Covid 19 Messages for Parents and Carers from Knowsley Council 18th September 2020

Letter to parents and Carers

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Our Mission Statement:

“Everyone Together with Jesus”

Welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic Catholic Primary School

Inspired by Jesus, we grow closer to God through prayer and worship. We always do our best and show respect, love and care for everyone.

School Aims

  1. To be inspired by Jesus.
  2. To enable all members of the school family to reach their full potential
  3. To work in partnership with parents, parish, local and wider community

We hope that your time with us will be happy and rewarding. At St. Joseph’s we take great pride in creating a warm welcoming school. Whilst your child is with us, we shall do everything we can to help him or her develop his or her potential and ensure that the school is a happy and stimulating place.

St. Joseph’s was judged to be outstanding in all areas during two recent inspections. The school is situated in an excellent position, close to the Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park. This offers opportunities for our pupils to take part in a variety of sporting activities including swimming and BMX riding. Our pupils have also attended a range of cultural activities including pantomimes, plays and musical performances.

If you would like to visit and see at first hand all that the school has to offer please contact us and make an appointment.

You can contact the school via email using stjoseph@knowsley.gov.uk or by phone on 0151 477 8990.

Please ask for Mrs D. Ely.

If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our school website, then please contact us and we can provide this free of charge.

Autumn Term

Tuesday, 1st September:
Staff training day – school closed

Wednesday, 2nd September:
Term begins

26th October – 30th October:
Half Term

Friday, 18th December:
School Closes for Christmas holiday

“This extremely caring school is an exciting place for pupils to learn. Pupils’ personal and academic achievement thrives because their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. ”
Ofsted, March 2013

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