St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in St. Peter’s Park Road, Broadstairs CT10 2BA, is a one form entry school
of around 210 pupils which became an academy within the Kent Catholic schools partnership in March 2014. All
aspects of school life are underpinned by the Gospel values with respect and value of the individual at the core of
our mission statement.
Housed in a beautiful building founded by The Sisters of Charity in 1906. The link with the nuns, who travelled from
Belgium to deliver education to the disadvantaged and with it a strong message of inclusivity, is mirrored in the
school's policies and classroom practices. St Joseph’s is a family school which always strives to maintain the
highest standards of teaching and learning for all its pupils.
With a very supportive and pro-active governing body which ensures a strong management team with a clear
shared vision of school progression and improvement. You are invited to look at the school's last Ofsted from
February 2017 and Section 48 Report of October 2016 to gauge its achievements and successes.
St Joseph's Primary School is a member of the Kent Catholic Schools Partnership which works collaboratively to
offer the best education for the children attending the schools in this academy trust. For more details on the KCSP
go to http://www.kcsp.org.uk/
If you wish to contact St Joseph's Primary School please email: email@example.com
or by telephone on 01843 861738.
Values and Ethos
We believe in a whole school community working together within a
Catholic ethos. St Joseph’s offers high academic standards, underpinned
by a central emphasis on RE and worship. We are an inclusive school
recognising the needs of the individual. Our aim is for School, Parish
and Home to work together as one unit in order for our children to
reach their full potential both spiritually and academically. At St
Joseph’s we show respect for each other and draw inspiration from the
Gospel values; forgiveness, reconciliation, trust and freedom are
integral to daily life. We are a communion of people gathered in the
embrace of the Catholic Church. The history of salvation is around the
group not the individual and so it is the school as a community that
lives out the Gospel values in this way