As a Catholic College we take our responsibility to support parents in the spiritual development and faith formation of their children very seriously.
We believe that every child is entitled to opportunities for prayer, worship and reflection and all are encouraged through this to further develop their relationship with God.
Our college prayer which is said most days reminds our students of the importance of upholding the dignity of all, of recognising Christ in every person, of reaching out to those in need and respecting one another as valuable members of God’s Creation.
Our college Lay Chaplain Chris Copley and his assistant Mr Andy Doherty ensure that there is a well-planned ‘Catholic Life of the college programme’ that acknowledges the rhythms of the Liturgical year while also providing opportunities for students to live out their faith in action.
They are supported in their work by Fr. Sean Molloy and Fr. Kieron Walker
Photos from St Joseph's archives, including the visit by Dame Margot Fonteyn.
Our latest newsletter issue 19 and Sporting Round-up are now available for download.
The Director of the Organists’ Training Programme David Pipe comments, “I’m delighted that St Bede’s and St Joseph’s Catholic College has offered so much encouragement for learning the organ.
Key Stage 3 Coding Club gets off to a promising start.
On Friday 10th February, SBSJ was the venue for a meeting of lay chaplains of secondary schools.
Our latest newsletter issue 17 and Sporting Round-up are now available for download. Click here to view all SBSJ News
On Thursday the 2nd February, the school celebrated its birthday with masses for the feast of the Presentation of the Lord,
After much deliberation the students and staff of St Bede's and St Joseph's have placed their order to CAFOD World Gifts. With a staggering £4116 to spend the list was long.
Our latest newsletter issue 15 is now available for download.
Students from St Joseph's Bradford Primary and St Winefride's Primary School took part in a SPARK KS1 Multi skills event hosted by SBSJ.