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Welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

September 2021

We have FY (Reception) class

(4-5yrs old) vacancies.

Please enquire 0121 354 6270

Virtual Open Day for Prospective New Parents

Hello and welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, if you are considering applying for a place at our school, please  click on the link below to view our short video of our school to give you a flavour!
Should you wish to apply for admission into the Foundation Year ( FY)  in September 2021-  all applications must be sent to the Local Authority, but the completed (SIF) Supplementary Information Form must be sent directly to School. 
The Admission Policy and SIF for entry into school for the academic year 2021-2022 can be found on this site under ‘Admissions’ in the Parents info section
Thank you for considering St Joseph’s School, we hope you find the video useful.
How to log onto GOOGLE CLASSROOMS– by Mr Lynch.
Please see the link below which gives a run through of how to log in and hand in a piece of work on google classroom


Mission Statement:

To follow in Jesus’ footsteps, caring for each other when we work, play and pray

We hope you like it and can find all the information you are looking for. We have tried to make it simple for you to use.

Mr G O’Hara – Executive  Principal

Mrs N Hill  – Acting Head of School 

St Joseph’s School is part of  St John Paul II Multi Academy

Bishops stand in solidarity with US sisters and brothers as they challenge the evil of racism and the brutal killing of George Floyd Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020 

“We stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in the USA as they challenge the evil of racism and the brutal killing of George Floyd. As the US Bishops made clear: ‘we cannot turn a blind eye to these atrocities and yet still try to profess to respect every human life. We serve a God of love, mercy, and justice.’ “Systemic racism is embedded in our own society. The disproportionate harm suffered by BAME people throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted profound inequalities, marginalisation and injustice here in the UK. The peaceful Black Lives Matter protests taking place in our towns and cities this week reflect the understandable anger that so many people feel about this. “As Catholics we recognise that racism is an evil which must be opposed; we all have a responsibility for actively promoting racial justice. Whenever we ignore racism or dismiss BAME people’s experience of it, we are complicit in violations of human dignity. We pray for God’s help to overcome racism in all its forms and that we might protect everyone who suffers its consequences. We are all made in God’s image.”  

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