Please book for Kidz Care Club during the Easter Holidays by Friday 3rd March. Thank you


Welcome to St Joseph's Catholic Primary School


At St Joseph's we welcome children of all faiths between the ages of 3 and 11.  We are part of the Dominic Barberi Multi Academy Company.

Our children have a big part in their learning, they have opportunities to choose topics and areas of learning - we take pride in offering a wide and varied curriculum. 

Families are welcome to come to visit our school, either book a visit or call in during one of our Open Sessions which are held during the afternoon on the last Friday of the month during term time. Our children are very proud of their school and welcome the opportunity to show you around. 

We are able to accept in-year transfer applications. However, to avoid any disappointment, please contact the school to ensure that there are still places available.


         School Games mark - Silver Well done to us, what an achievement!!!


We are delighted to achieve a Silver School Games Mark!

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels.

St Joseph's School Prayer


Dear God,

Thank you for watching over our marvellous school and for keeping all the children and staff safe from harm.

We ask You to help us grow in our love for You.


By Eucalyptus Class


Safer Internet Day 2017 - please visit our E-Safety page for details

Admission appeals timetable - please click here to view the policy


Congratulations to all our children who received a certificate for 100% attendance last term and in the early part of this term... Keep it up! Remember, 'EVERY DAY COUNTS'.

Admissions Policy 2017-18 for consultation

Letter to parents Jan 2016

Science Week (14th - 18th March). Click here to view our photos from the week.


St Teresa


St Peter


St John


St Bernadette


This week's award winners!

Our Mission Statement


Walking hand in hand with Jesus...


"We are a Christian school in the Catholic tradition. We aim to develop and nurture the religious education and spirituality of all within the school community. There is a universal call to each Catholic school to recognise its uniqueness and diversity. As a school, we believe we are called upon to celebrate and respond to this. 


St Joseph's is a community made up of people at different stages in their journey of faith; for some children this will be their first opportunity to hear the good news of the Gospel. We aim to grow together, through worship, liturgy, prayer and education in an understanding of what it is to be a member of the Christian community. 


To facilitate this journey of faith, St Joseph's seeks to develop the whole person through Revelation (God's Self Revelation), Church (Communion of Life in Christ), Celebration (Living the Christian Mystery in Worship and Prayer) and Life in Christ (The Search for Holiness and Truth) in accordance with the Catholic Education Service guidelines"

Latest Newsletters

After School Clubs - Autumn Term

We have invited providers of external clubs to come to school and run some of our after school programme from September.  To run these clubs there will be minimum numbers of participants.  For more information please see the below letter and contact the school office to register your interest.

 New After School Activity Clubs

Lunch Menu

To view our Lunch menu, click here.

School Attendance Target

Our current attendance to date is 95.5%
Click here 
for more attendance information.

News and Letters »

Footsteps is Oxfordshire County Council’s child pedestrian road safety scheme.  Parents and families are the best people to teach their children the skills needed for road safety.  The aim of Footsteps is for children to learn to take responsibility and make decisions under the supervision of an adult. Footsteps enables parents and carers to gradually teach their child according to age and ability until each child is able to become independent.  Parents are encouraged to ask lots of open questions and discuss road safety skills which they may not have thought about.  Here is a link to the leaflet.