coffee morning, Comic relief, Children in Need and other charities identified by the children as needing our support. 
  • An annual ‘Prize Night’ including a spectacular performance from the whole school, showcasing their musical, dance and acting talents. 
  • Harvest Festival  
  • Termly masses held at St Barnabas Cathedral and other religious observance; celebrating the diversity of children and faiths across the school and nursery
  • Weekly ‘Achievement Assemblies’ where we invite parents to join us online or in person in celebrating the children’s excellent work, good behaviour and all-round accomplishments. 
  • Educational weeks or projects such as Science Week, Book Week, art days or historical re-enactment days. 
  • An annual residential trip for our Junior children. 
  • Day trips to inspiring places such as museums, castles, parks, farms and so on for topic related inspirational experiences. 
  • Christmas Disco 
  • Summer fair 
  • PTA Film Nights  
  • Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar 
  • Infant and Nursery nativity or Christmas plays 
  • Annual Carol Concert held at St Barnabas Cathedral 
  • Easter Concert 
  • Singing in residential homes, shopping centres or other community spaces 
  • Annual Canning Circus lights switch on concert 
  • Quizzes and Inter-House Competitions 
  • Sports competitions both ‘Inter-House’ and against other schools.  Matches range from football, cricket, rugby, netball, tennis, squash, dance and many more. 
  • Annual sports day 
  • Chess competitions 
  • Termly class assemblies 

It's Bake Off Time!
The winner will receive a special voucher, 5 credits for their house!
Bring your creative bake to reception on the 12th December between 8:00am - 1:30.
Slices will be sold at £1, remember all proceeds raised will be going towards improving the outside space

Following the success of Bricks for Kids this half term, please see information about next half term's project here:

Here is a link to book this block of Bricks for Kids:

The sessions will run for Years 1-6 on a Thursday lunch.

On Friday we are Wearing pink
We are asking children to still wear their school uniform, but to Jazz it up with something pink. E.g. a pink tie, socks , pink sweatshirt or pink hair accessories.
If you would like to participate please bring in a donation of £1

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