Hot School MealsOctober 19th 2016
At St Joseph’s our hot school meals are provided by Chartwells. All ordering is done online via their website – follow the links below to see the current menu and register your child. This is our current Winter menu... (click the menu for a larger view)
Click here to register and order meals online
Click here to see the current menu online
Free School Meals
If your child is entitled to Free School Meals you need to indicate when registering. Before you can go on and order meals for your child however Chartwells ...
After School ClubsOctober 6th 2016
Our After School Clubs at St. Joseph's range from sports activities to art and languages. To see what activities are on offer, please view our timetable below:
Art Club 3.15 - 4.45pm
Girls' After School Football Club for Years 3,4,5 and 6
French Club 3.15 - 4.20pm
Active Soccer football training for all years 3.15 - 4.30pm
Art Club 3.15 - 4.45pm
Karate from 3.15pm open to all age groups
St Joseph’s mission statementSeptember 20th 2016
St Joseph's Mission Statement
HomeworkSeptember 7th 2016
Year 1, Mrs Hills: Home learning will comprise of regular reading and maths based activities. There will also occasionally be topic based home learning. Home learning folders will go home on a Thursday and should return to school by the following Tuesday. We are sure the children will enjoy the activities but if you have any concerns please let me know as we want to ensure children still find their learning fun.
Year 2, Mrs Corallo: Homework will be regularly set on Friday for completion on the following Tuesday. It will consist of spelling practice and either a Numeracy or Literacy activity, or sometimes it will be topic based. We ask for your support in ensuring that your child ...
Parent InformationSeptember 1st 2016
Welcome to the St Joseph's School's website!
Please use the links below to navigate around:
Have a look at your child's class page - there's up to date information about the curriculum plus you can also check out what they have been up to!
For the Ducklings (Reception) Class click here: Ducklings
For the Year 1 Class click here: Year 1
For the Year 2 Class click here: Year 2
For the Year 3 Class click here: Year 3
For the Year 4 Class click here: Year 4
For the Year 5 Class click here: Year 5
For the Year ...
Safeguarding at St Joseph’sSeptember 1st 2016
At Joseph’s we recognise the importance of all our children feeling safe as we recognise this as a condition of being ready to learn.
Safeguarding at School
Safeguarding at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School is given top priority. All adults in our school
have a responsibility for Safeguarding. We believe that it is important to make children aware of behaviour towards them that is not acceptable, and our PSHE, Rainbow curriculum supports children in recognising when their personal rights are being compromised. The school also signposts access to support for pupils, by displaying Childline posters with helpline numbers....
School UniformAugust 30th 2016
All children are requested to wear the school uniform, a decision made in consultation with parents. Apart from the school tie, sweatshirts and jumpers most of the uniform can be bought at any supermarket or department store. QDOS, our school uniform supplier, is able to provide items with the school logo, including the jumper/cardigan, and girls' summer dresses.
Contact details for Mrs Medcraft at QDOS are 01202 434233 or 07971 309826 or emailed at email@example.com
Downloadable order form: St Joseph's School Uniform Order Form
BOYS: School sweatshirt / navy jumper;Grey trousers (long or ...
Cool MilkAugust 25th 2016
Did you know that free milk is available for all children aged under five in school, funded by the UK government? At St Joseph's, this milk is provided by Cool Milk, the UK’s leading school milk supplier.
How does my child receive free milk?
We will register your child for their free school milk on your behalf by providing Cool Milk with your child’s name and date of birth. This removes the requirement for you to complete a registration process.
What happens when my child turns five?
Once your child turns five, you will be offered the opportunity to pay a subsidised rate for your child to continue to receive milk.
All information handled by the Cool Milk group is processed in accordance with the Data ...
Letters for ParentsAugust 24th 2016
Forms for Parents
Please use the following links to access copies of school Forms:
Overall General Permission Slip: General Permission Slip
Cycling to School Permit: Cycling to School Form and Parking Permit
Permission to Administer Medicine: Medication Form
Special Educational Needs (SEN)August 7th 2016
Special Educational Needs(SEN)
For any children who experience problems with their learning, we liaise with the school’s special educational inclusion leader, who is also our special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCo). Children may need intervention for a range of reasons; in certain cases, the school may draw up individual plans for children to support them in tackling their difficulties.
Teaching assistants may support children in their learning mainly through intervention based support of a child or group of children however we expect the children to receive quality first teaching within their class as well.
The school's Inclusion Leader, Mrs Reeves, looks forward to working with children and meeting parents. Please contact the school if you wish to discuss policy and procedure.
Further information is ...