St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

"to inspire, to learn, to love with God"

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Hill Top, Hednesford, Cannock, Staffordshire WS12 1DE

01543 227225

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Monday 25th January 2021

Please note that school is closed today due to adverse weather conditions.

Pupils will be able to access pre-recorded lessons and tasks on Google Classroom

School Closure

Following the Government announcement of 4th January, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School will be closed from 5th January 2021 to all pupils other than to vulnerable children and critical worker children.


An individual text message (based on our original list of families that fall into the vulnerable/critical worker category) will be sent confirming eligibility to attend school on 5th January 2021.


For those families whose circumstances have changed since the first lockdown, please complete the critical worker audit below if you feel that you now fall into the critical worker category and you wish to send your child to school on Thursday 6th January. New parents to school including Nursery and Reception are asked to complete the audit if applicable.


Please return your audit by 3pm on 5th January 2021.  School will review audits on 5th January 2021 and advise eligibility to attend via text message.


Remote learning for none critical worker children will be made available as soon as possible. Further communication will be sent out shortly.

Critical Worker Audit

Year 5 Topic Assembly

Friday 4th December 2020

Anti-bullying Week

16th - 20th November 2020

Reception Class -

YEAR 3 -

We have had a wonderful week thinking about friendship and how we can make our lives happy and contented. We made a poster together, joining our ideas through PSHE and RE

YEAR 5 -

1) We created a class 'friendship chain' - each pupil picked a name from a hat and wrote a positive message for that person on a strip of card. Then we assembled the messages to form a friendship chain. 

2) We looked at the qualities needed for a good friendship and then wrote recipes for the perfect friendship in creative writing. 

3) We looked at the impact of different types of bullying and how we as a school can work together to make sure bullying does not happen. 

YEAR 6 - During Anti-Bullying/Friendship week, we have spoken about what a good friend looks like in small groups and shared some ideas on how we could show that we care for each other in the classroom. The children have created a jigsaw puzzle each detailing their aim to unite with each other to put a stop to bullying. This activity was created after looking at different scenarios and discussing what our role would be in combatting any bullying issue

Year 2 Topic Assembly

Friday 20th November - this has been postponed and will take place in the spring term.

Reception & Year 6

Special Friend's Assembly

Friday 13th November 2020

Our Harvest festival food collections that have been donated to a local food bank

Year 6 Prayer Assembly

Friday 9th October

Year 5 Prayer Assembly

Friday 25th September

Reception Class Parent Welcome Meeting

Year 4 Prayer Assembly

Friday 18th September

September 2020

Please find below a parent guide for children returning to school in September, together with information sent to parents in July and a pupil Q&A document

During lockdown we have replaced the sinks and vanity units in the key stage 2 toilets.

WOW - 'What Outstanding Work'

As we are unable to celebrate WOW assemblies at the present time with our parents, we will share these with you here.....

Friday 15th January

Reception Class  

Kaleb - for using excellent vocabulary during our science experiments! and recalling it the next day too! Super listening skills!  

Brodie - For working very hard at home with her home learning- she is going the extra mile and we are super proud!

Year 1  

Bryn - Bryn has worked really hard using his phonics to label Paddington and using adjectives to describe Paddington.


Imogen - Imogen has worked really hard at home. She has done a really lovely piece of work describing Paddington and as a challenge she used conjunctions.


Year 2 

Finley - for his excellent poster, full of facts he had researched about the Great Fire of London!

Evie-Briannah - for her super recount about one of her days in the Christmas Holidays. Such beautifully neat handwriting too!  

Year 3  

Jacob  - For pushing himself further in maths; taking on challenges and succeeding. Amazing work. Well done. 

Mikolaj - For an amazing volcano structure created for homework. It is immense! Well done

Year 4 

Lilly-Mae for her excellent attitude to home learning and polite manners on Google Classroom. Here is a picture of her carefully sketched artwork. Super work Lily!

Niall - for his RE work retelling the Christmas Story as one of the three wise men

Year 5


Year 6 

Megan - for displaying a good attitude to her home learning and presenting her work just as she would if she were in school. She has also demonstrated a good place value knowledge that she can now build upon and challenge herself

Violette-fleur: for creating a lovely poem using both active and passive voice accurately. My favourite line is "Happiness is the night sky brightened by the twinkling stars." Super job, Violette.

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