Parents

  • Safeguarding at St Joseph’sSeptember 1st 2016

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    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....

  • Cool MilkAugust 25th 2016

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    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

  • Hot School MealsAugust 9th 2015

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    At St Joseph’s our hot school meals are provided by Chartwells. Children have a choice between the Main Dish option, the Vegetarian option or the Jacket Potato option. If your child goes on a day trip with their class they will also have the option of having an “Away Day Packed Lunch” to take out with them but these need to be arranged by contacting Chartwells directly by phone. All ordering is done online via the Chartwells website – follow the links below to see the current menu and register your child. Chartwells Online Ordering Guide Click here to register and order meals online Click here to see the current menu Free School Meals All state funded infant school children (i.e, those in ...

  • Park and StrideJuly 30th 2015

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    PARK AND STRIDE. Walk to School! We regularly hold ‘walk to school’ weeks and they are always a great success. We are really impressed with the effort families take to walk or cycle to school during those weeks and sometimes the children enjoy it so much that they continue to do it permanently. The children love our ‘walking bus’ and we sometimes count over 80 children using this service. We must say a big thank you to the parents/grandparents/child-minders who help us and help to keep the children safe. We are also very grateful to The Somerford Beefeater who have become our ...

  • Dates for your DiaryJuly 13th 2015

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    For our latest events please see our newsletters for important calendar dates.  

  • Internet SafetyMarch 9th 2015

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      Our local PCSO visits all classes every year to highlight the importance of being safe on the internet.  In addition, an internet safety session for parents is held.  More information on how to keep your child safe on the web can be found on http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ .  This government site explains things clearly and with enough detail that allows parents to feel informed and able to support their children. ...

  • Procedure for Emergency School ClosuresMarch 1st 2015

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    Procedure for Emergency School Closures: Any decision to close St Joseph’s Catholic School is not made lightly and we realise that such a decision can have quite an impact on our families. However we have to ensure that all our children and staff are able to arrive at school safely. In times of very bad weather we consult governors and parents who live near to the school as to the conditions of the surrounding roads as these can be very different to the roads elsewhere in the area due to gritting - or lack of! Once a decision is made we email and text parents on ParentMail and inform ...

  • Bright Sparks After School and Breakfast ClubFebruary 24th 2015

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      Bright Sparks run our breakfast club and our after school club thus providing wrap round care for our children.  If you are interested you can find more information under the "Links" section on our website and have a look at their own website http://www.brightsparksdn.co.uk/after-school-clubs/