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St.Joseph's RC Junior School,
Riversley Park,
Coton Road,
CV11 5TY

Tel: 02476383807
Fax: 02476371414
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Headteacher's Welcome
Welcome to St. Joseph’s Catholic Junior School!

At St. Joseph’s, we believe that every child should be enabled to achieve their unique human potential. All staff, working in partnership with children, parents and the parish, strive to ensure the best possible education for each child. We strive to have a very creative, dynamic approach to learning and we aim to make learning an experience which will stay with children long after they leave St. Joseph's. At St. Joseph’s, we know that the experiences children have with us will shape their future as a learner and as a person.

The staff and governors are motivated by what they know to be right for the children at St. Joseph’s. We know and value each unique child and design a curriculum that meets individual needs. Knowing that children thrive when they are challenged and encouraged to meet new goals, we always have high expectations and foster in all children a belief that they can succeed- this is part of the reason the children at St. Joseph’s make great progress!

We are always looking for ways to embrace new technology and find exciting ways for children to learn. Children at St. Joseph’s are not confined to working in books in the classroom! We ensure that our curriculum provides opportunities to learn in a variety of settings, using a range of resources that excite and inspire! An excellent example of this is the free access children have to use of iPads. 
As a Catholic school, it is our mission to enable children to be the person God intends them to be. As children of God, we recognise the right of every child to experience an outstanding education and to achieve academic excellence, from their individual starting point. We also enable every child to grow and mature in a loving relationship with God, developing spiritually and in their faith.
Mrs Smith
"Do not be afraid. Do not be satisfied with mediocrity. Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.”   Pope John Paul II