We still have places available in our Nursery and Reception Classes! Please contact the office for further information. St Joseph's Nursery now offer full time places, additional hours and flexible provision. 

 

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Latest News Updates

REPORTING OF COVID CASES DURING THE EASTER HOLIDAYS - Monday 29th March 2021
 
For the purposes of contact tracing staff, students, parents and carers need only inform the education setting of a positive case if the symptoms develop within 2 days of being in their education setting or they have tested positive with a lateral flow device (LFD) test (and will subsequently need to book a confirmatory PCR test).
 
School are asked to assist in identifying close contacts and advising self-isolation, as the individual may have been infectious whilst in their education setting.
 
Therefore, if a child or staff member develops symptoms up to 2 days into the Easter holiday (Saturday 3rd April) school will need to be contacted so they can inform other parents or staff within the bubble to self-isolate as a precautionary measure until the pupil or staff's test result is back. School will then inform parents and staff again of the result. If it is positive then a 10 day isolation should take place and if it is negative the precautionary self-isolation will end. If symptoms develop after 2 days, you do not need to inform school.
 
In the instance of a positive result, staff, students, parents and carers should follow contact tracing instructions provided by NHS Test and Trace.
 
Where pupils need to self-isolate due to contact with a positive case during the holidays, settings do not need to be informed about this until the first day of the Summer term if this affects their attendance.

UPDATED GUIDANCE ON ATTENDING OUT OF SCHOOL SETTINGS - Monday 29th March 2021
 
Please follow the link below to read the updated guidance on the attendance of out of school clubs. Now that restrictions have eased from today (29th March) on outdoor sports, this will be useful to read. It includes updated information on after school clubs, holiday clubs, tuition, community activities and other out-of-school settings.
 
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-for-parents-and-carers-of-children-attending-out-of-school-settings-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak?utm_source=26%20March%202021%20C19&utm_medium=Daily%20Email%20C19&utm_campaign=DfE%20C19

TEST AND TRACE SUPPORT PAYMENTS - Monday 29th March 2021

Some parents and carers may be eligible for a one-off Test and Trace Support Payment of £500. This is payable in one lump sum from Doncaster Local Authority.

To be eligible for a Test and Trace Support Payment, you must:

be on a low income
be unable to work from home
be at risk of losing income as a result of self-isolating
be living in England
meet the eligibility criteria

To find out more please follow this link

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/test-and-trace-support-payment-scheme-claiming-financial-support/claiming-financial-support-under-the-test-and-trace-support-payment-scheme

MORE INFORMATION ON THE TEST AND TRACE SUPPORT PAYMENTS - Monday 29th March 2021
 
Applications from parents and guardians who need to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating
 
Eligible parents or guardians of children who have been advised to self-isolate by their education setting (even where they have not been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace) can also apply for the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme if they are on a low income, unable to work from home and need to take time off work to care for a child who is self-isolating. Parents and carers do not require an NHS Test and Trace Account ID number in order to claim and schools are not required to register all children asked to self-isolate with NHS Test and Trace in the same way as staff.
 
The scheme is open to eligible parents and carers of children aged 15 and under, and parents of young people aged 16 to 25 with an education health and care plan. Further information on how parents and guardians can claim financial support under the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme is available.
 
Schools should provide parents and carers of children advised to self-isolate with the template letter, detailing the child’s name and the dates of their isolation period. The parent or guardian will need to use this letter as supporting evidence as part of their application to their local authority for a payment from the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. Parents whose children are told to self-isolate by their school will not be able to apply for financial support without a letter.
 
When a parent or guardian applies to the Test and Trace Support Payment scheme because they need to care for a child who is self-isolating, their local authority will be required to contact their child’s school via phone or email to verify information about the child. This includes the child’s name, age and dates of self-isolation. This is a standard check against fraudulent claims, and may take place before or after a payment is made.

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Thank you

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Welcome to ST JOSEPH'S SCHOOL Website 

Hello and welcome to the St Joseph’s website. On behalf of everyone at our wonderful school, I would like to welcome you to our website where you will find information about upcoming events, class news, celebrations and lots more.

St Joseph’s school is a very special place, where children and adults unite together, learning in the light of Christ. The gospel values are central to everything we do, and we are very proud of the special ethos created in school. We believe that each individual should be free to grow in a loving and merciful school community, rooted in determination, courage and hard work. By the grace of God each person can be nurtured to fulfil their purpose.

St Joseph's is a single form entry school. We are part of the Hallam Schools' Partnership Academy Trust (HSPAT). Being part of the MAT provides us with a range of opportunities for collaboration and support. We also have a wonderful spacious nursery, where children can begin their time with us the term after their third birthday. We have high expectations of all members of our school community and we aim to foster a love of learning that children will take to secondary school and through to adult life.

 

If you have any questions about our school, please use the contact us link. Visits to our school are very warmly welcomed, please get in touch to arrange an appointment. 

 

With every good wish,

Natalie Kelly

Headteacher

 

St Joseph’s Mission Statement

Jesus said, "Do not be afraid."

At St Joseph's, our Mission is to allow everyone to develop to their full potential in the light of the teachings of Jesus Christ. We believe that each individual should be free to grow in a loving and merciful school community, rooted in determination, courage and hard work.

By the grace of God each person can be nurtured to fulfil their purpose. 

 

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School(a couple of years ago)

Hi Nichola, Please contact the school to find out more about admissions

Nichola smith(a couple of years ago)

Hi where do i get the forms to apply for my child a place at your school please

Liam Sheppard(a couple of years ago)

Hi I am trying to trace my cousins Mary, Patricia and Robin Cliffe who lived in Rossinton Doncaster in the late Fifties early sixties.. I would be grateful if you could provide me with any information regarding them and their present whereabouts. Regards Liam Sheppard

owen brady(a couple of years ago)

i used to go here anyone remember me?

Tracey Blunt(a couple of years ago)

Commented on 30th January - Hi, really like the new website, it's really informative.

Stuart Liversedge(a couple of years ago)

Commented on 26th January - Looking good, this is taking us forward to a place where our website can achieve much more and be interactive. Thank you

Paula Napier(a couple of years ago)

Commented on 30th January - Great new Web site. Easier to use. Could just do with your own app now to make it even easier!

Sandra Loxley-Burns(a couple of years ago)

Commented on 26th January - The new website is really good. Very informative and much more colourful and welcoming.

Mrs Kelly(a couple of years ago)

Thank you for visiting our new website. Please leave a comment on our website to let us know what you think of our new website and app. Thank you to everyone who has commented already. Unfortunately there has been a problem with the website guestbook, and the previous comments have not been published. This is now resolved.

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