Prep pupils take on the F1 in Schools Challenge

With our excellent track record in the F1 in Schools challenge in the Senior School, it was only a matter of time before we entered the Primary competition!

Year 5 and 6 have started planning their designs and prototypes for the teams selection. They have shown impressive commitment to their project and a very good understanding of the aerodynamics involved. Have a look for yourself below!

The teams will work towards their regional finals alongside the Senior teams. They will be mentored by two of our Year 11 pupils, Alex and Leo, who have both won the regionals in their category, with Alex going on to finish 3rd in the UK with her team in 2019. Lots of insider’s knowledge and wisdom to impart – keep an eye out for their progress.

Virtual Talk and Live Workout with Tommy Ramdhan

26.02.2021

We were delighted to welcome GB Sprinter Tommy Ramdhan to lead a virtual lunchtime talk with our Sports Scholars and Postelars....

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Year 9 Art Exhibition: Rotational Collagraph Prints

26.02.2021

Welcome to our Year 9 Art Exhibition. Year 9 have been exploring pattern, rotation and symmetry in their Art lessons this term and have created this rather beautiful collection of rotational collagraph print....

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Feeding Communities with Thomas Franks

12.02.2021

This lockdown, in partnership with our catering company, Thomas Franks Ltd, and their Feeding Communities Initiative, St Joseph’s have been helping to provide hot meals for the homeless who attend the Churches in Reading Drop-in Centre (CIRDIC)....

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Year 7 Portrait Exhibition

11.02.2021

Welcome to our Year 7 Portrait Exhibition. Year 7 have been learning about the Formal Elements of Art & Design and towards the end of last term began a final self-portrait piece, concentrating on Line, Shape and Colour....

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Express Yourself: Children’s Mental Health Week

05.02.2021

With schools partially closed and lots of uncertainty, mental health has never been more important. This week we took part in Place 2 Be’s ‘Express Yourself’ campaign for Children’s Mental Health Week....

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