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!



Cluny schools in Martinique and Trinidad make contact!

martiniquevisit-01In January 2016, a group of 15 students (10 girls and 5 boys) from the Pensionnat de Saint Joseph de Cluny in Martinique spent a week at the homes of students from our school.  The boys were hosted by their male counterparts at Queen’s Royal College. 






 The visiting students were accompanied by two teachers, Mr. Dominique Mallet (English) and Mr. Alain Dubourg (P.E.).  The experience was an enriching one on many levels, and on the last day of their visit, the Martinicans attended our school and even got a taste of our local culture.

Then, for one week in April during the Easter holidays, 9 girls and 6 boys made the return visit to Martinique!

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Our bonds of friendship were cemented as our contingent of teachers and students, led by M. D. Assing and Mme. Assing, was hosted by our Cluny counterparts in Fort de France. 

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 The trip proved to be an exciting learning experience for all and future exchanges are planned.

The Ministry of Health has the following information regarding the sensitization of the Zika Virus. The following images were taken from phamlets provided by the Ministry of Health with the various information needed to keep up to date with the Zika Virus.


St. Joseph's Convent, Port of Spain held their annual School Awards 2016 which rewarded students who have performed well during the year in all Forms in academic and non currucular club activities as well as students who performed well in the CSEC and CAPE exams in 2015. Below is just a few images from the event that took place in the school's chapel.



St. Joseph's Convent, Port of Spain held their annual Carnival celebrations 2016 where students from various Forms showcase their talents such as playing local instruments and costume designs. Below is just a few images from the event which took place on February 5th, 2016 on the school's compound.


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