Aims and Mission Statement
St. Joseph’s is a Voluntary Aided school in the trusteeship of the Salford Diocese, established in 1963 and conducted in accordance with the rites, practices and observances of the Roman Catholic Faith.
The School Mission Statement describes the distinctive nature of St. Joseph’s:
“Our school is a community where Jesus Christ is our role model and his message the guiding principle behind all we do. Every member of our community is responsible for creating an environment that is caring, fair and respectful of each individual. We develop our potential, celebrate our talents and go forward together in faith.”
The Aims of St. Joseph’s RC High School are as follows:
– Use Christ as a model for our personal behaviour, treating every individual with love, respect and fairness.
– Provide wide-ranging and appropriate learning opportunities for pupils of all abilities, so that they can develop their talents in a secure, happy and stimulating environment.
– Establish a framework within which self-discipline can develop and self-esteem be fostered.
– Encourage an understanding of the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, respect for religious and moral values and an attitude of tolerance and understanding towards other religions, races and ways of life.
– Help pupils to understand the world in which they live and foster an awareness of their responsibilities towards others in their local, national and global community.
– Encourage pupils to acquire knowledge, qualifications and skills relevant to adult life and employment in a rapidly changing world.