Coronavirus information updates


Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Sunday evening, we are awaiting further information from the Government about what this will mean for our school. In the short term, nothing has changed. I will provide you with further information in the coming days and weeks once I am able to do so. 

Stay safe

Mrs Bury




Now, more than ever, we need to be kind to ourselves and each other.  So here at St Joseph’s we are taking part in the British Red Cross’ ‘Power of Kindness Calendar’.  Daily, the pupils, coming into school, will fill in the calendar and reflect on how we can all be a little bit kinder.  We will also be completing different activities to help us reflect on why it is so important to show kindness .  We wanted to share this initiative with the pupils learning from home, so that you can keep your own calendar.  If you do decide to take part then please share with us, via Twitter or the school email, your acts of kindness.


Coronavirus (COVID-19):guidance supporting your children's education during coronavirus


This is a difficult and surreal time and we all need to know that there is someone out there to listen. At this difficult time we are always here in school to help. You can telephone or email. There are also a growing number of support groups in place now who are there to give additional support. Mrs Eaborn has been in contact with many parents and is always on the end of the phone should anyone need any support or advice. Mobile number is 07562337321

a. Here2Help

They are available to providing information, advice and resources. On the website, there are a growing number of resources to help families entertain and educate their children, support their mental health, maintain their wellbeing at home.

b. Starting Well

c. SEND Local Offer

The campaign is evolving and developing all the time in response to national guidance and local demand and is there for us all.

Stay safe everyone.



Thank you to all parents for their understanding and well-wishes at this challenging time. The most important thing at this time is that your family are safe and well in the coming weeks. However, we are aware that you'll want to ensure your child's learning is not compromised during this time. Teachers have already published home learning on their class pages or have sent paper copies of work home as appropriate. You are not expected to work with your child from 9am-3pm every day- just do what you can, keep it fun and enjoy! From now until the  3rd April 2020 please use the resources already provided through on the Year Group webpages, keep up to date with our twitter feed and check your emails for any updates. Then ensure you have a restful Easter Holidays as you would normally. 


From the 20th April, we will be publishing more detail about home learning on our website, then we can be more specific about ideal items to cover.  


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

If you have any further questions, would like more support, or your child wishes to contact their class teacher then please use the contacts below:

(Please note: Our teachers are still working to provide provision for critical workers' children but will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible) 



Rec Oak - Mrs Mills

Rec Pear - Miss Haines

Year 1 Oak - Miss Farmer

Year 1 Pear- Miss Dean

Year 2 Oak - Miss Annese

Year 2 Pear- Mrs Atkinson

Year 3 Oak - Mrs Nickless

Year 3 Pear - Miss Malpass

Year 4 Oak - Mr Kane

Year 4 Pear- Mrs Boswell

Year 5 Oak - Mrs Masters

Year 5 Pear - Mr Bowring

Year 6 - Mrs Hackley


Resources and Activities to help support at home

Maths Activities

Reading and writing activities

25 ideas to do at home


Log on to FIRST NEWS which will take you to the schools page where you can have 6 free weeks on i-hub by giving your e-mail, school's name and postcode.


Here are some resources for parents and carers, specially designed for home learning. They are aimed at 7-14 year olds and include family-friendly activities and support for you when talking  to your child/children about VE Day and Remembrance.


April 9th 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19): school closures

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers


Please see link below for Worcestershire Help Page.

Let’s spread the word & get it out to everyone that needs help, or can offer it

For useful resources to support  prayer at this time please go the the catholic life page

Letters for Parents





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