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Dates for the diary


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 The School accepts pupils from Foundation 2 through to Year Six before they transfer to secondary education. This means that the children can be with us for a total of seven years, during which time we endeavour to bring out the best in each and every child in terms of their social, educational and physical development.



Children return to school on Wednesday 2nd September at 8.50am.


May we take this opportunity on behalf of all the staff at St Joseph’s to wish the children and their families a lovely and safe summer break.


See you all in September.


Summer Fair

The final amount raised at the summer fair was £975.92. Thank you all for attending and supporting the fair. A massive thanks to our parent and teacher association.



New School Menus


Our new school menus, voted for by the children, are attached. There are 4 weekly menus working to 3 themes. 'Change 4 Life', 'Celebrating World Food' and 'Best of British'. At the start of the new academic year we’ll send out further promotional material regarding our new school menus.



Dates for the Diary


  • 17th September – Parliamentary Assembly and Workshops for KS2.
  • 22nd September – 9:00-10:00 – Multicultural coffee morning.
  • 28th September – Y1 & Y2 trip to Underwater Street.
  • 12th October – Y6 Visit to the Houses of Parliament – London.
  • 13th October – 4:00-6:00 – Parent Evening.
  • 14th October – 4:00-7:00 – Parent Evening.
  • 19th October – 9:00-10:00 –Ten Ten Theatre Parent Workshop.
  • 9th November – Y6 Road Safety Workshops.
  • 12th November – 3:30-4:30 – Parent/Child Health Workshops.
  • 13th November – Y6 First Aid Training Day.
  • 16th November – Y1&Y2 National Flu Jab Programme.


Recently all our children were engaged in a range of 'International' activities. We had Chinese, Bengali and Arabic storytelling workshops. Some of our children also learnt about life in the Mediterranean. A Polish policeman also visited our KS2 children. We finished our 'International' activities with some Arabic storytelling. It was a great event.


Our non-uniform day on Friday 1st May, in aid of three local charities, raised over £300. Thank you for your generosity.


3M and 4/3CS had a great experience visiting other places of worship last week - the children learnt a great deal and were able to appreciate how other faiths worhshipped and compare it to their own faith.




Hinduism Celebration

We welcomed Priti Mystry to our school on Tuesday 21st April. Priti shared with us many features of the Hindu religion including, art, dance and costume. One of the highlights was Miss Maher's children learning an Indian 'Stick Dance'. Lots of parents and carers of children in 2M attended and watched a great presentation of this dance. Thank you for your support.


A big thank you to our PTA who raised an amazing £547.76 during the Easter Fair. Again a big thank you for your support.


 Great news!! St Joseph's has successfully achieved the UNICEF UK recognition of Commitment for a Rights Respecting School.  This is true recognition that we are well on our journey towards the Rights Respecting School Award and our next step is to achieve Level 1.


 If you are eligible for free school meals please ensure you apply via One Stop Shops.  Ask at the office for information if you require it. Further information is available in the school office section of this website.


For your information: All parents and carers can access the Ofsted Parent View website at

You are required to register which then enables you to answer a series of questions.

We're aware that a number of you have had issues accessing our new Abacus Maths website. The link below will give advice to solve issues which are potentially preventing your child from accessing the site. 

Abacus - advice on opening homework games.

Pick Up & Drop Off





School Visit by


Mark Davies....