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Key Stage 4 Options

The GCSE option blocks for current Year 9 students are now available to view. Take a look at our KS4 Options page to find out what is on offer and how to apply for your preferred subjects.

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A welcome message from the Headteacher...

Read about our latest excellent Ofsted report...

Our latest outstanding Diocese inspection...

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Year 11 Resources

We've collated a number of resources designed to help our Year 11s as they embark upon the next stage of their learning journey. Prepare for post-16 education, learn important life skills, and increase employability skills with a nationally recognised award. 

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What's New & Upcoming Events

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    Information & Resources for Prospective Pupils & Parents

    We've collated a whole page of helpful resources and fun videos for give prospective pupils and parents a taster of what St Joseph's is like. Parents/carers can also book a tour of the school.

    Find out more >>
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    Year 6 Transition

    Our Year 6 transition page is a one-stop shop for all things transition: booklets that will help you prepare, all letters and correspondence that is sent out, video introductions from teachers and pupils, and a virtual tour of the school.

    Visit our Year 6 Transition Page >>
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    Our Catholic Ethos

    On our dedicated Catholic Ethos page you'll find resources and updates related to our Catholic ethos, including weekly prayers from Clifton Diocese, and posters created by students featuring our school's key values.

    Visit the Catholic Ethos page >>

Parental Satisfaction Survey:

92%

Pupil Satisfaction Survey:

94%
Pray for Our Schools: Clifton Diocese Prayer of the Week
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Pupils speak positively about their school experience because they feel supported and valued.
Ofsted 2018

The behaviour of students and their care for others is exemplary. They are role models for each other and this contributes enormously to the spirituality and ethos of the school

Diocese Inspection