The Fourth Classes all headed out to Gormanston College yesterday for their school tour to Let’s Go! There were lots of fun activities for the boys to take part in and a good day was had by all:)
Over 40 students from St. Joseph’s C.B.S. auditioned and took part in local talent show School Stars this year, with two acts making it through to the final and performing in front of Louis Walsh. All boys worked really and we definitely have some future stars! Well done to all involved you did us proud:)
Today the fourth class boys toil part in an art workshop provided by the Droichead Arts Centre. Each class took part in a workshop and were challenged with creating some crazy and wonderful creatures. The boys worked in groups and as you can see some fantastic art was created!
The boys in G6 have spent the past few weeks learning all about New Zealand! The boys have been studying about New Zealand in all areas of the curriculum even in Irish! We hope you like their haka :))))
A big well done to all the boys who took part in School Stars last night in the TLT. St Joseph’s did amazingly well with four acts in the final- Oliver Clutterbuck, Gravity 56, Fergus Brown and Oisin Dunne! The school won awards for best solo dancer, best instrumentalist and best choir. Fergus Brown also came overall third! So proud of our boys😀
Music Generation is a programme that was set up by U2 to help develop music amongst school children. This year the boys from Ms. Maher’s fourth class took part in their choral programme. The boys have been working with choral master Darren Magee since January and all of their hard work culminated in a concert with Marymount school. The concert was a huge success and was greatly enjoyed by all who attended. The boys represented the school with pride and boy were we proud of them :))