Trip to Red Mountain Farm

Junior Infants went on their school tour to Red Mountain Farm today. Here are some pictures from Ms. Maloney’s class. They are all proudly wearing their bandanas that they designed as part of Arts and Culture Week.

Recent Fundraising

Well done to Mr Carberry and all involved in the Newtown Blues GAA event – Quid Games. We raised €3,085 for our school!!

Huge well done to all the boys and girls for participating in our JOE-Lympics event raising an amazing €6,500! Thank you to Dwellings for sponsoring this event!

As always, none of this would be possible without the support of our parents, staff and wider school community. Thank you!

 

Intercultural Parade

Intercultural Parade – Well done to all the boys and girls who took part in our parade, it was a fantastic day! Thank you to the parents and guardians who were able to attend. Huge thank you to all the teachers and SNAs who put in so much effort with making costumes, props and studying the different nations represented in our wonderful school! The children wore red on the day in support of the ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ campaign.

Active School Flag Raising

Here in St Joseph’s we take great pride in being a very active school and last week we raised our latest Active Flag. We celebrated recent active achievements at our Active School assembly with our Chairperson Geraldine Conlon presenting medals to our Gaelic football team. Mayor of Drogheda, Eileen Tulley was our special guest for this wonderful occasion and was assisted by her granddaughter in raising the new flag. Well done to our hardworking Active School Committee and Mr Carberry 👏🏃‍♂️🤸‍♀️🏊

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Mural Art Walk for Parents 6th March

 

 

 

 

 

 

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As part of the Drogheda Past project organised in conjunction with LEC and HSCL’s a Mural Art Walk for Parents took place on Monday 6th March.
 Tony and Grainne were the tour guides.
The parents enjoyed learning about Irish mythology.
The tour ended with a cup of tea in Scholars Town House.
A great time was had by all!