Form 1 Variety Show 2016

dancingThe Form 1 rocked the stage at the Annual Variety Show 2016. Supported by their families and the hard working members of the Form 1 Team, led by the dauntless Sr. Lorraine Joseph, they practiced hard for weeks, sactificing weekends and public holidays.

And then it was finally time, and on the 8th and 9th of June, they took to the stage. Of course, to the surprise of no one, whether singing, dancing acting, tumbling, they shone! And we are all so very proud of them all.

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SJC Sweeps!

On Sunday 26th June, 2016 the Trinidad and Tobago Cheer Federation held their annual national championships at the Centre of Excellence auditorium in Macoya. Gates opened at 2.00pm, but the SJCPOS Scorpions and supporters were in the house long before... 

everybody on the floor

The entire auditorium was awash with glitter and bows on every member of each of the 20 participating teams. It was noticeable though that blue and white were the predominant colours and that many of the team uniforms were dismayingly similar.
dance teamFirst up for us was the Hip Hop Dance Senior Division.
stunt team
Then the Level 2 Stunt Team showed their stuff!
 Our teams all dominated the floor, winning 4 of the 5 categories in which they participated on the night!
 Congratulations to everyone, your routines really spoke to all those arduous training sessions you girls have put in since last September! skill and over all competence in performing your craft.
1st Place - St Joseph's Convent POS Scorpions 
2nd Place - Holy Name Convent Blue Jaguars
Stunts Division
Level 1
1st Place-TH Legacy
2nd Place-Southern Scarlets
3rd Place- Monarch Army Cheer Club
Level 2
1st Place- St Joseph's Convent POS- Scorpions 
2nd Place- Cheer Fusion All Stars
3rd Place- TH Diamond Elite
4th Place- St Georges College-Georgian Gladiators
Level 3 
1st Place- St Joseph's Convent POS 
2nd Place- Holy Name Convent- Blue Jaguars
Team Cheer
Level 1 Youth Mini
1st Place- Atwells Blue Eagles
2nd Place- Sacred Heart- Dynamos
Level 1 Youth Prep
Sacred Heart-Patriots
Level 1 Youth Open
1st Place Five Rivers Secondary School
2nd Place SAGHs Starfirez
3rd North Eastern College Vikings
4th Place Union Claxton Bay
Level 2 Junior Open
1st Place St Joseph's Convent San Fernando Spirit Warrior
2nd Place St Joseph's Convents POS Scorpions 
3rd Place TH Diamonds Elite
4th Woodbrook Secondary School Blue Eclipse
Level 3 
1st Place St Joseph's Convent POS Scorpions
2nd Place Holy Name Convent Blue Jaguars

SJCPOS Career Fair 2016


 Our annual Career Fair 2016 was held on our school compound on June 21st. We owe a great debt to the representatives of the many companies and academic instituitons from around the country who came to showcase some of their portfolio's and knowledge to students who may potentially choose their career path in one of these various fields.

Click below to check out some of the fun activities from that day....

Support our Alma Mater!

This year our beloved Alma Mater celebrates its 180th Anniversary! Almost two centuries providing the finest finest holistc education for the brightest young minds in our islands and the St Joseph's Convent Port of Spain Past Pupils Association will commemorate of this auspicious evnt with DECUS - sapientia et scientia, a fundraising gala dinner and awards ceremony. All funds raised will support the MultiMedia Dollar Project which aims to keep our students at the forefront of this millemium's exciting technological advances. Just click on the image below to purchase tickets!

Language Day 2016


On Friday May 27th 2016, our entire school sounded like a mini United Nations as the Department of Modern Languages presented Language Day 2016!

 The entire day was dedicated to the celebration of languages and the key role that language plays in every aspect of life.  Having selected a country, students from Form 1 to 4 were invited to decorate their classrooms accordingly and to take part in a cultural show during lunch.  Guest speakers were invited from various embassies and high commissions, the University of the West Indies and other cultural groups. to make presentations.  The afternoon sessions were spent doing practical activities in workshops.  Students seized the opportunity to learn sign language, a bit about Braille, dance, cook, sing, play music and games of all sorts, enjoy Mystery Skype sessions  and watch movies and music videos. 

With the help of friends, parents, well-wishers, teachers and students, and of course our brilliant guests, the event proved to be a resounding success and everyone is eagerly anticipating our next Language Day!



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