New School Update

Its great to see all the work progressing at a great rate on the new school.  Please see below an artisits impressions of how the school will look when we are finished and ready to move into.




St Joseph's Presented with Tricolour

thorAn Irish Flag was presented to St Joseph's at a ceremony held in Waterford City on Thursday 12th March 2015. President Michael D. Higgins spoke to the assembled students and teachers, before the flags were presented by the French and Canadian Ambassadors.

Cian Callaghan and Thorgal Ligtvoet (4th Year) received the Flag on our behalf. They were accompanied by Ms K Kennedy and Mr B McMahon.

The Thomas F. Meagher Foundation has offered a Flag to every school in the Country in honour of the great Irish Patriot, US Army General and Governor of Montana who flew the first Tricolour Flag on the 7th March 1848 from 33 The Mall, Waterford. Each of the Irish Flags presented to the schools has also been flown from this same historic place in Waterford.

The Flag will be flown proudly during the 2016 flag week, which will take place from the 10th – 17th March 2016.

Safer Internet Day 2014


Safer Internet Day 2014

Safer Internet Day is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer Internet for all users, especially young people. It is promoted in Ireland by the PDST Technology in Education and, and will be celebrated in Ireland on Tuesday 11th February 2014.
This years call to action is, “Let’s Create a Better internet Together” ., our site specifically aimed at teens, is currently being updated and will be re-launched on the day.


School Newsletter

newsletterOur Newsletter for April 2010 has just been compiled school. Loads of new articles and updates. Well done to all involved in the publication of this. Because of the size of the file please allow it a minute to download.
Download this file (April 2010 newletter.pdf)April 2010 Newsletter [April 2010 Newsletter 1.89 mb]1937 kB

U15 and U16 Hurling

Victorious Hurlers

St. Joseph’s have had a very successful Couple of weeks in U15 and U161 school hurling. Below is a short account of their recent successes. For a more detailed account CLICK on SPORT

U161 Munster ‘C’ Corn Iognáid Ris Hurling Final Venue: Templederry

St. Josephs Tulla 4-12----Presentation, Ballingarry 0-8

St. Joseph’s Tulla captured the U-16 1 Munster ‘C’ hurling title last week with a great win over Presentation, Ballingarry. Played in Templederry in windy conditions the Tulla side put in a spirited hour of hurling to bring the title back to the school for the first time since 1996.

Munster U-15 ‘B’ Hurling

Tulla 1.15-----Abbey CBS 0.5

St Joseph’s Tulla qualified for the Munster U-15 ‘B’ Hurling final with victory over Abbey CBS, Tipperary town on Tuesday last in Ballybricken.

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