After School Clubs 2018-19
A decision has been made to offer Code Club to children in years 3 and 4. Unfortunately, it has not been possible to offer availability to all children in KS2. However, the school will be offering children in years 5 and 6 the opportunity to attend homework club and use Micro:bits for their own coding projects.
History Club will no longer take place due to unforeseen circumstances.
Homework Club / Self-taught Coding with Micro:bit.
Code Club (Scratch Programming).
Craft Club is available to children in Foundation Phase.
Code Club is only available to those children in Years 3 and 4.
Homework Club is available to children in KS2.
|15:00 to 16:30|
|Tuesday||Welsh Club||Year 6.||15:00 to 16:30|
|Wednesday||No clubs due to staff meeting.|
|Thursday||Netball.||KS2.||15:00 to 16:30|
|Friday||Book Club.||Foundation Phase||12:45 to 13:45|
Oh what a day!!!!
On Wednesday, Year 6 pupils. Kane, Day, Charlie, Neveah, Niamh, Jessica, Jessica, Esme, Neha, Reeha, Angeline, Laura, Emily, Sania, Riona, Beni, Poppy and Mary took part in the 30th Dance festival organised by Cardiff and the Vale Dance association, at the Sherman theatre, Cardiff.
The past few weeks the Year 6 pupils have given up their playtimes and dinner times to create and practise the dance which has been much appreciated.
In the choreography, we have explored a number of themes and ideas including:
Sky- theme- aspiration, awakening, and some form of connection
Cleansing- theme -water, breathing and rippling
Journey-theme -travelling, resistance, endurance.
Birds- theme -Undulating Rising and flight
Rising- theme-recognition identity and hope
Wednesday morning the children had to attend the theatre for a technical run through. They realised what performing was all about. How the lightning effecting their performance and the use of the space on the stage,
All were very excited about the evening performance. Dressed if their costumes and all ready to go, the children really felt the excitement of performing in front on audience.
Their performance on the evening was exceptional. They performed and enjoyed every minute of the time they were on the stage and definitely raised the bar.
Well done girls and boys you have worked hard and we were very proud of you and our school.
Thanks to Mrs Brooks for helping us out and also thanks to the parents for supporting your child and St. Joseph’s School.
Welsh Novice Gymnastics Final, Welsh Institute of Sport, November 2015
A team of Year 6 girls: Beni, Poppy, Laura, Niamh and Sania. and a Team Year3 / 4 girls and boys Lily, Mikayla, David, Sonny, Sofia and Agnes
These children represented the school in the Welsh Novice Gymnastics Championships held at the Welsh Institute of Sport. (W.I.S). The children were competing against many schools from across Wales. The children had to perform on four pieces- two runs of 6 moves on the floor and two jumps from the rheuther board..
Beni and Niamh thought it was very educational and enjoyable because they felt that they could express ourselves and perform a good sequence while being judged by experienced judges. . The judges evaluated how we performed the sequences and the jumps and gave us a score out of 10.00. Most of all it was FUN!!!!!!!!!!
Although this was a team competition and were placed fourth just missing out on a medal the children's scores were graded
Laura - Bronze
Sonny and David - Silver
Lily. Niamh, Beni, Poppy Sania, Sofia, Agnes Mikalya - Gold
An excellent performance
Look on the website for more pictures and videos showing how all the children performed.
Welsh Catholic Schools Athletics Championships
Thirty children represented the school at the Welsh Catholic Schools Athletic Championships on Saturday June 20th 2015 at the Cardiff International Athletics Stadium. All of the children enjoyed the experience and all performed really well.
A big congratulations to the Year 3 Girls relay team (Mikayla Velasco, Sofia Graziadei, Sianna Akshaya, Crystal James), Year 4 Boys relay team (Osian Page-Maunder, Harrison Dee, Lexi Micallef, Samuel Parker) and individuals (Samuel Parker, Beni Mubiayi, Kane James) for performing so well in their heats earned a deserved place in the finals.
The day finished off on a big high when Kane won his 80 metre sprint --What a performance, he made the teachers and his family very proud.