St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
COVID19 Home School update
This week we have added a new section on each class website page. From each class page you can access a list of activities for children to access at home during school closures at this time.
The home learning consists of Maths and English activities linked to children’s current learning in school. These activities will be added to if the closure is extended.
There are also online tools which children can utilise to further their learning during the closure including Purple Mash. All children will have received log ins for this online resource. We have also included many useful websites which you may wish to access to support your child during their time at home.
On Friday 20th March some year groups will receive paper based learning packs with approximately 2 weeks worth of activities, and all classes will be given books to record any learning from home in the coming weeks.
Many of the activities do require access to the internet- even via phone so that you can see the activities, they can then be completed on paper.
We must stress that we do not expect any children to complete set activities if they are unwell.
The class pages can also be found by following these links. The green home learning button will be at the top of the page once the resources are ready.
Reception - click here
Year 1 - click here
Year 2 click here
Year 3 - click here
Year 4 - click here
Year 5 - click here
Year 6 - click here
We welcome you to St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, a happy and caring school where every child is known and loved. We are pleased to have this opportunity to share with you some of our beliefs and aspirations, as well as general information about our school that you might find helpful.
This website will give you important information about St. Joseph's. It is designed to provide for you a whole range of details concerning:
the curriculum, school development, personnel, our Governors,
the Friends of St. Joseph's and many other aspects of school life.
We always start the brand new academic year with great enthusiasm and faith that God will guide us in the right direction for success and happiness for everyone.
There is always a lovely family atmosphere here at St. Joseph's that is a genuine, caring and nuturing environment for any child to be a part of. We go that extra mile to ensure that we encourage every child that walks through our door to reach their own potential; no matter what that may be. Everyone has their own individual talents and we are proud of the array of wonderful children we get to meet.
This website is a window into the life at St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School which will give you important information about us. It is designed to provide for you a whole range of details concerning the curriculum, school development, personnel, our Governors, the Friends of St. Joseph’s and many other aspects of school life.
OUR SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT:
Together at St. Joseph’s
We Learn to Love
Sharing our Gifts
Building God’s World
Here at St. Joseph’s we do our best to challenge and support all our children so that every child has the opportunity to excel and achieve their potential. As a team, we endeavour to provide a rich, exciting and diverse curriculum so that each child can experience a varied yet stimulating education within a small and homely environment in the very heart of Stockport town centre.
Our sub Mottos of ‘Anam Cara’ ("soul friend" in religion and spirituality) and ‘Where we Learn to Love and Love to Learn’ indicate our intimate approach of creating a spiritual haven where our children can grow and flourish in a loving and homely way along a path that Jesus wants us to take.
All our children strive for success and happiness encouraged by a committed staff, who by knowing and caring for each child, provide wonderful opportunities to enhance their development.
We look forward to working with you and your children as they embark upon the next stage of their learning journey, as we work together in Faith to challenge, support and prepare our children as future citizens of this 21st century.
Mrs. Anne Hamilton Headteacher and all the Staff at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.