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School Events

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  • New Curriculum Feedback

    Published 29/11/22

    Provide feedback on the proposed changes to new GCSE qualifications - complete before 14th Dec 2022. 

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  • NHS Services 2022

    Published 21/03/22

    NHS Services For You and Your Family.

    Advice to residents of the area when they need medical help but are unsure where to go

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    Published 17/02/22

    URGENT NOTICE - SCHOOL CLOSURE - STORM EUNICE: Newport City Council have given us the following advice: Newport Schools due to be open tomorrow (Fri 18th Feb 2022) will now be closed to all pupils and staff following the severe weather warning. A Live Lessons timetable (online) will run for all pupils tomorrow.

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  • SJHS Sixth Form

    Published 26/01/22

    Year 11 to Year 12 Pathways webpage launches on Thursday 28th January 2022.

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  • Remembrance Day 2021

    Published 17/11/21

    Lest We Forget.

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  • Open Day 2021

    Published 19/10/21

    Please visit us for our Virtual Open Day 2021.

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  • Whats New?

    Published 17/09/21

    Lots of new spaces and social areas around school to see...

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  • SJHS Virtual Advent Service 2021

    Published 17/09/21

    Join us to watch the Premier of our Virtual Advent Service on Wednesday 15th December 2021.

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  • We're Back!!!!!

    Published 09/09/21

    We are delighted to see the school filled with voices and chatter once again.

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  • Walk-in Clinic

    Published 18/06/21

    Are you over 18 and not recieved your first COVID-19 Jab?

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  • Go Green for Mental Health!

    Published 13/05/21


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  • Advent 2020

    Published 01/12/20

    We would like to send love and hope to all of our St Joseph's pupils, staff, family and friends during this special Advent season.

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