Our virtue to Live By this week is Patience: 'I am able to wait because some things take time. I trust in God and wait calmly and with self-control.
The Gospel values for which Jesus lived, preached and died will be proclaimed through our work.
Our school will be seen as a community with Christ at the centre, where children are at the heart of all of our efforts.
Through our actions all who share in the life of the school: children, staff, parents, governors, helpers, visitors, parish and local communities should feel welcomed, informed, involved and valued.
The relationships which exist will be based on love, trust, justice and forgiveness.
We will challenge our community to have a deeper awareness and understanding of the Catholic faith, whilst respecting the personal consciences of our children and their families.
Fountain of Truth, Embodiment of Love, Spirit of Compassion
Please see our end of year KS2 results under the
'Statutory Information' tab.
Congratulations to our very dedicated and hard working team, and to our fabulous children who have shown resilience and huge amounts of determination.
We are busy creating an exciting curriculum for our children and invite you to explore what we have done so far. Simply click on the 'School Life' tab to open up a 'drop-down' menu.
If you then click on the 'Curriculum' tab, you will find our Curriculum Intent Statements.
To the right of the 'curriculum' tab, you will see tabs for each year group. Here, you will find lots of information about what our children learn at St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School.
A warm welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.
As a Catholic school, we are proud to offer a vibrant learning community that is set firmly within a caring, Christian environment. We welcome children throughout the 4-11 age range and whether your child is new to the school, or is an existing pupil, this website aims to give you as much information as possible about the life of the school.
As a staff, we work hard to ensure that our children achieve not only academic success, but also a set of fundamental values that will enable them to recognise and appreciate the values in each other. Our aim is for each individual child to experience enjoyment, challenge and success while feeling safe, secure and nurtured.
Our expectations of every aspect of school life are high, and we will work in partnership with parents and carers to provide the best education possible.
You are welcome to visit us at any time by contacting our office staff, Miss Sharp or Mrs Teal. We would be delighted to meet with you, particularly if you are interested in supporting our school and working with either a pupil, parent, member of staff, or in general partnership with us.
Mrs Tina Connell
Latest St Joseph's Events Events
- Liturgical Assembly16Dec2019
9:00 am - 9:15 am @ School Hall
Parents, grandparents and family friends are invited to join us for our weekly liturgical assembly, where children listen to the Word of God and learn how to put into practice the teachings of Christ.
- Advent Praise (3)16Dec2019
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm @ School Hall
It's the third week of advent and it's the turn of our year 3 & 4 children to lead us in our third Advent Praise. We hope you can join us.
- Christmas Dinner17Dec2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm @ School Hall
It's Christmas Dinner time. An exciting lunchtime for our children as they get to taste the delights of our delicious Christmas dinner . Yum yum!
- EYFS & KS1 Nativity Play18Dec2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm @ School Hall
A wonderful time of year when we get to watch our younger children retell the story of Christmas. we very much hope that you can join us for one or both of our performances on this day. performance 1 will start at 2 pm followed by the second performance at 4 pm.
- Christmas Party day19Dec2019
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm @ School Hall
It's Christmas Party day! Please send your children into school in their uniforms and bring their party clothes to get change into in the afternoon. Lots of festive foo and fun to be had.
Our Mission Statement
The Gospel values for which Jesus lived, preached and died will be proclaimed through our work as the light of Christ guides us on our spiritual journey.
Our school will be seen as a community with Christ at the centre, where children are at the heart of all our efforts, celebrating achievements and reflecting through prayer.
Through our actions, all who share in the life of the school will feel welcomed, valued, included and informed.
All relationships amongst us will be based on love, truth, compassion, justice and forgiveness.
We will support our community in having a deeper awareness and understanding of the Catholic faith, whilst respecting the personal consciences of our children and their families.
Fountain of truth
Embodiment of love
Spirit of compassion