Welcome to St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

'Growing in Faith, Faith in Growing'

The mission of St Joseph's School is to encourage spiritual awareness,promote a full understanding of the Catholic faith and foster the development of all the gifts and skills which the children in our care are endowed.

"The warm, welcoming atmosphere of the Early Years Foundation stage and its strong focus on children's learning and development ensures that children make good progress"

"The school is a cohesive community where pupils feel safe. It is caring and inclusive, and this contributes to the strong promotion of pupils' social, moral, spiritual and cultural development"

"Teachers and teaching assistants are very enthusiastic and their professionalism shines through in each lesson. This inspires and motivates pupils to have positive attitudes to learning."

(OFSTED September 2012)

Our School

St Joseph’s is a one form entry, Catholic Primary School, serving the Parish of St. Joseph’s, Darlaston and St Mary’s, Willenhall. We cater for children from the age of 3 to 11.

It is a small, friendly school, where each child is valued and respected.

We aim to provide a caring, safe, secure and stimulating environment where your child is encouraged to become self confident and an independent learner.

We are proud to be a school dedicated to St. Joseph, the man who was given the task of educating the child Jesus and it is under his patronage that our work here is done.

I believe that the partnership between parents and school is vitally important and I invite you to be fully involved in both your child’s education and in the whole life of the school.
I am very proud to be part of the community of St Joseph’s and I look forward to developing the bond between home, school and church.

Working in partnership, we can ensure that your child enjoys their time at St Joseph’s while reaching a high standard of achievement appropriate to their ability.

If you require further information please contact me at the school.

Mrs Ann Thompson - Acting Head Teacher