Reception 2022 applications - 6th December 2021 Open Day - please contact the school office for more details
A very warm welcome to St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.
We pride ourselves on our positive ethos and the life of the school is lived out in our mission statement:
‘Growing with Jesus.’
Our children are extremely well behaved, kind and caring and set a wonderful example to others. With the support of school, parish and home, they make excellent progress, achieving high standards.
We welcome you and your family to our friendly school family.
EYFS VIDEO TOUR
Due to COVID-19 we are unable to offer our usual tours around school so are providing the virtual school and EYFS tours below. We hope you enjoy viewing them! If you have any further queries please contact the school office at: email@example.com
On-line applications for primary school have now opened. The closing date for applications is 15th January 2022. The best way to apply is online at:
Welcome message from our pupils
We are proud to be a partner school of the Lichfield and Tamworth Catholic Primary Schools Partnership. The four Catholic primary schools work together to ensure the very best education for all our children. Please click on the logo button for further details of the partnership.
We are also proud to work with the Catholic Primary Partnership within our Archdiocese.
- Thursday, 2nd December 2021
Latest St Joseph's School Calendar Events
- Donations of pre-loved toys and books for the PTFA Christmas Fayre are welcome15Nov2021
If you have any donations of pre-loved toys or books for the PTFA Christmas Fayre, please bring them into school. Thank you for your support.
- Assesssment Week29Nov2021
CEOP - Online Safety
The NCA’s CEOP Command is here to help children and young people.
Visit our Safety Centre for advice and to report directly to CEOP, by clicking on the Click CEOP button.
Reporting terrorist and extremist material
Please use the link below if you have concerns surrounding anyone displaying or publishing terrorist or extremist material or behaviour
You can report material such as:
- articles, images, speeches or videos that promote terrorism or encourage violence
- content encouraging people to commit acts of terrorism
- websites made by terrorist or extremist organisations
- videos of terrorist attacks