St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Alstonville


Welcome and thank you for considering St Joseph’s Alstonville for your child’s education. At this school we provide a diverse environment in which children are encouraged to participate, discover their potential and meet challenges. All staff and parents work together in partnership to ensure our school can provide a contemporary learning journey for your child.
 

At St Joseph’s Alstonville we look to discover the potential within each of us. In addition, we strive to maintain a caring community:

  • a community where individuals are valued for their unique gifts and for the contributions they make.
  • a place where children and adults alike are free to express their views, entitled to feel safe and have fun into the bargain.
  • a place where many opportunities are offered.
Learning is the key focus at this school. Your child’s success at school, and happiness while here, are our core businesses.  These core businesses, your child’s success and happiness, are approached in a spirit of partnership between home and school. Together we make a difference. 
 
As Principal of St Joseph’s Alstonville I know you will enjoy being part of this community. I am available at any time to discuss questions you may have about starting out on the school journey with your child. We can organise a time to meet and show you our terrific school.

Therese Seymour
 
Principal

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