A message from the Principals………..

At St. Joseph’s we foster a caring, compassionate and inclusive environment through the strength of the relationships we build with our pupils, parents and wider community. We want the children to actively engage in their learning so that it becomes a life-long journey. We strongly believe that happy children learn and aim to develop their curiosity through a broad and balanced curriculum.

By living and breathing our school values of Belonging, Caring, Teamwork, Respect and Enjoyment; we believe that your children will flourish! At St Joseph’s they will be valued and nurtured as individuals.

On our Section 48 inspection in 2016 the school was judged to be outstanding in every category. The Lead Inspector said…………..

“Pupils evaluate their personal behaviour in light of gospel values and discuss moral decisions of right and wrong in their personal lives”

Everyone in our school community is expected to maintain high expectations of themselves and others so that we can all succeed together socially, academically, creatively and in sport.

If you want your child to be nurtured in a small school in which every child is known by name, you will be welcomed into the St Joseph’s family!

Kay Millership

Academy Principal

Chris Wright

Executive Principal

School news

Food for Thought

Proving that celebrations are not exclusively for the Christmas season, St. Joseph’s kicked off 2019 with an assembly celebrating the inspiring work of the Thanet Churches Open Christmas Project. Neil and Heather from St. Paul’s Church Cliftonville gave a talk to our pupils about the project which has been running in Thanet since 1997 and ...

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The Holy Land lands at St. Joseph’s

The beauty and mystery of the Holy Land came to life at St. Joseph’s last term with the donation of a large scale photographic panorama of Jerusalem donated by Mr. and Mrs. Kmiec, who are parents at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Kmiec travelled to the Holy Land last year and were so moved by ...

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Father Christmas visit’s St. Joseph’s

Christmas came early to St. Joseph’s last week when Father Christmas popped in with a sack full of presents for every pupil.  Ably assisted on his rounds by Mrs. Christmas, Father Christmas visited every class and listened to wish lists galore with the traditional admonition to be good!  The visit coincided with the annual St. ...

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Panto drawing competition winners

Imogen and Rio from St. Joseph’s were celebrating this week after an early Christmas windfall came their way in the shape of first and second place respectively in the Margate Operatic Society’s Pantomime drawing competition for Schools. Imogen and Rio’s entries to the competition were made as a result of watching the Society’s production of ...

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St. Joseph’s Sports Round-Up

A successful year of sport was brought to a close with a last flurry of sporting competitions.  Led from the front as always by the Machiavellian strategist and peerless motivator Mr. Jones, teams from St. Joseph’s participated in the Thanet Passport Scheme’s organised dodgeball, basketball and school hall athletics competitions. After a busy year of ...

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Professor Palmer takes a Coding Masterclass

In a classic case of poacher turned gamekeeper, Gracie from Year 4 at St. Joseph’s became teacher for the morning when she gave the pupils at Wellesley House a lesson on Morse Code. Under the guiding hand of John Hislop from the Monkton Stargazers, Gracie gave a talk and practical demonstration of Morse Code to ...

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St. Joseph’s gets an Outstanding ‘Inn-Spection’!!

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Aladdin Panto

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St. Joseph’s celebrate a Hat Trick

The St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School netball team was celebrating this week after winning The Thanet Passport Netball Cup for a record breaking third consecutive year. With the pressure of retaining the double crown on such young shoulders, the seven strong team from drawn from Years 5 and 6 showed a fine grasp of netballing ...

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School Services

A number of the services that we provide to our children and parents

School day

Find out what happens in a regular St Joseph's day.


Morning and after school clubs

St Joseph's hosts morning and after school clubs for pupils each day.


School meals

Pupils in foundation and KS1 are entitled to free school meals. The cost of a meal from 4th September 2018 is £2.20 per day for children from Year 3 to Year 6. You can also download this term's menu.


Sports and clubs

St Joseph's operates a wide range of cross-curricular clubs for your children to enjoy.

Walking bus

With help from our parents, we run a walking bus to school each Wednesday.


St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
St Peter’s Park Road
CT10 2BA


Tel / Fax: 01843 861738
Email: office@st-josephs-broadstairs.kent.sch.uk


Kent Catholic Schools Partnership
Website: kcsp.org.uk
Telephone: 01622 232662

Executive Principal
Mr Chris Wright

Academy Principal
Mrs Kay Millership

Chair of Governors
Mrs Ann Yandell

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