Well done to the second years who won the regional semi final 35-31 against Dunmore. Unfortunately they lost the final after a right battle against St Joseph’s, Castlebar
Well done to the SRS lads who finished third in the senior award
Hard luck to our first year girls who lost by a single point to Glenamaddy in the regional semi final today. Well done to them for getting this far, they did us all proud
Barn Owl Books ready for Student Enterprise Awards in Breaffy house.best of luck. well done girls on getting this far.
SRS ltd. ready for off at the Student Enterprise Awards in Breaffy house. Best of luck to the boys. Well done on getting this far.
Well done to our students who took part in the national protest in Dublin today
1st & 2nd Yr Gaelic Football Panel. Won vs Moyne College today in the semi final of the 1st & 2nd Yr ETB competition. Final date and venue TBC
Well done to the SRS ty mini company who finished third today at the awards in Dublin. A great achievement and everyone very proud of the lads
We are very proud of and wish to recognize the achievements of our Junior Certificate student Amy Mahon who has been named in the Republic of Ireland under 15 girls schools squad. Amy got her first taste of International football recently when she lined out for the Republic of Ireland v Northern Ireland in a very entertaining game when honours ended even in a 0-0 draw a couple of weeks ago. Along with being an integral part of school teams Amy is also very much involved in the local Charlestown Ladies Gaelic team and Castlebar Celtic soccer team. Amy has a very busy schedule in the next few months both in the classroom and on the various sports pitches. The highlight will, no doubt be, putting on the Irish international jersey to represent her school, town and country in Spain for the Bob Docherty Cup. This year's Bob Docherty Cup runs from Sunday, April 21st, to Wednesday, April 24th, in Salou, Spain. Amy’s busy U15 Girls’ International Schedule Training Camps FAI HQ | U15 Schools v U16 FAI (closed session) | Saturday, March 23 FAI HQ | Training Session | Saturday, April 6 Bob Docherty Cup | U15 Girls’ International Tournament Salou,Spain Sunday, April 21, to Wednesday, April 24 All at St. Joseph’s wish Amy the best of luck with all her forthcoming sporting endeavours.
Our TYs at the awards day in Kiltimagh today. They were short listed for the entrepreneurial award. The prize went to Ballinode CC. Well done to them
The Leaving Certs braving the elements in Enniscrone today
External mock exams for French and Irish will be held during the next week in preparation for the forthcoming leaving cert orals. French: mock orals today and exam on Tuesday, March the 26th Gaeilge: mock orals next Wednesday the 20th of March and exam on week of April 1-6
Thanks so much for the great response to our clothes Collection. The deadline has now been extended until next Wednesday
Happy International Women’s Day from all at St Joseph’s!!!
These Tys had a great driving lesson in Knock today. Thanks to Gerry Gallagher for providing this great lesson and to Mr Conway for organising
The first years participated in the egg drop challenge in Engineering this week. Here is one example where three first years built a hen house
Please bring any unwanted clothes into school before 11th March. All help will be greatly appreciated and all funds will go towards enhancing the school
Our TY mini-company, SRS Ltd. have been shortlisted for the Griffith College Business Enterprise Competition, on the 14th March 2019. We are very proud of the success of this company. Budding entrepreneurs of the future! Also, on the 14th March 2019, SRS have been shortlisted for an ETB award in the category of Entrepreneurship. Great work by all, Well done!
Well done to our 2nd Year girls who had a comprehensive victory over St Joseph’s, Castlebar today at the Complex
The 1 year girls’ team which narrowly lost to St Joseph’s, Castlebar today. Hard luck girls
Mr Conway’s long awaited match report can be read here http://sjcc.ie/so-close-for-st-joes-but-grange-edge-connacht-final/
The Connacht final finished 1-0 to Grange PP. Well done to them. The st Joseph’s lads were in the game till the very end and put in a great effort. Hard luck and everyone in the school is proud of them
1-0 for grange at half time here at Sligo Regional Sport Centre. Grange took the lead early. St Joseph’s have grown into the game and it’s finely poised for the second half
Tomorrow’s final will now take place at Sligo regional sports centre, cleeveragh, Sligo. ( near the racecourse). its on astroturf at 11:15.
Tomorrow’s match will now be played in Ballysadare. Here are the directions Eircode F91YK76 Ballisodare sports complex Young's quarry union road Ballisodare. It is 1km outside village in ballygawlwy road. There is a composting facility in right hand side of road, drive in by this pitch is down the back
1st & 2nd year girls who won today with comprehensive wins over Ballinrobe Community School. Well done
Our U19 soccer team will take on Grange PP in the Connacht final next Tuesday at 11:30. The game will take place in Ballymote. A supporters’ bus will leave school at 10:30. Should you wish your child to attend the game, please let the school know by tomorrow.
Please support the school fundraiser by bringing in the following items of clothing from next week on. Thanks so much to the Parent’s Association for organising
Well done to our TYs who will represent Mayo at the National Garda Youth Awards. The girls won the group award on the night
Well done to Ms Leydon and the 4/5 year girls for organising the spikeball blitz at the CBD complex today. Over 100 students are present from surrounding primary schools including St attracta's, St attracta’s Ballaghdereen, Cloonlyon, Tavneena, Carramore and Killasser
Just a reminder that the information evening will take place at 7 this evening for parents of current 3rd years and TYS. The first part will relate to senior cycle subjects and it will be followed by information for 3rd year parents on next year’s Transition Year. It will be held in the Geography Room
Science students will have a questions and answers session live in the classroom via Skype. (‘Space Speaker in your Classroom’ Session this February 11. This day is designated by the UN as ‘International Day of women and girls in Science’.) We will have a live chat with an Irish scientist/engineer based at the European Space Agency.
This seminar on April 6th may be of interest to some
Well done to our TYs who went out to local primary schools talking to 5/6 classes about dangers on the internet as part of Safer Internet Day
The TYs took part in the RSA roadshow this morning in castlebar. It was an informative and interesting session. They are now off to the less serious business of bowling! Thanks to Mr Conway for organising
Every year the MSLETB offer scholarships to the Mayo Gaeltacht to students of the school. Interviews are open to all students of the school who are available to attend Coláiste Mhaigh Eo this June. Interviews will take place in the school on the week of February 25th to March 1st. It is important that all applicants are free to attend in June. Please ask interested students to submit their names to their Irish teacher.
The postponed information evening will now take place on Thursday, February the 14th at 7 pm. Information on fifth year subjects and LCVP will be first on the agenda, followed by information on Transition Year 2019-2020. For those attending the PT meeting prior to this, please take the opportunity to discuss subject choices with the relevant teachers.
The PT meeting for parents/guardians of Transition Year and 5th Year students will take place on Thursday the 14th of February between 4:15 and 6:45 pm
Due to unforeseen circumstances the school office will not be manned at all times until further notice. Thanks for your patience on this matter
School and classes will run as normal today
Classes will run as normal today
Tomorrow night’s information night has been postponed until further notice
School is open as normal today
Due to unfortunate circumstances, the examiner for the oral Irish exams for Irish will be unable to examine students. It will now take place on Monday next
Hard luck to Ms Lavin and the senior girls who came so close today in their Connacht Final. The girls did our school so proud and lost out by only one point to Scoil Chuimsitheach Chiaráin, An Cheathrú Rua. Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach