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St Joseph's Selly Oak

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Kings Norton, Birmingham

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May Day

Monday 1st May 2017 

Training Days 2016-17

Monday 2nd September 2016

Friday 6th January 2017

Monday 5th June 2017

Monday 24th July 2017

Tuesday 25th July 2017

 

Welcome to St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

School will be open tomorrow - Wednesday 13th December for all staff and children. We have tried to ensure all pathways are safe to use to access the main office, KS2 gate and through the KS1 entrance for breakfast club but please be very careful when using them. A snow plough has cleared the car park but take extra care if accessing the school as there are still large areas of ice. Could we please request all parents accessing breakfast club NOT to drive on to the grounds when dropping children off as it is single car access on the driveway and we want to ensure staff cars can access the grounds safely without meeting outgoing traffic. We appreciate your understanding tomorrow and look forward to welcoming all our families back in the morning. Our nativity performances will remain as below. The children have prepared well and will make all of us proud I am sure. Our Christmas craft fayre will go ahead as planned and families are welcome to join us from 2:30pm.

Rescheduled KS1 Nativity performances for our families - Wednesday at 9:30am and Thursday at 2pm.

This half term, we are focusing in particular on the virtues of being Learned and Wise. Please support your children as we help them to understand the beauty of these virtues.

 

Introduction 

St Joseph’s is a one form Catholic primary school situated on Selly Oak road, on the border between Kings Norton and Bournville. It is part of St Joseph’s and St Helen’s Parish within the archdiocese of Birmingham.

As a Catholic school, St Joseph’s aim is to create a religious and moral climate that will enable children to develop and mature, both emotionally and socially. We offer all our children, irrespective of ability, a broad and balanced curriculum. The school has a successful breakfast club and a wide variety of after school activities. 

We are proud of the good teaching in the school and the high standards of attainment that our children achieve. The school has always been praised for the great behaviour of its pupils, has very supportive parents and good links with our parish. Our priest is part of our school community and regularly delivers Mass to all our pupils.

The school admits children from all faiths whose parents value our Christian ethos. Please see our Admissions Page for more details.

I hope that you find the information available helpful. If you need any further details please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Mission Statement


To live and learn together
through our faith in Christ.

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