Monthly Archives: January 2015

Interview skills day 4

Year 14 Interview Skills Workshop

Year 14 pupils recently  took part in an Interview Skills morning delivered by Mark Burns from Young Enterprise. The aim of the programme was to improve pupils presentation and self-marketing skills to prepare them for the world of work and to make the right impression on future decision makers. Pupils looked at different questioning techniques and how important they are in an interview situation.  During the morning pupils explored the importance of presentation skills, analysed body language ... [read more]

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Successful Open Night for Primary 7 Pupils

The school assembly hall was filled to capacity on Thursday 22nd January for our school Open Night. Pupils from all our contributory primary schools accompanied by their parents were given an opportunity to experience the wonderful ethos and work that goes on in St Joseph’s a local, non selective, co educational, community, family school  which  caters for pupils of all abilities aged 11 to 18 in South Armagh. Daniel Cunningham Year 14 and Shauna McKeown Year 13 spoke ... [read more]

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Belfast Migrant Centre deliver Diversity Workshop

Year 9 and 10 pupils recently took part in a diversity workshop delivered by the Belfast Migrant Centre.  During the workshop pupils had the opportunity to meet with migrants from Africa, America, Germany and Portugal and learn about their reasons for coming to Northern Ireland and about the challenges and opportunities presented by migration.  The aim of the workshop was to help our young people realise that despite the difficulties that diversity often presents, we ... [read more]

Welcome to St.Joseph’s High School Crossmaglen

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school website. St Joseph’s High School Crossmaglen is a non selective, co-educational post primary school that welcomes and values all pupils from 11 – 18 years, and encourages them to be the best that they can be.

St. Joseph’s works in partnership with parents and pupils to maximise the academic and creative potential of all pupils enabling them to achieve the highest educational standards, thereby enriching their lives, the community and the economy.

As a Catholic school we promote dignity, self esteem, respect and foster the faith of all pupils. We pride ourselves on being a community in which each individual is recognised and valued.