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With effect from 5th January the school will be closed with only eligble children able to attend school. These will be children of key workers and those classified as vulnerable.

Details of this key worker classification are available by clicking here. If you believe your child is eligible to attend school in person, please contact tprivett@stjosephs.w-berks.sch.uk. All other children will need to remain at home and learning will be remote.

We understand how remote learning at home can be challenging for a variety of reasons and that all family circumstances are different, meaning the children will be accessing work at different times of the day. Please do not worry, we continue to be here for you throughout this national lockdown and will help you in any way we can so please do ask us.

Please also use the home learning information we place on the home learning page that can be accessed by clicking here

Any questions or concerns please do contact us via email office@stjosephs.w-berks.sch.uk

Mrs Bosher

Headteacher

 

''There is a strong sense of welcome from the moment you step over the threshold and very good relationships exist between all members of the community'' S48 Validation Report May 2016

''The children in the school demonstrate outstanding respect, behaviour and Christian attitudes in their relationships, with a clear sense of right and wrong'' S48 Validation Report May 2016

''strong determined and decisive leadership which has improved the quality of teaching and pupils progress'' Our staff  are proud to work at St Joseph's and value the positive improvements which have been made'' Ofsted March 2018

'St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a school that works hard to 'follow Jesus, recognise the Holy Spirit and nurture gifts'.The mission statement is well known and all the community do their very best to live it out on a daily basis.'' S48 Validation Report May 2016

''pupils enjoy coming to school and feel safe'' Ofsted March 2018