PTA

  • AFC Bournemouth Players Open Trim TrailMarch 23rd 2016

    We were delighted to welcome special guests Matt Ritchie and Adam Federici from Bournemouth Football Club who came along to open our new Trim Trail. The new and improved Trim Trail has been funded by our fantastic PTA along with Sovereign Housing, the Truemark Trust and the Bisgood Trust. Excited pupils (and staff!) saw the Cherries players cut the ribbon to open their new Trim Trail alongside Rachel Lambon and Adam Dean from Christchurch Tennis and Frank Hunt and Emily Gard from Mudeford Phoenix Ladies FC. The visitors were also treated to a Samba performance by our own Year 4 Samba drummers! The Cherries players were thrilled with the tremendous reception they received from St Joseph’s School pupils who all cheered ...

  • Live theatre comes to schoolJune 27th 2014

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    This year’s M and M production “The Jungle Book” was funded by our PTA. The children were treated to an exciting, entertaining and visually brilliant show with amazing puppetry by very professional and talented actors. Some children commented: “I liked it when they kept coming up and giving us high-fives!” “I loved the whole thing especially when the birds started singing and the monkeys poked their heads out of the jungle scenery” “The monkey was really funny when he offered everyone a banana and then stuffed it in his mouth!” "I liked It when ...

  • Mr G’s Science ExtravaganzaMay 23rd 2014

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    Thank you to the PTA for funding Mr G’s science extravaganza on Thursday 22nd May 2014. All the children got to see the awe and wonder of science through his amazing tricks. This included an air blower with smoke rings, batteries made of lemons and the children made hovercrafts. Here are some quotes from our Year 4 children: "He's fabtastic!" - Josh "It's incredible how you can make a battery powered potato." - Ruby "I really ...

  • Fabulous Foraged Food EveningNovember 22nd 2013

    On Tuesday 12th November, a Fabulous Foraged Food Evening was held at school.  We were treated to delicious charcuterie, food demonstrations showcasing locally sourced and foraged ingredients, and even a foraged mushroom auction! An amazing £700 was raised, which will be used specifically for food related projects within the school. We thank Mary Reader, founder of the Christchurch Food Festival, and James Golding, executive chef at The Pig, for donating their time and talents to this special evening. It was interesting, enjoyable, fun and very social. Thank you ...