Our website is designed to give you an introduction of school life, here at St Joseph’s; a happy school which offers each child in our care an engaging and challenging curriculum, so that they can fulfil their potential in all aspects of life (spiritually, morally, academically and socially).
Our mission statement of ‘Love, Learn, Grow’ underpins all that we do; providing a caring and safe environment in which all of our pupils can develop the skills which will enable them to have a positive impact upon the world.
We know the importance of a strong education and expect the highest standards from our pupils. In close collaboration with parents and the community, we can enhance their ‘God-given talents’ and the ability to achieve their aspirations.
Please take some time to look around the website and gain an insight into the community that we are.
Today the whole school went Dotty! All our amazing artists created their own dot using process art. Thank you… https://t.co/1AhGFOgkLw
Please sponsor Evie and Lucy - we can imagine it was quite the challenge! 💚
Year 5 really enjoyed creating digital art using excel to make pixel art! 💻 🎨
Year 5 spent the afternoon remembering our fallen soldiers. Lest we forget ❤️✝️❤️.
Reception have been thinking about Remembrance Day and what it means. We painted a poppy on the playground and said… https://t.co/P899l6Fbzt
We’d love for you to check out our brand new video about life at St Joseph’s! 💚 You can watch the full thing over a… https://t.co/J3hMwY8KWu
Reception had a very special visitor who came to talk to them about the Sacrament of Baptism this week. Fr. Michael… https://t.co/9sfmMpcxpN
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