All are welcome to our Collective Worships held each Friday morning at 9 a.m: 24th Nov led by Year 2.    Dates for School Masses in church held at 10 a.m: Sunday 26th November 2017, Sunday 25th February 2018, Sunday 29th April 2018. Date of First Holy Communion Sunday 20th May 2018.    Dinner money reminder: the cost of a school meal is now £2.20 per day payable at the beginning of the week

Aim High

Everyone welcome

Care for others as Jesus does

Aim High

Care for others as Jesus does

Everyone Welcome

Aim High - Care for others as Jesus does - Everyone Welcome

Welcome

logo_250Our website contains lots of information about our school, including up to date news and events listings, as well as recent examples of our work and play.

At St Joseph’s we strive to live our Mission Statement each day;
Aim high – Care for others as Jesus does – Everyone welcome.

I hope you find our website useful.

Mr J Hattam: Head Teacher

Coming Up

  • November 24, 2017 9:00 amY2 Collective Worship
  • November 29, 2017 1:00 pmFencing for Year 6
  • December 1, 2017Reception, Y1 & Y2 - Whitehouse Farm Visit
  • December 1, 2017 9:00 amAdvent 1 Collective Worship led by Year 3
  • December 6, 2017 1:00 pmFencing for Year 6
  • December 8, 2017 9:00 amAdvent 2 Collective Worship led by Year 4
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Subtraction games

We have been developing the skill of column subtraction during our maths lessons. To help us with our skills we played a range of subtraction skills with a small group.  

Year 3 Reading Inspire

It was great to see lots of family members coming along to support the children from year 3 during their reading inspire. The children were given some extracts from David Walliams Worst Children book and a range of comprehension style questions to answer. It was great...

Muscles!

Do you know how your muscles work?  If you are not sure then speak to one of the children from Year 3. Their science lesson this week involved the making of some muscles to help them to understand how the muscles in our body work. [gallery size="medium" columns="4"...

Planning a kenning

Year 3 have been finding out about different types of poetry.  This week they have looked at a kenning. A kenning is a poem that describes what an object or person is and what it does.  It's a little bit like a riddle.  Each line had two words - a noun and an...

Classification in Science

  Year 6 children have been developing their skills of classification. Mrs Bell and Mrs Francis gave the children a selection of liquorice allsorts to help them to use the skills they have learnt so far. [gallery size="medium"...

A well earned ‘day-off’ in school

The children from year 2 had a well deserved day-off in school to celebrate their amazing attendance during the summer term! They picked a range of fun activities and came to school in non-uniform. Well done boys and girls! [gallery size="large"...

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Mr J G Hattam, Headteacher
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School
Prince Consort Road
Gateshead NE8 1LR
Tel. 0191 4901517

stjosephsrcprimaryschool
@gateshead.gov.uk

Mrs Anne Atkinson:
School Business Manager

Attendance Last Week

Year 6
100%
Year 5
97.9%
Year 4
100%
Year 3
97.3%
Year 2
99.6%
Year 1
100%
Reception
98.7%

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