What’s on?

A quick video to keep you updated with what's on at St Joseph's this week. @StJo's this week in 2 minutes from HT@Josephs on...

Y6 Trip & SATS

Please see the attached letter about inviting parents & carers of Y6 pupils to a meeting on Monday 11th February about the SATS and a residential visit to Holy Island. Y6 Meeting re SATS and Holy...

e-Safety

Mr Cochrane from Gem Education visited our school on Friday 11th January to talk to our Year 5 & 6 pupils and parents about e-Safety. This subject is very important to the staff at St Joseph's who consider children's safety on-line a concern in today's digital world....

Free School Meals

Please read the attached letter as if your child is eligible for free school meals, in most cases they’ll remain eligible until Universal Credit is fully rolled out, currently estimated to be at least 31 March 2023 KS1 fsm letter Jan 2019 ...

Our Curriculum

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...

Admissions 2019

The online admissions system opened in September 2018 for Gateshead parents to apply for a place for their child in Reception Class in September 2019. The closing date for submitting online applications is 15 January 2019, If you have a child to start school in...

Super Safety

A lovely visit to Safetyworks this morning with year 5 and 6. The children learnt so much about road safety, fire safety, personal choices, metro safety and first...

e-Safety

E-Safety is an important part of children's education in today's digital world which is why the school takes the education and welfare of our pupils online very seriously so are inviting parents and carers of children in Years 5 and 6 to attend an informative session...

Class and HT Tweets

Welcome

Mr RamanandiIt is my great pleasure to welcome you to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School website. I hope it gives you an invaluable insight into our school community and its ethos.

We are very lucky to serve the parishes of St. Anne’s, Winlaton and St. Joseph’s, Blaydon and enjoy excellent relationships with both parishes and our Catholic ethos is at the heart of our newly written Mission Statement.

All are welcome in St Joseph’s
Where everyone is special, cared for,
and challenged to be the best they can be,
in our safe and happy school.

We strive to love justice, show mercy and
walk wisely and humbly with God.
We will love one another in Christ
knowing that Jesus loves us very much.

This was produced by staff, parents, parishioners and children working together and reflects how much we value partnership especially with parents.

We see our role as supporting parents by developing strong links between family and school, enabling us to journey together with respect and in Christ. If you would like to find out more about St Joseph’s, please feel free to contact us.

I hope you enjoy our website.

Mr A Ramanandi Head Teacher

 

Design and Technology

Design & Technology Purpose of study Design and technology is an inspiring, rigorous and practical subject. Using creativity and imagination, pupils design and make products that solve real and relevant problems within a variety of contexts, considering their own and...

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Computing Curriculum

Computing Curriculum A high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. The core of computing is computer science, in which pupils are taught the principles of information and computation,...

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Science

Science Aims At St Joseph’s we are now following the new national curriculum for science. The national curriculum for science aims to ensure that all pupils: develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of biology,...

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History

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...

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Consultation on Admission Arrangements for St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Blaydon for September 2020 and beyond

Gateshead Local Authority is consulting with parents, schools, diocesan bodies, Governors, local authorities and others on behalf of the Governing Body of St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Croftdale Road, Blaydon, Gateshead NE21 4BG which is its own admission authority, on the changes they propose to their school admission arrangements from September 2020 and beyond.

The main changes to the policy are;

The inclusion of an additional category, which is now category 2.

Catholic Children with a Certificate of Catholic Practice who are resident in the parishes of St Anne’s, Winlaton and St Joseph’s, Blaydon.

 The inclusion of an additional note, now note 4, which defines the ‘Certificate of Catholic Practice’ and clarifies how these are issued.

The draft policy is below

St Joseph’s Blaydon Admission Policy 2020-21 for consultation

Please send any comments on these proposals to Jackie Soulsby by the 8th December 2018.

Jackie Soulsby, School Organisation and Admissions Assistant, Education Support Service, Care, Wellbeing and Learning, Dryden Centre, Evistones Road, Low Fell, Gateshead. NE9 5UR.  E-mail: jackiesoulsby@gateshead.gov.uk   Tel: 0191 433 2756 Fax: 0191 433 8574

www.gateshead.gov.uk

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Term Attendance

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Attendance This Year

  • YEAR 6 96.3%
  • YEAR 5 94.0%
  • YEAR 4 96.2%
  • YEAR 3 95.2%
  • YEAR 2 97.4%
  • YEAR 1 97.0%
  • RECEPTION 97.0%
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