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
Year 2 children visited St Gregory’s church for their interactive trial. Each of the homes is themed around the different characters from the nativity story. The children have to work out, using clues who lives in each home. https://t.co/jTHhYcShOo
St Joseph’s dodgeball team have come second in the county. So proud of them all. https://t.co/eOu06dzL1C
Dodgeball tournament today! The children were all excited as they left this morning. Mr LS sent an update at lunchtime. Played five, won four and lost one. Well done team St Josephs. https://t.co/pZIbQobAyG
Fun and frolics on Friday for children in need. Everyone loved dressing up and raising money for such an important charity. https://t.co/wJwKmLxrR5
Anti bullying week odd sock day. Can you guess who’s socked feet belong to whom? https://t.co/i9cjRz3eyY
Anti bullying week started today. This year’s focus is making a noise to call out bullying behaviour. To support the campaign children and staff wore odd socks today. #antibullyingalliance https://t.co/0UQ7LrmqmD
At 11 0’ clock this morning the whole school community remembered all those who have died through serving their country. The children heard poems and prayers, they all stood silently for two minutes and listened to the last post. https://t.co/kKGLhjFqtZ
A few ideas which might be of interest over the summer or the months ahead. Singing in the rain shouldn't be too tricky at the minute.☔ We'd also love to see a photo if you manage to build a rock cairn. Make the most of being outdoors https://t.co/6Y0nqE0WGA
Two very happy winners. A prize and a cupcake. https://t.co/3oGLsD7uxB
Designing sweet filled cupcakes in Solomon Class which will be taken home later! One design even incorporated our logo. https://t.co/TDN24B03T0
Sandy the gerbil came to visit today. The children have learned how to care for gerbils and were allowed to hold them if they wanted too. https://t.co/XXj1zOrDfZ
Laughter and learning during transition afternoon ! The children were speculating who their new teacher and teaching assistant would be and after lunch all was revealed.This afternoon there were craft activities across the school. The new year 1s made delicious fruit kebabs. https://t.co/j0vhFeCvhP
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.