At St Joseph’s each child is encouraged and supported to be a successful learner and grow in their faith. We believe each individual is a unique gift from God and that our purpose as a Christian community is to nurture and develop each child.
At St Joseph’s we provide a broad and balanced curriculum through which we seek to ensure high academic standards. We have achieved a Platinum standard award in physical education and take pride in our sporting success in the local area. The children do a daily mile every day to ensure they are fit and healthy and to encourage positive attitudes to fitness and well-being. We have a silver Linguamarque mark for our French teaching and in every class has a language ambassador...
-Mrs Anne-Marie Price, Head of School
Newsletter out now! Read our jam packed newsletter hot of the press. Lots of interesting websites to access free information and training. Read about all the learning taking place across the school and calendar dates! https://t.co/5N7wfFznic
Harvest Assembly. The whole school was entertained with singing, signed songs, two part songs, prayers and a year 6 presentation on sustainability this afternoon. The event was filmed and will be available for parents. https://t.co/9EgGg8jcOR
Harvest Food Bank Collection. Well done to the whole community for contributing to the food-bank collection today. It is so important to remember those less fortunate and to reach out with support. https://t.co/snZbhpkNdI
Samson class have been thinking about what Pope Francis has written and how the can live simply so others can simply live. https://t.co/ySvTyNjztW
Jonah class have thought about how waste can affect our oceans. https://t.co/Si0AamfzYE
Solomon class are reminding us of our responsibility to care for our planet. https://t.co/bXnX9SF5cf
Abraham class have helped us to think about where our food comes from. https://t.co/WWeCbuoD6g
The children all enjoyed learning about Cafods work, helping countries develop their capacity to be sustainable. https://t.co/acQ3RxDxdC
Our Lady of Walsingham Feast Day Assembly. Some of the children remembered visiting the shrine, and the younger children learned of the long history of the shrine and it's importance as a place of pilgrimage and devotion. We all hope we can visit very soon.
Green Day for CAFOD! We all had a wonderful day, learning about sustainability and thinking how we can help those in poorer countries, by being more aware of what we use and recycle. We collected £102.
Moses and Elijah classes have made wonderful displays for our corridor. https://t.co/OHPsXQ8f6n
Last newsletter of the year! This one has two QR codes that take you to sports day videos and the year 4 violin concert and much more information! https://t.co/IsiZ785Nup
Year 5 are dancing the Gay Gordon this afternoon! https://t.co/Z6kJCIgAQm
Year 3 are having some end of term fun together! https://t.co/WTbNAT2mAY
So glad we moved our child the best thing we could have done, lovely service today both Heads speak from the heart.
I just wanted to say thank you for all you have done for our child, we were so worried about the transition because of his additional needs but everything has run so smoothly and he is very happy.
I am so impressed with the way the children are conducting themselves, they are so focussed and want to achieve. Their class teacher has given them so much self-belief.
We ask you to extend our thanks and congratulations to everyone from the school who was involved in the carol service at the Sudbury library. We have known about music at the school right the way through our almost 40 years in Sudbury, so in that sense Saturday’s event was no surprise. In this day and age, however, it is simply glorious to see children performing with their school like this.