Welcome to St Joseph's
All staff at St. Joseph’s seek to do the very best that we can for all of the children in our care. Our work is formed and led by our Mission Statement. The living out of this Mission Statement challenges each and every one of us on a daily basis. Providing the best possible quality care for children with different gifts and talents, continuing to strive for excellence and always looking to be witnesses of Our Lord Jesus Christ may be a tall order but it forms the daily life of our school.
Our School is a community, which celebrates the uniqueness and dignity of each individual. Everyone is made in the likeness of God, and has dignity that does not depend on age, race, gender, wealth or any other attribute.
As a community we depend on each other profoundly, our aim is that through example as well as by direct teaching we will teach our children that the most effective way to learn is by caring for others, nurturing our own talents, always doing our best and always being there to help others. We hope that your children will leave St. Joseph’s not only having achieved their full potential academically but also prepared to take on responsibility for their own learning and ready to use their talents for the good of others.
As you are the first and prime educators of your children we hope to involve you as much as possible in your child’s education. If, at any stage, you have concerns or suggestions do not hesitate to contact either the teaching staff or myself.
Welcome to St. Joseph’s.
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Hosted our history celebration of learning afternoon.
We opened our doors once again to share our wonderful work with all the parents and carers who visited.
The children are always well prepared and absolutely love showing their achievements.
Shared our learning around anti-bullying
We had an opportunity to share our work in a special assembly to mark the end of our anti-bullying week.
Each Class had an opportunity to share their work; some pictures, a song or maybe special poems and words.
It was a time where we could all reflect on how our actions effect others around us.
After celebrating the birth of Jesus we celebrated Epiphany on the 6th January, also known as 'Three Kings Day'.
This day marks the end of christmas celebrations but more importantly it marked when the Three Kings visited Jesus when he was first born.
Visit our class pages to check out what your children will be learning about this term. These pages are updated through the term, so keep checking to see if there are any useful links or downloads, or just some pictures of them having fun!
We hope you enjoy browsing the pages.
Check out flyers about local events or download them using the link, for you to read at home.
This week we have heard from the Rotherham United Community trust who are starting some new play fun sessions for children aged between 2-8 years old, with additional needs or disabilities.