Remember, we are open until 1pm today for all of our families to collect bagels, cereal and porridge. We have already had some very hungry customers! Please come along to our Nursery for a pack and a chat!
Welcome to our Early Years, for those new to us and those we know already. As we are unable to welcome you to our school at the moment, our staff have made a video to introduce themselves.
Copies of both prospectuses that have already been sent to you are also available here, along with a copy of the letter shared with new Nursery parents.
The consultation period for St Joseph’s RC Primary School to convert to Academy status and join Bishop Chadwick Catholic Education Trust begins on Monday, 8th June for a period of three weeks. The attached letter gives further information. A document with FAQ is also attached.
Please send any consultation response sheets to email@example.com
To our children,
We’re missing you all so much and we know how much you’re missing school too so we’ve had an idea to help bring us together and we need your help!
We are going to create a virtual choir and we want you to be involved.
With the help of a very talented musician, Mike McGrother, we are going to sing ‘We’ll Meet Again’, a well known song from the World War II era. The song will air on Friday, which marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Below shows instructions on how to record yourself singing and then how to send your recordings in.
We are so excited to hear your voices again so we would love for you all to take part!
Year Five had a fabulous morning at St Joseph’s Academy. Some of our old pupils were teaching them how to exercise and dance.
We have had an amazing day exploring different countries.
On Monday 36 children, from Years 5 and 6, went to Thurston Outdoor Education Centre, in the Lake District.
It looks like they are having a good time!
This week has been a very busy week in Year 6. We have been exploring algebra in maths, writing mystery stories in English and investigating how light travels in straight lines in Science – we even made our very own periscopes using card and mirrors.
On a sporting front, we have been pushing ourselves to improve our stamina by doing the daily mile – no pain no gain! Some of our class also competed in a swimming gala at Haven Point.
We hope you all have a wonderful week off for half term and that the children come back refreshed and raring to go.
It has been a busy week and it’s only Wednesday!
As part of our RE topic on Books, the children have been finding out about the Bible and how the Gospels are found in The New Testament. We looked at the responses and actions used before and after the Gospel is read and then the children experienced these through role-play. The class interviewed some of our Year 6 pupils who are altar servers, in order to find out more about their responsibilities when preparing for this special part of the Mass.