Welcome to our school website. St Joseph's is a happy and successful Catholic school, where pupils feel safe and they are helped to thrive.

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St Joseph's R.C. Primary School
Ysgol Gynradd Gatholig Rhufeinig Sant Joseff
Jesus: in our hearts, in our minds,
in our living, in our learning
Iesu: yn ein calonnau, yn ein
meddyliau, yn ein byw ac yn ein dysgu.


Class Info


Meet the Staff


Mr Penry-Williams - Class Teacher


Mrs Katchi - Class LSA - Tuesday PM/Wednesday PM/Thursday PM




Four Purposes


At St Joseph’s the Four purposes of the new Curriculum for Wales drive our provision for teaching and learning. Through a broad and balanced curriculum, we enable all pupils to be:


Ambitious, capable learners ready to learn throughout their lives

Enterprising, creative contributors ready to play a full part in life and work

Ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world

Healthy, confident individuals ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society



PE Days

PE takes place on a Tuesday and every other Thursday. Pupils must wear PE kit into school which they will wear all day. 


PE Kit consists of:

  • House colour t-shirt (plain or with school logo) or white polo shirt.

  • Navy shorts or tracksuit bottoms.

  • Trainers.


Outdoor Learning

Outdoor Learning takes place every other Tuesday (alternate weeks to PE on a Thursday).

Pupils will need wellies/walking boots and waterproof coats and trousers if possible.

The dates for outdoor learning this half term are:





Class Charter

At the start of each year, our pupils reflect on what should be shared values of a rights-respecting classroom. Pupils consider, in conjunction with the UNCRC, their rights and responsibilities, to ensure that all pupils are happy, safe and can meet their full potential within the classroom environment. The charter is ‘signed’ by all pupils and is displayed in the classroom.





Home Learning Expectations

Each time your child begins a new Domain Unit e.g. The Founding of Rome, a Knowledge Organiser and Learning at Home Domain Guidance will be sent home via Homework Book. This knowledge organiser allows you and your child to see the core knowledge for the domain of learning; the knowledge to be remembered. The Learning at Home Guidance gives parents, carers and pupils an overview of the domain, the key vocabulary, suggested reading materials and examples of independent projects that could be completed at home. You can also find these resources on the class page of the website under Domain Learning.


Each week, homework including spelling words to learn, maths learn-its and domain learn-its will be uploaded to Seesaw.


In addition, your child may also be asked to complete a Domain Unit home-learning project, a piece of homework linked to the Come and See topic, a chapter from the Skills Unit they are studying, reading comprehension or a worksheet to consolidate their learning in maths.



Typical Weekly Timetable





Remote Learning Guidance Notes