Week one of our Summer camps proved to be one of our busiest yet as children flocked to the School for a week of activities including Tennis, Drama, Mini Golf and even Fishing. Week Two involves the Family with Parents and family members invited to join in and sample the new sports hall amongst other things. We are closed from the 5th of August to the 21st but will still be taking bookings during that period (we have more Drama, Multi Sports and Gymnastics as well as much more)on the number below.

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Year 10 walk Maryport to Allonby

A group of our year 10 pupils walked from Maryport to Allonby yesterday, this was one of the many walks taking place during activity day. The pupils were blessed with glorious sunshine which helped bring smiles to many of their faces (the sun along with the masses of milkshakes and ice creams they consumed).

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Careers and Enterprise Day

Well done to all of our year 9 students who took part in a Careers and Enterprise Day last Friday, the event was organised by the Cumbria Chamber of Commerce and was held at the Lakes College. Students participated in a number of workshops to include CV writing, how to be a winner, making social media work for you and also took part in a number of hands on activities which included construction, art and engineering. Students were encouraged to consider their future and how they can improve their employability skills. Continue reading

Wimbledon Trip

Pupils were thrilled to attend The Championships at the weekend to see some of the world’s top players in action.

This experience will provide a life-long memory and also encourage pupils to get playing tennis themselves.

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St Joseph’s School Prom

We had a lovely prom at Greenhill Hotel on Thursday 29th June.
Despite the weather, there were smiling faces all around and everyone had a great time. Everybody looked stunning, even the teachers, and the venue was decorated to match. It was a night of delicious food, music and dancing and was a fitting way for year eleven to say goodbye. By Emily Connell.