All the schools place huge emphasis on the importance of extracurricular andco-curricular activities in their educational programmes. A wide spectrum of activities is promoted across the network. Students are enabled to develop their talents.
A core sense of the special Presentation Spirit is crystallised around what the schools describe as their sense of community or togetherness as Christian teachers and learners. This sense of ownership of the mission and identity of the educational enterprise is the key that creates a happy teaching and learning environment.
The tradition in the schools draws its inspiration from the gospel of Jesus Christ and the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice.Edmund’s core philosophical tenet was that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and attaining full human dignity and that this educational experience can only reach its full potential when spiritual values inform the curriculum, relationships and ethos of the school.
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To celebrate Presentation Day 2018, the staff at St Joseph’s organised very successful art and poetry competitions. Attached are some pictures of the happy winners.read more →