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Students excel in their GCSE results

The efforts and hard work of Year 11 students have resulted in excellent GCSE outcomes again this year, with 64...

Alexandra (Year 10) excels in the ‘Girls in Data’ lockdown challenge

After discovering a hidden interest in data science, Year 10 pupil, Alexandra saw an opportunity to take part in three...

Students and staff celebrate a superb set of A Level results

Sixth Form students and staff at St Joseph’s College are celebrating a superb set of A Level results this morning!...

PPE Partnership: face shields for frontline workers

We were delighted to partner with Leighton Park on their initiative to manufacture and distribute face shields to organisations caring...

Hold Still: A portrait of our nation in 2020

Hold Still, a portrait of our nation in 2020, was launched as an ambitious community project to capture a snapshot of...

From Good to Great: St Joseph’s College at 125

As part of our 125th anniversary year celebrations, we are delighted to launch a new book, ‘From Good to Great:...

Pupils and staff adapt to a virtual teaching and learning environment

Since 23 March, lessons at St Joseph’s have moved from in school to online using Google Classroom and Google Meets....

St Joseph’s College, Reading partners with London Mozart Players

St Joseph’s College, Reading and the London Mozart Players are delighted to announce a new strategic partnership which will afford...

Lucyna Achieves International Recognition for her EPQ

Each year, our Sixth Form students complete an Extended Project Qualification, which is the equivalent of one AS Level, and...

Success for Sofia in the BBC Radio 2 ‘500 Words’ competition

Huge congratulations to Sofia in Year 6 who has made it through to the second round of the BBC Radio...

CyberCenturion National Finals

On Wednesday 25 February our Year 13 team, BinaryNinjas, participated in the national finals of the CyberCenturion competition in Stratford,...

Students Qualify as ‘Active Leaders’

Charles and Niamh in Year 12 attended the 'Active Leader' course in half term and gained the nationally recognised Active...