St Joseph's School, Stanthorpe | Living Mercy since 1875

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St Joseph’s School joins ‘Count Us In’ for National Celebration Day

Nov 14, 2018

On the 1st November St Joseph’s School students performed with over 3,000 schools around the country as part of a National Celebration of Music Education in schools. ...more...

Orange Day

Nov 14, 2018

On Friday 2nd November the school held an ‘Orange’ Day where students were invited to dress in orange and to provide a gold coin donation in support of the charity ‘Orange Sky Laundry’. ...more...

Socktober Crazy Sock Day

Nov 07, 2018

Crazy sock day was a ‘sight to behold’ when St Joseph’s students wore their most weird, wonderful and crazy socks to school. It was all in the name of fun and fundraising to contribute to the education of children living in impoverished countries. ...more...

St Joseph’s School Choir Performs at ‘Light the Night’

Nov 07, 2018

On Friday 19th October, the fourth annual Light the Night Leukaemia fundraiser was held. Despite the unpredictable weather and the change of venue that afternoon, the event was a huge success. ...more...

A Trip to Dreamworld for a Very Different Set of Lessons and Experiences

Oct 30, 2018

Earlier this month eighteen of St Joseph’s Senior students travelled to the Gold Coast to visit Dreamworld and participate in field activities. ...more...

St Joseph’s Teachers Celebrate Success

Oct 30, 2018

Earlier this week we had the pleasure of welcoming teachers from Inglewood, Goondiwindi, Warwick and Allora to the Primary Campus of St Joseph's. ...more...

Granite Belt Maths Team Challenge

Oct 17, 2018

The end of Term 3 saw the culminating activity of our problem-solving program for the Year 5 and 6 students. ...more...

Warwick State High Maths Team Challenge

Oct 17, 2018

On Wednesday October 10th, 12 St Joseph’s students, accompanied by Mr Fleming and parents, competed in the annual Warwick State High Maths Team Challenge. ...more...

St Joseph’s goes yellow for ‘R U OK? Day’

Oct 09, 2018

Staff and students at St Joseph’s were encouraged to wear the colour yellow in support of ‘R U OK? Day’ on the 13th September, a day organised by the St. Joseph’s Student Representative Council and Head of Pastoral Care, Mrs Lorien Kirby. ...more...

Workshopping social issues an enlightening experience for St Joseph’s Students.

Oct 09, 2018

Mercy Values are an important part of St Joseph’s School curriculum and a visit from Julie Inskip and Amanda Woods from St Vincent DePaul Society gave students a real insight into social issues at a local level. ...more...

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