September may seem some time away as Spring is upon us here is beautiful Cornwall, but here at St Joseph’s we are already thinking of the new cohorts for Year 7 and Reception and how we can help all new pupils settle in when they start their St Joseph’s Journey. Contact us today to discuss your child joining us in September. Call us on 01566 772580 or email email@example.com
Welcome to the excellent Pre-Prep Department, where our children are provided with the best start to their school life.Find out more >
The Junior School develops confident, hardworking pupils who have both high self-esteem and a passion for learning.Find out more >
Our pupils are well-mannered, enthusiastic and motivated, and are encouraged to become confident, independent learners.Find out more >
Places are available for September 2020 entry. Contact us today to start the application process.Find out more >
We're a highly successful, non-denominational, non-selective private day school in the South West of England; we combine a broad, challenging and high-quality education with excellent pastoral care and extra-curricular opportunity. As a result, we take great pride in our young people and what we help them to achieve, and they develop into confident, well-mannered and responsible individuals who respect others, the school and their environment.
We welcome boys and girls from age 4 to 16, going from reception class through the junior school and into the senior school.
We measure the success of what we do not just in academic achievement - although results in the junior school and GCSE results are well above national averages - but in the atmosphere we foster, the care we take of each child and the opportunities we extend to all. Our aim is to educate the pupil in the broadest sense, offering a firm foundation for life, a challenging but safe environment and a strong community spirit.
Owing to the need for social distancing Covid 19 has brought, St Joseph’s school is now spread across Devon and Cornwall, from Dartmoor to Duloe, Looe to Liskeard and Bude to Bodmin. Pupils are working from home on lessons set by or teaching staff, and we are gearing up for online learning and all the possibilities this brings.
Parents are encouraged to contact teachers regularly throughout this time, and Mr Scott and the St Jo’s team will be in regular communication with parents and pupils throughout this time. We are maintaining our weekly newsletter, and encourage contributions from parents and pupils showing us what the children of St Jo’s are up to on a daily and weekly basis.
Please do contact firstname.lastname@example.org if your question is about joining St Jo’s when things return to normal. Alternatively, Mr Scott can be contacted with an email to email@example.com.
We will return to teaching as normal as soon as we possibly can. We miss every child who should be coming to school each morning, and look forward to being together again soon.
In this difficult time do look after one another, listen to and act on the advice given and we will then all do our bit for the good of everyone – particularly the most vulnerable.