For the safety and well-being of all children and staff, the school is currently closed, following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 16.3.20 of the change of approach to Covid-19.
Prospective parents are warmly invited into our school on Thursday 20th March.
Once again our girls took to the streets to restore law and order!
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This week has truly been a celebration of the joy of reading.
St Joseph’s Girls Independent School Wanstead donated a vast array of food items to support the needy and homeless in our community.
Not many prayer bears get to travel to countries afar, however we have the luckiest prayer bear in the universe!
On Monday 14th October, pupils took part in the first initiative of its kind in Wanstead, by assisting the Police and the Redbridge Council Road Safety Crew in their quest for raising speed awareness in the local community. A small group of children stood on the roadside armed with a speed detection device, pulling over any speeding motorists who were asked to justify their actions to both the Police and the pupils. No excuses were accepted and penalties were given out where applicable. Our pupils were satisfied that most of the drivers ‘took our important message to heart and now hopefully understand the importance of road safety. Today we had a wonderful opportunity to keep schools and general locations safe from speed.’
Another first in the history of St Joseph's - the arrival of hot school dinners
Girls achieved very highly again in the end of year Instrumental and Singing exams
Our Nursery and Infants 1 children entered the Young Writers competition where they had to learn to write a Riddle! This they did as part of their learning last term. They then submitted these poems to the competition.