logo test

Running Club

Pictured l-r; Mrs. Kelly, Katie Moriarty, Rebecca Barry and James Twomey who completed the Santa Fun Run in Tralee on Sunday December 13th. They are all part of St.Joseph's Secondary School Running Club under the leadership of Mrs. Kelly. Congratulations to the group and looking forward to others joining the fun in a less festive season when they are less busy.

Apprentice Chef

Fifth year and Transition year Home Economics students, St.Joseph's Secondary School, Ballybunion attending the 'Apprentice Chef' Workshop at I T Tralee on Friday 11th of December with Miss O'Donovan

CEIST ALL IRELAND BAKE OFF

The very best of luck to Amy Mannix (Second year) and Caoimhe Scanlon (First Year) who are representing St.Joseph's Secondary School , Ballybunion in the' Ceist All Ireland Bake off'. Both students submitted their personally designed cakes using Odlums products. Congratulations on this achievement. The school wish them both the very best of luck.

Fund Raising Cake Sale

The first and Second year St.Joseph's Secondary School, Ballybunion, Basketball team organised for their fund raising cake sale.

ST. JOSEPH'S TRANSITION YEAR TEAMS IN ENTERPRISE COMPETITION

Three teams represented St. Joseph's Sec. School, Ballybunion,  in the county final of the Student Enterprise Awards on Friday 4th March at I.T.Tralee.. Glasrai, Pac Tyres and RipBar all showcased their enterprise products that they have been working on. 

RipBar went onto win the senior category outright and will now represent Kerry in the All Ireland final in Croke Park on 20th April. Well done to the team, Alannah Whelan, Niamh Stack, Lorna O'Leary and Conor Mcgrath and their teacher Ms Stenston . Mising from the photos is Tara O'Shea also a member of the successful team. Congratulations to the teams and their teacher on the hard work they put in for the county final. Wishing theRipBar team the very best of luck in the All Ireland final. 

School Newsletter

January 2018 School Newsletter - Click Here