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Sixth Form
(age 16 to 18)

My Story

 

I have worn our school crest on my chest since Year 5 and carried around the words “Fides, Labore et Tenacitate”. Faith, work and tenacity, words that now, after eight years, hold such meaning to myself and ones that I hope to have displayed throughout my life here. Without these I would have never learnt the value of prayer, reaped the rewards of hard work and felt the sense of achievement that comes from never giving up, even when the task seemed impossible, tenacity.

From a very early age I was urged to “be my best”. It was the belief others had in me which allowed me to want to be the best version of myself possible. And in return for their willingness, hard work and patience, I have always given my utmost best to all aspects of the College.

Without giving our best to all we set out to do, we are only ever cheating ourselves. If you don’t believe you can achieve greatness, why should anyone else? It is our duty as people on this earth, pupils of this College to give back in service for what we ourselves have received. St Joseph’s gave me the strength, courage and will to be the person I wanted to become.

Daisy Hubert, Head Girl 2016- 2017

 

‘St Joseph's College is not just a school, it is a family.’  I first heard those words when I joined the school in Year 12. Since then I have never looked back.

I was only at the College for a short time, and I wish I may have begun the journey earlier. But as we all know, it's not about where our journey starts, it's about where finish. The College not only provided me with the academic skills to achieve offers from top universities, but helped me become the person I wanted to be. By providing a vast range of opportunities to challenge you, it ensures your personal development is unlimited.

I cannot thank the staff and students enough for equipping me with knowledge and experiences that I know will be vital in my future development. The College is truly unique. The passion it demonstrates for its students and their development surely cannot be emulated elsewhere.  I will forever cherish the time I spent at this wonderful school.

To those coming after me, remember you are strong and have a strong community to help support your goals. You have the ability be who you want to be, so take full advantage of all the opportunities that surround you.

Chowa Chanda, Head Boy 2016-2017

Sixth Form Gallery

Students Laugh During Final Assembly
Wicket Keeper watches for the Ball
Student Violinist Accompanied by Student Pianist
Rugby Pep Talk Huddle
Student Receives a Prize from the Mayor at Prize Giving
Head of Sixth Form and Student Work Side by Side
Sixth Former and Easter Bunny at Egg Hunt
Six The Reading Room
Student Lifts Weight in the Fitness Suite
Two Sixth Formers Covered in Colour Run Tints Outside the College Entrance
Amused Student Looks to Her Lefts
Sixth The Hub Architects' Shot
Student Works at Music Console
Three Members of Staff in Christmas Jumpers
Staff member and student fold up a tent
Leaving Sixth Former Plant a Tree
Scene from the Musical Hairspray
Female Student Pensive in Audience
Boys Coached in Rugby on the Pitch Outside Main House
SIXTH Form Thinker
Sixth Form Reception
Sixth Form Centre Sign
Sixth Cricket Shot
Students Laugh During Final Assembly
Wicket Keeper watches for the Ball
Student Violinist Accompanied by Student Pianist
Rugby Pep Talk Huddle
Student Receives a Prize from the Mayor at Prize Giving
Head of Sixth Form and Student Work Side by Side
Sixth Former and Easter Bunny at Egg Hunt
Six The Reading Room
Student Lifts Weight in the Fitness Suite
Two Sixth Formers Covered in Colour Run Tints Outside the College Entrance
Amused Student Looks to Her Lefts
Sixth The Hub Architects' Shot
Student Works at Music Console
Three Members of Staff in Christmas Jumpers
Staff member and student fold up a tent
Leaving Sixth Former Plant a Tree
Scene from the Musical Hairspray
Female Student Pensive in Audience
Boys Coached in Rugby on the Pitch Outside Main House
SIXTH Form Thinker
Sixth Form Reception
Sixth Form Centre Sign
Sixth Cricket Shot