St. Joseph's Primary School is a community of hope where self-esteem and individuality are nurtured in a safe, supportive and stimulating environment reinforcing Gospel values.
St. Joseph's strives to be a community where:
Children can develop their relationship with God and others and be treated with dignity and respect.
Parents, children and staff work co-operatively to provide a safe and supportive environment.
Children are engaged in a stimulating learning environment which nurtures individual achievement.
Children are becoming aware of their role as peace-makers and witnesses to the gospel message in our society.
St. Joseph's endeavors to educate students who are:
Hope-filled, gracious and joyful through having a committed relationship with Jesus.
Passionate and inspired learners aiming to be the best they can be throughout their life.
Able to demonstrate initiative and are self-motivated in gaining life skills.
Respectful of all life self, others and the environment.
Able to approach life with enthusiasm, confidence and resilience.
Self-disciplined with a sense of justice, knowing that they make a difference.
We believe that children can develop their relationship with God and others and be treated with dignity and respect, therefore we are committed to:
A Religious Education Program which meets the faith development of all of our students.
Fostering respect for and an acceptance of the difference in each other.
Fostering respect towards others, their belongings and the environment.
We believe that parents, children and staff work co-operatively to provide a safe and supportive environment, therefore we are committed to:
Providing pastoral care and support for students and their families.
Providing open communication and interaction between school and home.
Creating a welcoming atmosphere and caring attitude towards all.
We believe that children should be engaged in a stimulating learning environment which nurtures individual achievement, therefore we are committed to:
Providing a balanced school program which allows each individual to reach their full potential and develop a sense of achievement, fulfillment and purpose.
Continually reassessing innovative programs for improvement of curriculum.
Celebrating and encouraging the achievement and effort of each individual.
We believe that children are becoming aware of their role as peace-makers and witnesses to the gospel message in our society, therefore we are committed to:
Fostering a sense of belonging to the Catholic Community by taking part in Liturgical Celebrations, Sacramental Programs and Prayer.
Supporting a range of charities and welfare groups by our prayers, paraliturgies and financial contributions.