St. Joseph’s first opened its doors 150 years ago, in November 1866. Click here for photos of our celebrations. This website will help you discover what schools were like in Ireland over the last 150 years. Well done to past pupil Niyi Adeolokun who won his first cap for Ireland v Canada.
Autumn is certainly the most colourful time of the year, so get out your camera or mobile phone and start taking shots like these. Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org There are valuable prizes for the best photos!!
Houkasai, who features in Michael Morpurgo´s book Kensuke´s Kingdom was a Japanese artist who lived around 200 years ago and his most famous work is Thirty Six views of Mt Fuji which all show Japan´s highest peak including a well known picture of a tsunami. Now this photographer is doing something similiar on The national Geographic website.
These photos are part of National Geographic nature photo competition. More here, and Here
Here are the winners of the photos of the year 2016.
A great run by 61 boys in the Scoil Damian cross-country in Tymon Pk. Wins for Hugh, Mark, Leo and Sam helped us win the cup for best overall school.
Our first run of the season came in the Clonliffe Harriers cross-country in Santry. Up to 2000 primary and secondary students were there and the 45 Joeys´ boys ran their socks off in each race against over 200 boys from schools that came from as far away as Belfast. A few 5th class boys were lucky enough to get medals after a great 3rd in the team event while Sam and Darragh both finished in the top 10 in the 6th class race. Not bad against around 200 opponents!! Photos
Video by Nathan