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Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

Dyn ni’n tyfu gyda ‘n gilyddd mewn cariad Duw wrth i ni weddio, dysgu a chwarae

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

Dyn ni’n tyfu gyda ‘n gilyddd mewn cariad Duw wrth i ni weddio, dysgu a chwarae

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Year 6 Prom 2018!

blwyddyn 6 yn chwarae criced

Magistrates In the Community Workshop (Mock Trial ) ! Year 6B

Cycle Training

31/01/18 Asthma talk !

26/1/18 Road safety !

Year Six Science Investigations Healthy hearts, insulators and chromatography investigations The children in Miss Houston class have been applying their maths data handling skills by independently gathering data, presenting it and analysing it .The children compared pupil’s heart rates and investigated which insulators were most effective at keeping hot chocolate warm. In addition the pupils conducted a chromatography experiment as a vehicle for separating liquids. Through the leatter activity they applied their understanding of variables, fair testing and making accurate observations and recording them independently and appropriately. The children applied there science skills of observation and applying a fair test.

6B ICT session - Mr McHugh showed us how to use 'Teams' to work collaboratively.

Panasonic - Year Six Visit - Recycling Project - January 2018

Year One and Reception Christmas Production - December 2018

Year Six - Peer Mediation Assembly - December 2017

Year Five and Six Hinduism Project: October 2017

KS2 Collective Worship - Library Awards - September 2017

Aborigine / Collage - Art and Design Project Year Six

Links with industry - Crucial Crewe: The children in year six attended a series of health and safety workshops learn about how to keep ourselves safe. It was run by representatives from the NHS, RNLI, Food Standards Agency, Western Power and representatives from the railway industry.

Anti - Bullying Theatre Performance: 'Just Joshing' On Monday 3rd October all the children had the opportunity to watch a play that explored the impact of bullying on children and what they must do if they ever find themselves in this position.

St Josephs May Procession - Mass Celebrated With Father Ambrose

Christmas Pantomime 2015

Ten Ten Theatre Company - Years' Fve and Six - Mrs Wheeler and Mrs Houston

Angelo - ICT Work - Using Apps, Powerpoint And Word Prossessing And Using Spreadsheets

Year six visit to Cardiff Castle to learn about how the people of cardiff were affected by the Blitz of World War Two.

Reception- Science investigation: Melting

Computing: Using the Aurasma App to create multimedia presentations. The children have video taped themselves presenting information on the impact of the Blitz in Cardiff during World War Two. This week the children have learned how to crop and edit pictures of their work to include in their presentations. Please find attached photographs of the children hard at work during this lesson.

Year Six rehearsing their assembly on the theme of 'Loving'.

Year Six - IT Multimedia Project

Year 5 Science - "Potions" - September 2015

PE /Ymarfer Corff: Year Six - Gymnastics with Ms. Jefferies

Year Six / Blwyddyn Chwech - Art and Design Project - Welsh Artist - Kyffin Williams

Morfa Bay  June 2015


For the first time this year we took pupils from Year 5 and 6 to Morfa Bay.  An Adventurous Activities weekend.  We left school on the Friday morning and arrived at Morfa Bay at dinner time.  The children were quickly organised into their dormitories and then attended a Welcome Meeting to explain what the weekend entailed. After the meeting it was apparent that the children were going to be extremely busy for three days experiencing activities that they have never attempted before.  The activities they were going to try were archery, bike racing, zip wire, assault course, body boarding, caving, orienteering, climbing high ropes,  climbing wall and woodland scramble walking and an evening at the beach, and of course a disco.

The staff at the centre were very experienced and encourage everybody to go that little bit further. The weekend was a great success and the staff who accompanied the children all expressed how well the children behaved and what they all  personally achieved.

On the Monday after the children had packed away and cleaned their rooms we attended our goodbye meeting and given some awards.  The top archer for the week-end was Joe Burton the banana man was Peppino Kemble and banana girl was Mary Atunes, These children were selected for their contribution to all the activities and to other children in the groups.

We will hopefully be returning next year so start saving !!!!!!!!!  An fantastic experince for the children.


A few pictures to show you all what a selection of activities and very happy faces.

Tuesday 3rd June. Key Stage 2 Sports Day


Another exciting morning of athletics  arranged at NIACC, Cyncoed  for the Key Stage 2 Sports Day. The pupils had the opportunity to  compete in 6 different events; high jump, long jump, javelin, sprint, obstacle and 200 metres.  The facilities at the centre are outstanding. The pupils were able to compete in  activities that are not possible at school due to our limited facilities. All children  had a good go at all activities and benefited from this experience. The day concluded with a whole school shuttle relay event in which all children participated and thoroughly enjoyed.

The team for the  National Catholic Sports Athletics Championships which will take place on Saturday, 20th June,  was selected from the fastest children in the sprint races. Well done to those children who have been selected to represent the school. 

Monday 1st June

We started the Summer term with our Foundation Sports Day at NIAC, Cyncoed.  All the pupils fully participated and wore their representative house colours. The children were all extremely excited when they arrived and saw the outstanding facilities which they would be using.  The children had the opportunity to compete in 6 activities; high jump, long jump, javelin, sprint, obstacle race and throwing bean bags at a target. The final event was a shuttle relay race in which all children participated to the best of their abilities.

The activities were undertaken with a balance of fun and enjoyment whilst those children who have a real competitive streak had the opportunity to excel ! All children tried their best. Who knows, this opportunity may produce a future star pupil in athletics for St. Joseph's School..........or even a future Olympiad ! Well done to all concerned.