Well done to Catie Lincoln, winner for the second time, of the Jess cup.

Welcome to Our Lady and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School



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Mission Statement

As a Catholic School we value the special identity that God’s love has created in each of us.

The Gospel inspired values of trust, honesty, self respect, self discipline and forgiveness are at the heart of our everyday loving and caring for one another.

All our curriculum activity reflects these principles as we search faithfully for excellence.

Together with parents, families, the church and the community, we encourage each individual to develop their God given talents and skills and realise their unique potential.

At Our Lady and St Joseph's we believe that every child is special and has God given talents and skills. 

 We provide a Catholic education promoting the academic, physical, spiritual and social development of each child. We aim to teach what each child needs, regardless of their age, sex or ability and to provide a happy, healthy and secure environment for your child to enjoy. We seek to be a community which complements the home and the parish in attempting to live out the values of the Gospel.

We also welcome children of families who are not Catholic but seeking a Christian environment for their child. We would be pleased to have the opportunity to show prospective parents around our school when the atmosphere and ethos can be experienced at first hand. 

We welcome this as an opportunity to explain our aims and to be able to answer any questions that you may have. 


We have no vacancies at present.

Class News

Goodbye Mr Sparkes

Mrs McLaughlin (Headteacher) on: Class News

We say goodbye to Mr Sparkes on 24th March. We thank him for all his hard work in school and wish him all the best for the future.


VEX Robotics Finals - Congratulations!

Mrs McLaughlin (Headteacher) on: Class News

Huge congratulations to:  Jessica Jackson, Shane Kelly, Agata Kleba, Honey Probert, Bailey Rhodes, Carter Thomson and Brayden Turner who attended the VEX Robotics finals at Birmingham NEC yesterday. Our school came 21st out of 40 finalists, most of these being from comprehensive schools.


St Pius Movement Evening - Well Done Year 3 Team!

Mrs McLaughlin (Headteacher) on: Class News

Congratulations to our Year 3 children who performed a fabulous routine at St Pius on Tuesday evening: Brodie Bell, Jessica Cowdell, Favour Durojaye, Lilli Grace Freeman, Orlaith Hudson, Maisy Probert, Liam Stone, Jasmine Swann,  Atlanta Vardy, Grace Wilson  and Lilia Yeardley.


Well Done Year 6 High 5 Team!

Mrs McLaughlin (Headteacher) on: Class News

Congratulations to our Year 6 team who won the High 5 Competition at St Pius on Tuesday (2nd February). The following children will represent the St Pius Learning Community at the finals: Captain Agata Kleba, Honey Probert, Amy Stone, Edward Parkin, Emily Finch, Harley Whitehouse, Hannah Musa, Daisy Smith, Caitlin Harrison, Jakub Armusiewicz and Alisha Kajakere.


Well Done to our Vex IQ Robot Challengers!

Mrs McLaughlin (Headteacher) on: Class News

We are so proud of the two teams that went to the Vex IQ robot challenge on Tuesday 26th: Shane Kelly, Jessica Jackson, Braden Turner, Bailey Rhodes, Carter Thomson, Honey Probert and Agata Kleba.  The day event was held at Wath Comprehensive where other secondary school teams had assembled from all over the Yorkshire region, It was a tense competition and our school were always in the top 5 and after 25 matches only lost by 1 point. The judges from VEX IQ were very impressed not just by their achievement in just missing out on the final in Birmingham, but also by the way in which they interacted with the other teams who were mostly 4 years older than them!



Latest School Calendar Events

Dinner Money Payments to Reach School Office on Monday Morning02May2016

@ School Office

It would be helpful if you could support the office staff by ensuring that on Monday morning your child’s dinner money is sent in a named envelope and given to your child to hand in to their teacher. Any change will be sent back to your child on the same day. Please avoid calling into the office to pay dinner/trip money so that anything that needs immediate attention can be dealt with. The current cost of a school dinner is £2 per day (£10 for the week).

Wath Festival 29th Apr - 2nd May02May2016

@ Wath

This year the Wath Festival runs from 29th Apr to 2nd May. Look out for our dance on the morning of the 30th (see separate calendar entry)!

First Communion Candidates - Sacrament of Reconciliation03May2016

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm @ St Joseph's Catholic Church - Wath

First Communion Candidates - Sacrament of Reconciliation at church Tuesday 3rd May 7pm.

Year 4 Children Swimming Programme Today04May2016

@ Wath Leisure Centre

Year 4 Children Swimming Programme Today

Toddler Group 9:00 to 10:30am04May2016

9:00 am - 10:30 am @ School

Toddler Group 9:00 to 10:30am

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