Category Archives: Geography


Yr 9 Recycle Art Project

Students were asked to produce a Christmas Item using only recycled material!! Some wonderful ideas and brilliant effort from all who those involved. Class Winners 9C- Niall Rafferty 9O- Ultan Kelly 9I- Emma Rice 9L Nathan Kieran Overall winner: Emma Rice Congratulations to all, well done and Happy ... [read more]

Year 9 Recycled Christmas Decoration Project

Year 9 pupils ‘Recycle’ Christmas

Year 9 pupils got into the Christmas spirit in the Geography department by making decorations from recycled goods. The pupils enthusiastically produced some fantastic creative decorations which will be proudly displayed in many homes around South Armagh! Year 9 Recycled Christmas Decoration Project Year 9 Recycled Christmas Decoration Project Year 9 Recycled Christmas Decoration Project Year 9 ... [read more]


Geography “Urban Field Study”

AS and GCSE Geography pupils went to Belfast on Tuesday 29th November to complete an “Urban Field Study” of land-use zones in an MEDC. Pupils were using the Burgess model of urban land use to identify the different zones in the ... [read more]


AS Geography Students field trip to Whitewater River in Attical

The AS Geography pupils went to the Whitewater River in Attical - Co Down, to complete a meander study on Thursday 13th October. Pupils measured the width and depth of the channel from the inside to outside of a meander. Pupils had to decide if there was a correlation between distance across the meander and bedload size. Pupils tested the theory that river velocity increases as you move from the inside to the outside of a ... [read more]


St. Brigid’s Day

Year 10 Geography pupils from St. Joseph’s High School made crosses to signify the importance of the local religious tradition of making Saint Brigid’s Crosses from locally collected ... [read more]

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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.

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