School Information Regulations
All schools are required to publish the following information online. If you have any queries with regards to any of the details below, please do not hesitate to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Pupil Premium Information
School Improvement Plan
Section 48 RE Report
Policies and Notices
To view all of our policies Click Here
DfE Unique Reference Number (URN): 105262
To view last summer’s results Click Here
Latest School Performance Tables for St. Joseph’s
Most recent Ofsted Report
Pupil Premium Information from DfE
In addition to the publication of our holiday patterns and our school year calendar online, we use a variety of alternative routes to engage parents, guardians and students in events happening at St. Joseph’s. These include:
- Paper letters and newsletters;
- Electronic letters and newsletters;
- Text messages;
- A monthly school bulletin magazine which is produced online;
- Social Media platforms Facebook and Twitter;
- Parents’ Evenings;
- Formal Reports;
- The homework diary;
- Tutor groups.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
If you feel your child has any Special Educational Needs or Disabilities please contact our SENCO Mrs Hawkrigg on 01204 697 456
School Ethos and Values
We have a deep commitment to building a sense of community at St. Joseph’s – a community, which recognises the dignity and worth of each individual and fosters recognition of our responsibilities to each other and the wider world.
We aim to be a loving and reconciling community, based on mutual respect and tolerance. We try to live out our Christianity in our day to day dealings with each other. Children admitted to St. Joseph’s are expected to take a full and active part in the religious life of the school.
We celebrate feast days, and the holy seasons in the Church’s calendar. Prayers are said daily, and each week there are whole school and year assemblies. Opportunities to take part in voluntary Mass, the Rosary and Stations of the Cross are offered in our chapel. Every pupil will study Religious Studies throughout the school, up to and including GCSE level. It is gratifying to note that surveys of pupils regularly rate Religious Studies as a subject in which they make significant progress.
The pupils are our greatest asset. Their response to the opportunities and high quality teaching available at St. Joseph’s results in a high level of academic performance and involvement in works of charity that we can all be justly proud of. They are involved in a high quality and extensive programme of voluntary community work, especially through our very active SVP Society.
We endeavour to ensure that each young person is able to achieve their full potential in terms of spiritual, intellectual and physical development, in a secure and safe environment.
At St. Joseph’s, we believe that the school should be at the heart of the community and through the acts of Christianity seen every day at the school, we can say that community is at the heart of the school.
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.”
We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which fulfills the requirements of the National Curriculum, and enable all learners to realise their full potential.
To view our curriculum statement Click Here