Welcome to Saint Joseph’s Catholic Primary School website. We hope that you are able to find all of the information that you require. If you need any help or further information then please contact Karen Coggins or Mary O’Reilly in the school office and they will assist you with your query.   

Telephone: 020 7407 2642

A message from the headteacher

We hope that our school website gives you a flavour of what we offer; our ethos, values and ambitions for the children and all those in our community.

As our patron, Saint Joseph provides us with a role model in all that we do. As foster father to Jesus, Joseph took his responsibilities very seriously so that he could help Jesus to ‘increase in wisdom, stature and in favour with God and men’. As a Catholic School, this too is our Mission. We want all of our children to love learning, achieve well, develop a spiritual dimension to their lives and be able to form positive relationships with others. Parents are the first teachers of their children, so as a school we look to work in partnership with families to help, guide and nurture the children in our care.

If you cannot find what you are looking for on our website, please do contact the school office and ask. A website can only give a virtual ‘snapshot’ of what we are about; if you would like to visit, please contact the school office to make an appointment.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Mrs Sue Barber (Headteacher)

At Saint Joseph’s our priority is to ensure all children feel protected and safe. Governors and staff are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We expect all parents, carers, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

 Current OFSTED Report

 The school has a strong ethos, based upon its Christian values. Pupils and families are supported well by the school because staff appreciate the diverse nature and needs of the local community. 

 The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection. 

 Pupils are making rapid progress in phonics.

 The school’s approach to teaching science has been transformed.

 The high profile given to literacy development across the school is also seen through a variety of subjects. 

School self-evaluation is thorough and an appropriate development plan has been put in place.

Pupils in key stage 1 are ambitious to do well in mathematics and are making good progress.

Teachers are (also) using rich texts so that pupils deepen their understanding and link their reading and writing.

The leadership team has ensured that all safeguarding arrangements are fit for purpose, with the safety and well-being of pupils having the highest priority.


Saint Joseph’s, Ofsted Inspection Report April 2018

 Section 48 & Catholic Life Report

 The Catholic Life of the school is outstanding because the well-being and personal development of each pupil is at the heart of the school’s vision [/quote]

October 2017

S48 Denominational Inspection Report October 2017

 Pupil Premium

 Sports Funding

 Special Educational Needs & Disability School Offer

 Starting Nursery 2017-2018

Please view the Nursery Advert September 2017 to view information about our Nursery for September 2017-2018

 School Assessment Data