Goodbye…Thank You…Happy Holidays!

Another school year comes to an end, and a memorable one at that!

I can honestly say that I have never enjoyed such an exciting and fun-filled year; a year full of so many successes and achievements. Of course, such success and achievement does not simply ‘happen’, it is reward for hard work, commitment and inspiration…all of which are clearly evident in abundance at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School on a daily basis. Thank you to all concerned for their incredible dedication to our children throughout the course of this year. 

As always, it goes without saying (although it needs to be said!) that we thank you, our parents, for your continued support as we as strive to provide our children with the best possible educational experiences on a daily basis; such support is one of those features that makes St. Joseph’s such a special place/community.

The end of a school year always brings ‘goodbyes’, particularly to our boys and girls in Year 6! They have been a truly wonderful group of children (and yes…I am slightly biased!) and we thank them all for their marvellous contribution to our school community during their time with us; we wish them all the very best for the future; continue to shine!

We also say goodbye to several members of staff who are moving onto pastures new; we wish Miss Saha, Mrs Cook and Miss Axon all the very best and thank them for their invaluable contribution to our school community during their time with us.

Finally, on behalf of all of the members of staff at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, I would like to thank you all for your incredible generosity in terms of the thanks, cards and gifts that have been received during the last few days. We are blessed to have such an appreciative parent body; with your continued support our school will continue to thrive and be a place of love and learning, where every child achieves to their full potential as part of a fully inclusive community based on gospel values.

Have a wonderful summer, everyone!

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