Harvest Assembly 2pm Friday 25th October. School closed on 8th November for training day. Sherman Theatre production of 'The Ugly Ducking' on Thursday 13th November here in school! Tickets £3. For more information and access to privacy notices outlining how the school uses your personal data, please refer to the Data Protection section of the website under the 'Welcome' tab. ESTYN report is published on estyn.com.
"With Christ at the centre, inspire, Believe and so achieve."
"Gyda Christ yn y canol, ysbrydoli, credu a chyflawni felly."
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School is a busy, happy, friendly community where Christ is at the centre of all that we do in our learning and play. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community.
All staff and members of the Governing Body are committed to providing the highest quality of education possible within a strong Catholic ethos.
We work to develop and encourage each individual child to reach their full potential in all areas of the curriculum. We aim to do this within an atmosphere of love, trust and respect in partnership with you, the parent. Together, we inspire, believe and so achieve.
Within our caring environment, based on the recognition of the dignity and worth of each child, high standards are expected. Social, emotional and spiritual development is emphasised and fostered along with the pursuit of academic excellence.
We hope that while browsing our website you feel the sense of achievement, enjoyment, excitement, hard work, love and care that the children at St Joseph’s experience during their time here.
St. Joseph’s is a lively, successful school with a great emphasis on learning, excellent standards of teaching and lots going on!
This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils. Enjoy your visit, we hope that you find the information that you are looking for.
We are very much an ‘open door’ school and encourage parents to become active partners in their child’s learning because if we work together our children always achieve more.