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St Joseph's Open Day 2016
St Joseph's P.S Carryduff
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In St Joseph's Primary School we strive to ensure the holistic development of the children in our care. The staff work together to provide a happy, stimulating and secure environment in which we endeavour to meet each child's needs. Within this caring environment we seek to develop the children's spiritual awareness.
This spiritual development is secured through the delivery of a well-structured religious education programme and also, through the range of experiences offered to the children during their time in St Joseph's.
The children are encouraged to achieve high standards in their academic work and we are justifiably proud of their achievements in this aspect of their education. Experienced and well-qualified staff members are on hand to provide assistance to any child who is experiencing difficulty with his/her learning.
We are fully committed to the inclusion of children with Special Educational Needs and we value the contribution they make to our school life.
Catherine’s mum came to show us how to wash our hands properly.
The Belfast Giants made a welcome return to St Joseph’s on Wednesday.
The children in Mrs McKenna’s P3 class were so excited to see their former Nursery teacher, Mrs G...
Friday was a special day for all our staff.
Exciting fundraising news - the PFA have signed up to www.thegivingmachine.co.uk - just in time for Christmas shopping!
Well done to some members of the eco-committee who gave a wonderful presentation to the Key stage One and Two children on our upcoming Winter Active Travel events; Ditch the Dark Day (Friday 2nd December) and Cycle/Scoot to Santa ( 5th-21st December).
In support of Road Safety Week, McDonald’s on the Saintfield Road provided pupils at St Joseph’s with light reflectors for their school bags.
Well done to the children and adults who joined our Walking Bus or made their own active journey to school during ‘Walk to School Week’ at the end of the Autumn term.
Well done to our P6 girls’ and boys’ teams who were unbeaten in the first round of the P6 Olympic Handball League.