St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Cockermouth
St Joseph’s community is very much a family as embodied in our school motto ‘Truly, Friendly, Caring.’ I believe that children cannot learn, achieve and progress unless they feel happy and safe in their environment. With everyone in school living our motto, respecting each other and the environment St Joseph’s is a welcoming, happy, safe place to be.
With this atmosphere of mutual respect, we believe teachers can deliver good quality teaching and provide exciting opportunities for our children. We find our children are prepared to have a go and are keen to achieve their best; for themselves, their family, their teacher and their school. This allows for an all-round development of the whole child. We believe we have a duty to educate children for life, not just the rigours of a secondary school education.
If you would like to come and see St Joseph’s, please contact the office to arrange a mutually convenient time to visit. We are happy to show you around our school and answer any questions you may have.
Who to contact
Where to go
- St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Cockermouth
- CA13 0DG
We are committed to providing access for pupils with any Special Educational Needs to be balanced and broadly based curriculum including the National Curriculum. Within each classroom each child’s needs will be, through a differentiated curriculum, in line with our Mission Statement.
Pupils who are on the Special Needs Code of Practice, and are identified as School Action or are in receipt of statutory or non-statutory funding, may be withdrawn to work with our Special Teaching Assistant. This extra help will be according to Individual Action Plans or work from Literacy or Numeracy ‘catch-up’ programmes.A copy of our policy for Special Educational Needs is available in the school and is displayed on the Parent’s Information Notice Board.
- Contact Name
- Mrs Andrea Worthington
- Contact Telephone
- 01900 829859
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (5-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)