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Release Date: 11.06.2021


St Joseph’s College student, Sophie Peskett, has signed a contract to become the first professional women’s player in the history of Ipswich Town Football Club.

Release Date: 11.05.2021

A team of Upper Sixth Form girls from St Joseph’s College beat top sporting school Millfield 5-0 to become the Independent Schools Football Association U18 seven-a-side national champions.

Release Date: 07.05.2021

A team of Year 9 mathematicians from St Joseph’s College performed outstandingly well in the World Class Maths Tests, organised by the World Class Arena (WCA). 

Release Date: 05.05.2021

St Joseph’s College has consolidated its sterling reputation for the arts by again being named a Trinity Champion Centre, tasked with inspiring others by sharing its outstanding practice.

Release Date: 19.02.2021

With great sadness, we report that Mr Alan George, former St Joseph’s College PE teacher and rugby coach, has died at the age of 71 following a stroke. Mr George first worked as a PE teacher at Oakhill in the early 1970s. He later moved on to the senior school, where he was instrumental in setting up the St Joseph’s College National Rugby Festival, which has become a leading annual event in schools’ rugby.

Release Date: 02.02.2021

Artist Leo Bignell, an Upper Sixth Form student, has a growing fan base for his exquisite sculptures in cardboard and other materials. The beauty and painstaking detail of his creations has now been recognised by the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA), and Leo has been named as one of the 20 most exceptional candidates in the RBA Star Students competition.

Release Date: 26.11.2020

An on-going love for and commitment to the sport of Cricket at St Joseph’s College  has been recognised with the inclusion of the school in The Cricketer Guide 2021, a register of the country’s top 100 cricketing senior schools.

Release Date: 24.11.2020

‘Bravo, maestro!’ That is how St Joseph’s College Head of Music, Mr Guy Layton, addressed student James Hodgkinson on informing him he had been awarded a Merit in his ARSM diploma examination for Singing.

Release Date: 23.11.2020

St Joseph’s College is excited to reveal the revamped structure of its popular and rapidly growing football programme.

Release Date: 11.11.2020

Music, poetry and a private letter sent home from the Front during the First World War added to the beauty and solemnity of the Remembrance Service held in St Joseph’s College Chapel. The event took place in the presence of Sixth Formers and was simultaneously streamed around the school and to parents and friends.

Release Date: 28.09.2020

St Joseph’s College has entered a partnership with Ealing Trailfinders RC that it believes will allow students a shot at the very highest reaches of rugby whilst offering the security of an entrée into another profession should a playing career fail to materialise or be cut short.

Release Date: 20.08.2020

With so much to celebrate, St Joseph’s College students were hard-pressed to refrain from the good-natured hugging usually associated with results days. Instead, they allowed their smiles to say it all. Following the College’s superb performance across Level 3 qualifications last week, the Ipswich-based independent school has posted outstanding GCSE results.

Release Date: 13.08.2020

St Joseph’s College Ipswich is rightly proud of its excellent attainment at Level 3, including record-breaking A-level and EPQ results awarded to students for their hard work before the Covid-19 crisis struck. The students’ dedication to their studies once remote learning became the new normal has also ensured they are now ready to move on to the next phase of their education or working life as resilient independent learners.