2018 Ofsted Inspection
- "Pupils told me that they really enjoy coming to school. They said that they feel part of a large and happy family. Your pupils are keenly aware of the diversity of the school and the community it serves. They relish this. They spoke with animation about how much they learn from each other. They said that staff treat them with care, shaping their teaching and support to their needs and aspirations. They appreciate the efforts that staff make to keep them safe, happy and learning. Pupils described what the school has done to help them know how to keep themselves and others safe in a range of situations, including when online. They talked about acts of worship and visiting speakers, as well as lessons, as times when they discuss and explore how to keep safe, confident and secure."
- "Pupils want to do well. They like learning and talking about their work. They are proud of what they do and the way the school cares for and challenges them. Their behaviour in class is very good because they know the routines, show concern for others and want to learn. They are proud of their school."
2018 RE Inspection (Section 48)
- "St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Hunslet, is a highly effective school in providing and retaining an outstanding standard of Catholic Education for all pupils."
- Pupil behaviour is outstanding because almost all pupils are interested in, visibly enjoy and actively participate in the outstanding Catholic Life, Religious Education and Collective Worship opportunities which St. Joseph’s School provides. St Joseph’s is a very welcoming, inclusive school with a strong Catholic ethos and family feeling of belonging. It enjoys celebrating the cultural diversity and successes of all the pupils whom it serves.
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