Views and observations from St Joseph's College bloggers, including staff, students and the occasional special guest.
So, as we busy ourselves planning events to celebrate World Book Day this week, it seems fitting to take a moment to marvel at the power of the written word. Reading at its most basic level enables us to function in the world as human beings. How can we know which way to turn (literally) if we can’t read the road signs?
“My goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be.”
Dr Wayne W. Dyer
Outdoor learning is not just sport, outdoor pursuits and high-risk activities. It is taking the everyday curriculum and teaching it outside. The grounds at St. Joseph’s College provide the perfect setting to facilitate this. We do not have to ride in the College’s fleet of minibuses. We step outside the classroom and the world is our oyster…
At St Joseph’s College we believe in preparing students to perform confidently, independently and creatively upon the global stage. We pride ourselves in empowering young performers and artists to achieve great success and draw breath from the incredible resources of language, communication and performance. Recently our students have enjoyed success within LAMDA and we very are pleased to announce that our first cohort of ATCL performers, who sat Trinity examinations, took performance to a whole new level.