Year 6 have finally finished their SATs this week! Well done-we are very proud of you all!...read more
Congratulations to Emma-Peggy who took part in the annual Sharpness Fun Run completing a 10K (6.1. mile) Ladies and Men’s race. Emma-Peggy WON the race in an outstanding time of 53 minutes! ...read more
On Friday 28th April the school choir sang at The Rotary Club Music Concert – the children were...read more
St Joseph’s tag rugby team were amazing in the Dursley Festival winning all FIVE of thier...read more
Congratulations to all of our runners! Senior girls and boys 2nd small school and St Joseph’s 3rd small school overall! Junior girls 3rd overall. Special mention to Emma Peggy who came 7th overall (all schools) Jessica Foran 4th overall, Erin Musty 5th overall and...read more
In Saint Mary’s we are never ones to sit still, and we’re always being active in our learning. We have been very busy this week learning about 2D shapes and can now recognise and name a square, rectangle, triangle and circle. We have also been...read more
Topic – The Stone Age to Iron Age This term all of the children in Saint Teresa’s class have gone on a fascinating journey back in time to find out what Britain was like during the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age! We have discovered lots about what...read more
Y6 children and YR made all of the decorations for our Christmas Tree-the theme of Love. St Lawrence church is in Stroud and the trees will be on display until 3rd...read more
This term the children have the choice of the following activities for Golden Time Field Games KS1 and KS2 Construction Computing Board Games Your child/ren will know which activity they have chosen and for board games, they will be expected to bring in a game from...read more
Year 6 lead us in prayer and reflection on Friday 11th November 2016 and a minute silence in honour of those who have died in the war...read more
If your child took part in the Sports Festival at St Peter’s before the Easter break please click on the link below to see some photographs of this event.
At St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School we pride ourselves in being an integral part of the local Parish community and value the close ‘family’ atmosphere that we achieve.