St Joseph’s is a Catholic school, where our pupils experience a caring Christian community. Our strong moral and spiritual ethos naturally guides everything we do, enriching all aspects of school life. Pupils of any faith or no faith are wholeheartedly welcomed and encouraged to make an active contribution to the spiritual life of the school.

Our beliefs

We believe that…

every person is an individual of equal worth and should treat others with the respect and dignity that they would expect themselves

We believe that…

we have a responsibility to care for those in need and have a desire to make a positive contribution to society

We aim…

to develop intellectual curiosity, be true to our individual creativity, love learning and be excited about discovering new possibilities

We aim…

to build a community based on the Gospel values of love, peace and justice creates the best learning environment

Our mission is to encourage, inspire, challenge and support our pupils to fulfil their potential in a community founded on Christian values

Our aims

Developing life skills of commitment, collaboration, confidence and communication

We encourage our pupils to…

  • Acquire skills of initiative, application and perseverance
  • Learn to make ethical and moral decisions
  • Explore the spiritual dimension of life

We inspire our pupils to…

  • Love learning and be excited about discovering new possibilities
  • Develop their intellectual curiosity and creativity
  • Achieve their best academically

We challenge our pupils to…

  • Participate in a wide range of activities
  • Cultivate skills of communication and leadership
  • Provide service to others and develop the desire to contribute to society

We support our pupils to…

  • Feel happy, safe and valued
  • Grow in self-worth and self-confidence
  • Care for one another, respect opinions and value relationships

We want our pupils to thrive; becoming committed, confident adults who embrace collaboration and communication in a technologically driven modern world.

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