We celebrated the Feast of St Joseph in our whole school Mass at church with Father Neil, parents and our parishioners.
Year Three prepared and led our Mass which was absolutely beautiful; the children were a credit to St Joseph’s school. St Joseph, as we know was a working man who respected God and followed his commands. He worked hard to provide all he could for Mary and Jesus and to keep them safe. This is a good reminder for all of us during Lent, to try and be like our patron saint and look after each other and do something extra to make our family and friends happy. Year three have certainly got us off to a great start this week!
St Joseph's Harrogate News Stories
Here are some of the answers to a Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare questionnaire given to the school council last week
During the first week of the new school year we celebrate and learn all about our class Saints.
We had such an amazing time at sports day. The weather was glorious and we all got into our house colours to take part in a range of fun activities.
The ten schools in The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust participated in the Bishop’s annual Good Shepherd Celebration at St. Anne’s Cathedral on Friday 11 May 2018.
On Tuesday 1 May 2018 the Mini Vinnies went to see the Little Sisters Of The Poor.
On Monday 5 February 2018 we were delighted to welcome two of our parish St Vincent de Paul leaders to assembly to receive the £1077.01 raised for St Joseph's SVP as our advent charity.
The 10 schools in our Trust have all been celebrating Advent
The Mini Vinnies assisted Harrogate Rotary Club on Tuesday 31 October by planting crocus bulbs at Walker's Passage near The Stray.
What have Year 5 been learning about so far this year?