Parent Information & FAQs Re-Opening

The school app has been updated. You may not be able to zoom in on some devices. In order to zoom please click the arrow in the top corner (when on the image) this will then take you to the website version. Many thanks. Pupils should not be bringing anything into school. If there is … Read more

New Dates for Year Group Re-Opening 2

MISTAKE CORRECTED Following the Wrexham County Borough Council decision to open schools for 3 weeks only. Year groups will now be in on the following days (changes are underlined): Year 10: 29th & 30th June; 13th July ONLY Year 9: 2nd & 3rd July; 16th July ONLY Year 8: 6th & 7th July;  14th July … Read more

Important Information & Letter from Wrexham County Borough Council

Please see the contents of the letter below. As a school, we are disappointed with this extremely late change,  and furthermore to the planning we had already undertaken. All staff at St. Joseph’s were ready for the re-opening on the 29th and were expecting the school to remain open until Friday 24th July 2020. Today … Read more

Brief Update on Re-Opening

Dear Parents / Carers, Many thanks, to you for responding to the recent questionnaires. Over 530 families have responded, and this has allowed us to make plans which ensure we can safely operate within the restrictions that have been placed on schools by Welsh Government. We will be opening on the 29th June 2020 for … Read more

Re-Opening of School

Re-Opening of School – Questionnaire for Parents/CarersOn 3 June 2020, the Minister for Education announced that schools will partially re-open on Monday 29 June for four weeks until 27 July.  In order to make the necessary arrangements for this, we need to know how many pupils will be attending school during this period and how they … Read more

Education Minister Announcement RE: Opening of Schools

Dear Parents / Carers, I hope you and your families are keeping well! Today, the Education Minister in Wales has announced that schools will be “re-opening on 29th June for check-in & catch-up”. During her announcement she made it clear that this will be for “no more than a third of children at any one … Read more