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
What have Year 5 been learning about so far this year?
The ten schools in The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust participated in the Bishop’s annual Good Shepherd Service at St. Anne’s Cathedral on Friday 19 May 2017.
We had a wonderful afternoon on Friday 31 March when the whole school took part in a sponsored walk for the Good Shepherd appeal.
Yesterday was the Feast day of St Joseph and today we celebrated this in our whole school Mass at church with Father Neil, parents and our parishioners.
On Friday 3 March 2017 our Year 4 pupils took part in the 'Kids in the Limelight' (Kids Aloud) concert at the Royal Hall in Harrogate.
The schools in our Trust have all been celebrating Advent
John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport chose St Stephen's, Skipton to launch its new ‘Aim High For All’ Virtues programme (AHFA), endorsed by Cardinal Vincent Nichols.
On Thursday 24 November 2016 we were honoured to welcome Bishop Marcus to school to lead us in prayer and officially open the new EYFS/KS1 outdoor area.
The youngest children at St Joseph's Harrogate will model themselves on their patron saint and prepare to work hard, play hard and pray hard, as they welcome Bishop Marcus to open and bless their school’s new outdoor learning experience.
We supported Harrogate Homeless Project during harvest by collecting donations of non-perishable foods to help homeless people in Harrogate.