Message from the Principal
St Joseph’s School provides a co-educational faith-based Catholic education to students from Prep to Year 6. Our mission at St Joseph's is to develop lifelong learners by providing a future-focused education based on Gospel values. As a community of parents, students and staff, we will do this through celebrating our Catholic tradition, respecting and caring for each other,... read more»
Teaching and learning at St Joseph’s is based on maximising learning within a quality teaching and learning environment. read more...
At St Joseph’s we will bring our vision alive by working together as a welcoming community which reflects Franciscan values and traditions.
We celebrate and value the gifts and talents of all students, parents and staff.
We strive to provide an inclusive and rich learning environment which gives opportunities and experiences to all students.
We believe that God has given us the... read more»
Applications for enrolment across all year levels are welcome at any point during the year.
Our play based Prep Program provides a quality learning and teaching program in a caring Catholic community. read more»
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National Simultaneous Story Time: At 10.15am yester day, our school community came together to celebrate our love of reading and literacy as we shared and listened to the story of “I Got This Hat”. Our students came along with their own original and beautifully crafted hats to enjoy and promote books and Australian authors. Our Year 6 leaders helped share this story as they wore the many different hats explored through the text. Thank you so much to Mrs Gardiner, our Teacher Librarian, who organised this fun and enjoyable event.
This week, across the state, we celebrate Under 8’s week. The theme for this year is, “Early Learning, Everyone Benefits”. This is certainly evident as you walk around our school. On Monday, I had the privilege of witnessing our Year 6 leaders in action as they Collaborated to design, set-up and facilitate a Perceptual Motor Program for our younger students during the lunch break. It was fantastic to see so many of our younger students having fun and Taking Risks as they balanced, hopped, rolled and enjoyed the equipment on the Tennis Courts as they developed their gross motor skills.
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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Bardon
41 The Drive, Bardon, 4065
Telephone: (07) 3369 3020
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Absentee Line: 07 3876 3701
PO Box 2202, Ashgrove West QLD 4060