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KS2 Transition

SCHOOL TRANSPORT APPLICATION

The application for all school transport is available from 14th March 2022 for new Year 7 pupils joining us in Sept 2022 (CURRENT SJHS PUPILS DO NOT NEED TO REAPPLY).

Free school transport is provided to secondary aged pupils who meet the three-mile distance criteria. For any questions please contact Newport City Council, as they deal with ALL applications.

The closing date for applications is the 22nd May 2022.

Welcome to St Joseph's Year 7

See also lots of brochures and further information about all aspects of joining us in September. Don't forget to keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages too, for lots of up to date information and upcoming events that you can get involved with.

QUICK LINKS 

Click the drop-down bar below to see a big hello from your new form teachers!

introducing YOUR NEW FORM TEACHERS!
 

It is so exciting to be told what form you are in next year!
Lists are being collected right now..
 

COMING SOON:

Our new 2022 – 2023 Transition brochure with lots more detailed information, introductions and to-do lists. There are even some activities to get you in the St Joseph's spirit. You will also have a copy of this delivered to you at your primary school in a special sealed box.

 

2022-2023 Brochure COMING SOON!!!!

 

 

Virtual Hints and Tips!

Here are some useful hints and tips from Mr Humpage, Assistant Headteacher and Mr James, all about rules and regulations when joining us in September. We can't wait to meet you!

 

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Top Five with Mr Humpage

   

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Social Media Rules

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School Tour

Transition Team projects

Our Year 7 students are already proud to be part of the St Joseph's community and our Transition Team are proud to show new Year 6 students a modern-day diary about life at St Joseph's, illustrating things such as friendship groups, daily routines and classrooms.  Check our film "A Day in the Life "  and "This is Me" by clicking on the frame below.

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School Uniform

Ensuring that students attend school dressed smartly in school uniform is the foundation for high standards in other aspects of school life, including a positive attitude towards learning and behaviour. Please click on the booklet below to read our uniform code at your leisure, also double-check what shoes are correct uniform as this can be expensive to get wrong.

All St Joseph's Uniform is available from:
Macey Sports, Caerleon Road, Newport.
Tel 01633 259334
Beam Sports and Schoolwear, Cambrian Road, Newport

Starting High School

Free BBC resources for Induction Day

Starting Secondary School is a new BBC Bitesize campaign aimed at 10-12 year olds, their parents and teachers. With only a few weeks left of their final term at primary school and induction days about to start, this campaign shines a light on the great potential of starting afresh in secondary school. It also offers practical advice and emotional support to help take the stress out of taking the next big step.

Using the highly successful format of peer to peer advice, Starting Secondary School partners with CBBC documentary series Our School to get first-hand experience from children who have made the move and, not only survived but thrived.

There are also tips for parents on how to best support their children emotionally and practically, as well as expert advice on topics such as bullying and online safety.

On BBC Teach there are bespoke classroom clips and resources, in partnership with YoungMinds, that can be used as part of a discussion around transition as well as case studies of schools from across the UK that have interesting transition projects.

bbc.com/startingsecondaryschool