Journeying in the Faith – RemembranceOctober 26th 2018
On the 11th November in 1918, at 11.00am – the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month - the First World War came to an end. Much of the war had been fought in dug-out trenches across Belgium and France. It is thought that about 9 million soldiers lost their lives, and about 27 million were wounded - many of them permanently disabled.
At 11.00am, the fighting stopped everywhere, six hours after the Armistice was signed in a railway carriage in northern France.
This is a particularly special remembrance day because it is 100 years since the end of WW1 and since the first armistice day.
Remembrance is a time to be ...
PTA Summer Fayre 2018June 14th 2018
The PTA's Summer Fayre was once again a great success - even with it being held on an evening and was technically remaining a downscaled affair. As always there was a lovely feeling of community - with the St Joseph’s family and local community enjoying the super weather. Thank you to everyone who organised the fayre, helped on the day, performed in the “arena” and came to enjoy the event.
We are pleased to say that £2,945 was raised! Well done everyone! If you enjoyed the event please do consider joining our PTA as we do need more volunteers and helping hands to be able to put on events such as this, raising money for our school and enriching ...
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