St. Joseph's Catholic College

A Welcome from the Principal

Welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic College. When speaking to prospective parents I usually start with the question what do we want for our children? Our answer in St Joseph’s is that we want them to be happy and we want them to achieve to their full potential. Our aim is to provide a caring and supportive environment in which each individual can progress academically, spiritually and culturally.

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Dates for your Diary

  • Year 11 Prom +

    Friday, 23rd June Read More
  • Staff training day (5) +

    Monday, 26th June Read More
  • Uniform pop-up shop +

    Our next uniform pop-up shop is taking place Tuesday 27th June, 3:30pm - 6:00pm Read More
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Warm weather

Due to the recent hot weather, blazers do not need to be worn in College and can be left at home.

This will be reviewed weekly so please ensure you are checking the website regularly for updates.

St. Joseph’s athletes crowned County Champions!

Congratulations to Joseph and Teresa who were crowned Wiltshire champions on Saturday 10th June.  Joseph won his event and goes on to represent the county at the 300m.  Teresa won one event and came second in her other and has been selected for both the 100m and 200m.  Both students will now represent Wiltshire at the South West Championships, held in Exeter on Saturday 17th June.  Good luck to both of them!


First Aid

The College has a legal requirement under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, to provide first aid in the workplace. Therefore, our qualified First Aid staff can provide initial help or treatment of a sudden illness or injury until the parent is able to collect and seek treatment with their local doctor.

Our Medical Officer is one of the First Aid team and is not a qualified nurse. Therefore, if your child has been unwell or had a minor accident/incident the day before, advice should be sought at your GP surgery or walk in centre and not sent to college the next day to see Medical Officer. The same applies if your child has been vomiting, had diarrhoea or had a fever, they should not be sent to school until they have been symptom free for 24 hours.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the college.

Please click here to view the letter sent out to parents.

College Closure Status

The College is currently open,

Please click here for the College closure procedure.

Free School Meals

Claiming for free school meals (FSM) means that the College can also get up to £900 of additional funding per child for uniform, equipment and educational trips, all items your child will benefit from. Our card payment system also makes being on FSM discrete and anonymous. We are all living through challenging times financially so if you think your circumstances make your child eligible for FSM please apply using the form below or call 01793 714201.

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