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St Joseph`s Primary School
Oliphant Crescent, Busby, G76 8PT, UK Clarkston
+44 (0)141-644 1909

St. Joseph's Primary 

In St. Joseph's, we aim to ensure that every child  is supported in achieving their full potential.  

We appreciate that we share this task with parents and look forward to developing that  partnership in the years ahead. 

If there is any matter you wish more information on, please do not hesitate to contact the school directly.    

Carlyn Hill  -  Head Teacher  



Within the atmosphere and ethos of a Catholic school we aim to enter into a genuine partnership with parents, church and the wider community in order to:

>nurture an awareness of Christian morality, encourage  good relationships and caring attitudes
>promote positive attitudes so that each child enjoys learning and draws maximum benefit from the experience
>develop a stimulating and rewarding learning experience where independent learning is promoted and the needs of individual pupils are met
>support intellectual, social, physical, and emotional development
>maintain a safe, caring and well-resourced environment
>provide a professional education service which enjoys the confidence of parents and the support of the Authority.


Our uniform consists of

  • blue shirt / blouse
  • grey trousers / skirt
  • school tie
  • grey pullover / cardigan

Gym Kit consists of pale blue t-shirt, navy shorts and black gym shoes.

Through the P.T.A. parents can order school fleeces, rainjackets, hats, sweatshirts poloshirts and blue t-shirts.

please note that we discourage the wearing of football colours


The Primary Curriculum

 We offer our pupils an extensive curriculum supported by Authority and National guidelines to develop and promote the skills which are necessary for life. Although the strands above are illustrated individually, they are in fact inter-related. 

Within this broad and varied curriculum, we strive to provide equal opportunities for all of our children regardless of ability, gender or race.
Multicultural and Anti-Racist education are integral elements of all programmes of work.

Every aspect of the curriculum is very carefully planned by the teacher and this planning is closely monitored by promoted staff to support class teachers and ensure consistency with school, Authority and National guidelines. Teachers plan together in the long, medium and short term so parents can be assured that the content of educational programmes is similar in each class at a particular stage and across composite classes where they exist. 

A structured communication system exists to ensure a similar level of progression and cohesion between pre-five, primary and secondary education.

5-14 National Guidlines

These government guidelines suggest outcomes, levels of attainment and targets within each curricular area and provide advice to schools with regard to recording progress, assessment, reporting to parents etc. on pupil progress from P1 - S2.  The integration of these National Guidelines is part of a planned development in schools and the advice given provides the basis of Authority and school policies.

English Language
Environmental Studies
Expressive Arts
Modern Language
Information and Communication Technology
Religious and Moral Education
Personal and Social Education

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