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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 3rd May 2021

Training Days 2020-21

Tuesday 1st September 2020

Friday 23rd October 2020

Monday 4th January 2021

Monday 7th June 2021

Friday 2nd July 2021

In addition, school will be closed on Monday 3rd May 2021 for the May Day Bank Holiday.






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Welcome to St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

Reception 2021 Open MORNING virtual zoom meeting (Twilight session)

Reception 2021
If you have a child due to start Reception Class in September 2021, please click on 'Reception 2021' area of this website where you will be able to watch a couple of videos depicting life in school, find our school prospectus and download the Supplementary Information Form which must be completed and returned with a copy of a Baptismal Certificate by no later than 15th January 2021.
In addition, Mr Greavy will be holding a Zoom Virtual Meeting on Tuesday 1st December at 4.30pm, where he will outline the reasons why you should choose St Joseph’s for your child. If you would like to join the meeting please email your details to or call our school office 0121 458 2458

Zoom Link-

Topic: Reception 2021 Twilight Virtual 'Open Morning'
Time: Dec 1, 2020 04:30 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 929 5839 0099
Passcode: pgBYE3



This half term, we are focusing in particular on the virtues of being 

 Intentional and Prophetic.

Please support your children as we help them to understand the beauty of these virtues.


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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