As a Catholic school, we take our responsibility to put Christ at the centre of how we live and learn very seriously. We work in partnership with our priest, Father Raphael, parents and carers and the parishioners of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church to live out our Mission Statement.
We are a part of the Liverpool Archdiocese and currently follow the “ Come and See Programme”.
We have daily prayers and acts of Collective Worship which bind us as a community and help our spiritual growth. The wider community is welcomed to participate Collective Worship assemblies and Mass each half term. Our school and classroom environment pay testimony to the importance we place on celebrating God, and the world around us and our responsibilities to look after all within it.
The Catholic values which we promote are delivered through all the subjects and are the foundation and support in how we teach specific topics such as Relationship and Sexual Education. This is taught in an age appropriate manner in each year group, using the resource, “Journey In Love,” which is recommended by the Archdiocese.
Our responsibility to try and support the most vulnerable members of society is something that we recognise in our fund-raising, prayers and curriculum time.