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St Joseph`s Primary School
North Campbell Drive, G62 7AA, UK Milngavie
+44 (0)141-956 1600


Welcome to St. Joseph's Primary School

School Picture

A very warm welcome to our new Website. We hope you find the contents useful and informative. We will be continually working to update details and add new information as a means of ensuring a high quality source of reference about our school.
In St. Joseph’s Primary, we make every effort to communicate clearly and on a regular basis with all members of our school community. Good communication is a two-way process; therefore we encourage you to comment on and raise issues of importance as well as to ask for more information on specific subjects.


You may contact the school using the details below.


Or you could call in to say ‘Hello!’ and have a look around!

We hope to see you soon!


Anne Friel, Head Teacher.

School Aims

The aims of St. Joseph’s Primary School are: 

1.  To develop the Catholic Faith within each child in a caring and Christian  environment.

2.  To create a happy, secure and disciplined learning environment, which will enable children to learn according to their age, aptitude and ability.

3.  To nurture a positive self image and encourage opportunities for the growth of personal integrity and co-operation.

4.  To develop in all pupils a positive attitude towards their environment, contributing to the wider community in a responsible and caring way.

5.  To provide a curriculum which will lead pupils to understand and respect the values of other cultures.

6.  To provide within a broad and balanced curriculum, rich and rewarding experiences which will allow children to develop their skills creatively. 

7.  To develop meaningful partnership with parents and strengthen the link between school, home and parish.

8.  To encourage the efficient and effective management of staff, resources and time. 

9.  To ensure the provision of equal opportunities for all.


Mission Statement

All members of staff in St. Joseph's Primary School identify with the following mission statement.

We aim to offer education of the highest quality by providing an appropriate curriculum in a caring and positive environment, which develops the full potential of all children, allowing each individual to develop socially, academically, spiritually and emotionally enabling all pupils to contribute positively to their community by promoting co-operation, consideration, equality and respect for all.

School Information

St. Joseph’s is a denominational, co-educational Primary School which caters in the first instance for boys and girls of the Roman Catholic faith. Pupils of all denominations are welcome in St. Joseph’s. The present roll is 129 and we are delighted to report that over the course of the past three Sessions, our roll has stabilised.


We have a well-deserved reputation for being a very caring and supportive community. Our reputation is very important to us and we strive continually to maintain this through involvement in local and global initiatives to improve the lives of our less fortunate brothers and sisters.


We are committed to sharing information about all aspects of school life with parents and the wider community.

School Uniform

St. Joseph’s Primary strongly encourages the wearing of school uniform.  This encouragement is given under clear guidance issued by East Dunbartonshire Council. (Refer to School Handbook for further details).  

The current St. Josephs Primary Dress Code was devised after exhaustive consultation involving the Pupil Council, pupils, parents, and staff.

The uniform of St. Joseph’s Primary School comprises:


navy skirt/pinafore,

navy sweatshirt or cardigan,

blue shirt and a school tie / blue polo shirt with the school logo,

navy trousers may be worn between November and March.


navy trousers,

navy sweatshirt,

blue shirt and a school tie / blue polo shirt with the school logo,

grey trousers. 


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