Welcome to our website

Welcome to St. Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys’ Website.

St. Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys stands as a unique and dynamic environment devoted to the education and support of Deaf and Hard of Hearing students.

Our approach to learning, and in particular language acquisition and communication development, highlights the specialist skills and resources available at St. Joseph’s.

Here in St. Joseph’s we cater for Primary and Post-Primary classes, offering the most stimulating and accessible environment for all our pupils from the age of 4 to school-leaving age. Our philosophy sets out a framework wherein students’ unique and diverse needs are recognized. These needs are facilitated to ensure that their opportunities to learn are maximised and that their potential is promoted. Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive, educational environment which meets the individual needs of our pupils and enables them to become independent, responsible and creative members of society.


School Life

Our Latest Video

School Promotional Video

CIDP have produced a new DVD on the work of St. Mary's and St. Joseph's schools and residences.

Latest News

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    Christmas is coming!

    Christmas preparations are well under way here in St Joseph’s. The boys from the primary school have painted a beautiful 7 foot Christams tree which

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    Shoe Boxes 2014

    This year we decorated and filled shoe boxes with gifts for children who have less than us. This shoe box appeal is organised by Team

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    Harvest Service

    After the success of our harvest service last year, we held another again this year. This service gave us a chance to reflect on all

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    Annual Halloween Party

    On Thursday 23rd October we had our first annual Halloween party for the boys from  St Joseph’s and the girls from St Mary’s. As you

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  • Open Day 2014

    Open Day 2014

    On Friday 17th October we had our open day. This gave boys, their parents and visiting teachers a chance to come and have a look

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