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💙💛 St Joseph’s are collecting vitally needed items for the displaced people from the Ukraine. We will then transport donations to Maryport Polish Dino Food shop. They will then transport via the organised convoy to Poland where there are so many needy people. 💙💛
They are specifically in need of the following items:-
Blankets and sleeping bags
Sanitary items and toiletries
First aid items
Children’s clothes and toys
Please bring to St Joseph’s reception bagged up and we’ll sort it from there.
Thank you for all your help and support
#ukraine #sjchs #loving #learning #friendship

Cyber Skills Open Evening

THURSDAY  24th February 2022

Booking is now open for our 2022 Cyber Skills Open Evening.

We’re thrilled to invite you to Energus on Thursday 24th February; 6-8pm, where you will find out about the fantastic opportunities to start your career in Cyber Security.

We’ll also have industry leading professional speakers!

Cyber Skills Open Evening Tickets, Thu 24 Feb 2022 at 18:00 | Eventbrite

Energus, Lillyhall Industrial Estate, Workington, CA14 4JW


As part of our recruitment campaign we are holding a virtual open evening with Sellafield Ltd for learners who are looking to start a Sellafield Ltd apprenticeship or degree apprenticeship in September 2022.

The event will run on Tuesday 25th January from 5pm to 6pm.

During the event you will find out detailed information about the Sellafield Ltd apprenticeships and degree programmes on offer and the application process. There will also be a Sellafield panel who will be on hand to answer your queries.

Book now by visiting: Webinar Registration – Zoom

For further information about Sellafield apprenticeships please visit: Sellafield Applications 2022 – Gen2


Tuesday the 7th of December saw 7 Primary Schools descend on St Joseph’s School to take part in our first ever Boccia festival. Related to Bowls and Petanque, Boccia is an inclusive sport that plays out in a similar way to Bowls with participants aiming to bowl  to get as close to the jack as possible.

Teams are made up of three players with each player bowling twice and with each School bringing 2 teams it was a non-stop 2 hours of competitive play with every child totally focused on their respective matches. With the clock ticking on and after 20 matches completed we arrived at the gripping final between St Patrick’s and Beckstone which Beckstone edged by a few centimetres!

As ever, organiser and Sports Development Officer Mr Wise was elated at the outcome; “Boccia is a wonderful Sport and it was so good to see these primary school children enjoying themselves whilst competing”. “As this was our first Boccia event I was a little nervous at how it would be received but the children absolutely loved it and with our year 8 leaders hosting the event so adeptly  my worries were very much allayed”.

Our next festival will be key stage 1 Dodgeball in January.