Dear Parents and Carers School is closed from Tuesday 07 April as there is currently no demand for childcare provision. The school will reopen on Tuesday 14 April. Families who are eligible have already been contacted to secure places.
Dear Parents and Carers Please adhere to Government advice, where possible stay home, stay safe
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Growing in knowledge and understanding
Growing our community
Growing in self confidence
Growing our friendships
Growing our individual skills & talents
Growing in love and appreciation of God's world
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School is a thriving community of enthusiastic children, dedicated and passionate staff and a committed and supportive Governing body. Each day we strive to explicitly live out the Catholic ethos and mission of our school and in partnership with parents we aim to provide the best possible education for all our children. Everyone is invested in ensuring that our school provides the experience of a living, growing Christian environment for all members of our community, with Christ firmly at the centre of everything we do.
Holy Thursday Tonight we take bread and wine in memory of Him. We usually wash feet to copy his example. In this we try to repay the Lord for his goodness to us (Ps115) Today more than ever we must show our gratitude by our service of others to be in communion with Him and them
Jesus washes the disciples' feet as an example of the kind of loving service he expects us to show one another. This Lent we've heard stories of the service that people throughout the world are giving to their communities. How will you follow Jesus' example of loving service?
Holy Week Tuesday Night had fallen. Darkness sets in as Judas leaves to do quickly what Jesus knows he will do. Peter's denials cast another shadow. It will be to God's glory for the Servant is a light to the nations. The Lord is our rock, our stronghold, our hope, our trust Ps70
A fantastic story to help younger children through this difficult time. Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus – Nurse Dotty Books https://t.co/HVFGgNbre3