This short animation gives you an insight into what we, we teach, how we teach it and why we teach it the way we do. First created in 2017, this has been revised to reflect both staffing changes and a review of our curriculum. St Joseph's Living Curriculum...
Year 6 children will be going on a River Walk to Newburn as part of one of their topics. Please see attached letter for more information. Year 6 River Tyne Trip
Pupils have painted poppies on pebbles with a name of one of the WW1 soldiers on the back and will hide them on the way home from school on 8th November for children to find on 9th November remembrance pebbles letter
The governors and staff of St Joseph's are pleased to share this short visual explanation the approach we adopted when designing our curriculum. We hope you enjoy it and find it informative. St Joseph's Living Curriculum 2018 from HT@Josephs on Vimeo.
You can't beat Cragside in the beautiful sunshine for a classroom today. The children have learnt lots this morning in the house and are looking forward to an afternoon of electricity workshops.
History In St Joseph’s, through the current History curriculum we follow the guidelines and aims of the national curriculum. Throughout Key stages 1 & 2 we aim to ensure that all pupils know and understand; - The history of the United Kingdom and some of the...