Excellence For All
Change comes from action.
Our Trust is committed to promoting better inclusion for people with disabilities in our schools and wider community.
Learn more about the day and what we're advocating for: https://idpwd.org/
Today we honour the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe.
The feast is dedicated to reflecting on the royalty of Jesus Christ on our community, to never forget the power of Christ in our lives.
Leaders, teachers and support staff from across the Trust came together last week to share ideas, learn from industry experts and celebrate our first-ever ‘Transforming Lives’ Awards.
A huge thank you to everyone who got involved!
Road Safety Week is a chance to think about how to keep roads and streets safe.
A quarter of parents say traffic is too fast for their children to walk to school. Let’s all slow down, be careful and save lives.
Learn more and get involved at:
Just like the BBC’s Children in Need, we at St Joseph believe “every child should have the chance to thrive and be the best they can be”.
Find out how you can help fundraise or participate with your child, and have fun while making a difference!
Our schools put Christ at the centre of our teaching, and we’re proud of the morally rich education we provide.
Children are taught bullying has no place at St Joseph, and our schools are warm, welcoming environments that enable children to reach their full human potential.
We hope all our children and their families enjoy their time together this Remembrance Weekend.
Join us in taking the time to reflect on the lives lost and sacrifices made as we express our gratitude for the happiness of our own lives.
A top priority at St Joseph is to make #EveryChildAReader.
We focus on supporting every child not only to learn to read fluently, but also enjoy reading and become a frequent reader.
You can find fun reading activities and challenges for your child at:
All our schools’ children are now back in school!
Our teachers have been excited to welcome you back and continue developing excellence both within our schools and within each and every pupil.
Let’s enjoy our time in school together and reach our potential!
We hope our children and their families take the time this All Saints' Day to remember and celebrate the lives of our saints and martyrs.
And tomorrow, let us pray for all those who have passed and the souls that have faithfully departed this world on All Souls’ Day.