Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award

Use of the outdoors as a ‘classroom’ makes a major contribution to pupil personal growth, social awareness and helps develop skills for life and the world of work. There is also a great deal of intrinsic enjoyment and satisfaction to be experienced from participation in outdoor activities. Here at St Joseph’s, we are passionate about this and seek to provide students with as many outdoor learning experiences as possible.

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Tennis Report

david-wise2With a full house of 22 teams from 8 Schools producing 212 matches it was always going to be huge but the Workington Schools’ year 3 and 4 Level 1 Tennis competition took on epic proportions as point after point and match after match were so evenly contested in the Moorclose Education Centre Sports Hall. Continue reading

Walking Football for Sport Relief

sport-relief-logoAfter a Winter of regular Monday evening practice the St Joseph’s Walking Football team finally made their competitive debut on Saturday the 19th of March as they took on some of the parents and Coaches from John Barber’s Allerdale Girls FC.

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100 Children attend Dodgeball festival


Tuesday March the 15th saw 100 children in Key Stage 2 take to the courts to represent their Schools at Dodgeball. Taking place at the Moorclose Community Centre Sports Hall and with the kind permission of centre manager Gillian Thompson 19 teams representing 8 Schools from the Workington area took to the courts to throw and dodge and their way to success.

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