STLB 35

The image above shows this week's 'Statement To Live By' which is number 35. It is rooted in guiding principle 9, "Experience fun, humour, imagination, creativity, play and excitement in life." This will give children the opportunity to 'Acknowledge the...

STLB 34

The image above shows this week's 'Statement To Live By' which is number 34. It is rooted in guiding principle 9, "Experience fun, humour, imagination, creativity, play and excitement in life." This will give children the opportunity to 'Acknowledge the...

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 Vimeo.

STLB 33

The image above shows this week's 'Statement To Live By' which is number 33. It is rooted in guiding principle 9, "Experience fun, humour, imagination, creativity, play and excitement in life." This will give children the opportunity to 'Acknowledge the...

Y5 Space Camp

Open the letter to find out more about Year 5's Space Camp. space camp letter

STLB 32

The image above shows this week's 'Statement To Live By' which is number 32. It is rooted in guiding principle 8, "Forgive and be forgiven, to reconcile and be reconciled." This will give children the opportunity to 'Experience a reconciling...

Youth Festival

Year 6 will visit the Youth Village in June for the Youth Festival. Open the letter to find out more details.  Youth Fesitival Y6

STLB 31

The image above shows this week's 'Statement To Live By' which is number 31. It is rooted in guiding principle 8, "Forgive and be forgiven, to reconcile and be reconciled." This will give children the opportunity to 'Experience a reconciling...

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

 

Pyjamarama!

The children had great fun today wearing their pyjamas for Children In Need.  As you can see they positioned themselves to spell out 'Children In Need'. Unfortunately my ladder wasn't tall enough to capture it fully but they looked fab! They have raised a fantastic...

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Remembrance Day 2013

We were really privileged to welcome Command Warrant Officer Surface Ships Strickland (Adam's Dad!) to school this week. He explained the importance of Poppy Day and led the school in silent remembrance at 11 o'clock. It was truly moving; even the very youngest...

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House Points

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Term Attendance

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Attendance This Year

  • YEAR 6 96.7% 96.7%
  • YEAR 5 95.1% 95.1%
  • YEAR 4 96.2% 96.2%
  • YEAR 3 96.1% 96.1%
  • YEAR 2 96.7% 96.7%
  • YEAR 1 96.8% 96.8%
  • RECEPTION 97.2% 97.2%
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