Policies and Forms


2020 Primary School Admissions / Appeals Timetables
2020-2021 St Joseph's Catholic School Admissions Policy
2020-2021 St Joseph's Catholic School SIF Form
2020-21 St Joseph's Admission Committee Meeting Dates
2021 Primary School Admissions / Appeals Timetable
2021-2022 St Joseph's Catholic School Admissions Policy
2021-2022 St Joseph's Catholic School SIF Form
2022-2023 St Joseph's Catholic School Admissions Policy
Parish Boundary of the Holy Trinity
Parish Boundary of the Sacred Heart

School Policies

School Policies
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) - e-safety for parents
Accessibility Plan 2018 To 2021
Anti Bullying Policy
Anti Bullying Policy For Children
Attendance And Punctuality
Behaviour And Discipline Policy
Behaviour Policy Addendum St Josephs Due To Covid 19 Situation
Calculation Policy MAC version
Charging and Remissions Policy MAC version
Complaints Policy
Computing Policy
Data Protection (GDPR) Policy
Equality & Diversity Policy MAC version
EYFS Policy
Feedback And Presentation Policy
Guidance to Parents and Visitors regarding Conduct on the school premises
Health and Safety Policy
Homework Policy
Internet Policy And E-Safety Guidelines
Intimate Care Policy
March 2021 Risk Assessment Template For ST J Updated For 8th March 2021
Medical Needs And The Administration Of Medication Policy
No Platform Policy
RE Policy
Relationships Sex And Health Education (RSHE MAC) Policy
Remote Learning Plan
Remote Learning Policy
Risk Assessment For reopening in Sept 2021
Safeguarding And Child Protection Policy
Science Policy
SDP 2020-2021 St Josephs Summary Overview
SEND Policy (MAC version from Sept 2021)
Snow And Adverse Weather Conditions Guidance
St Joseph's Primary Version Safeguarding Addendum - March 2021
Teaching And Learning Policy
Whistleblowing Policy

Useful Forms

Other Documents

KS2 Helping Your Child At Home- maths
Maths Parent Workshop Presentation
NSPCC Online Safety O2 - Your Child's Online World Booklet A5. Autumn 2019
NSPCC Online safety Share-aware-parents-guide. Autumn 2019

Reading and Phonics

To teach reading in school in KS1 we use Read, Write, Inc, supplemented by Letters and Sounds.

To support reading at home, we send Oxford Reading Tree’s Floppy’s Phonics books home from Reception. The children move through the Floppy’s Phonics Books until stage six. They then start Oxford Reading Tree Books stage seven when the phonics books are completed (this could be at any point in year one or two depending on ability).

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