My name is Lisa Sumpter and it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the St Joseph’s and St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School.
Our aim is to give every child coming through our doors at St Joseph’s & St Gregory’s an education they enjoy, which prepares them for academic success and happy, fulfilling lives, now and in the future.
We successfully combine a well-resourced, nurturing environment with the challenge of high aspiration - all that is the hallmark of excellent Catholic education.
Please get in touch if you would like to find out more and arrange a visit to the school. I very much look forward to meeting you and your children.
Our 32 children, who recently celebrated their First Holy Communion this year, participated in a school Mass of thanksgiving recently. Well done everyone. https://t.co/mZIotT30Y0
We are taking bookings for Dad's to come and share breakfast and lunch with their child at school on Monday 17th June in celebration of Father's Day. Do come along #InHonourOfDads #FathersDay https://t.co/QdbpyC0Rjm
To parents and students, please be aware of this in terms of planning your journey time to school. https://t.co/820En96HzT
Congratulations to students whose poem is being published shortly in the Young Writer's Anthology #talentforwriting #literacy #brilliantachievement https://t.co/n8dQWLtqKS
The children are currently enjoying a wonderful start to the swimming season in our fantastic pool. Here, Year 2 are learning how to swim with floats. https://t.co/PPSjZh0ZRV
Reception children had a wonderful time watching the story "Fatou Fetch the Water" come alive in class with the help of playleaders! The children explored the book about a little girl who lives in a village in Gambia. #FatouFetchTheWater #Gambia #EYFS https://t.co/w9q6zE6fkz
RT @BedsLibraries: We have had a fantastic week of crafts at the Central Library. If you've not been in, why not!? Fear not, the fun contin...
RT @royalacademy: If you know a budding young artist, let them know about the Young Artist's Summer Show – a new opportunity for students a...
The whole school took part in acting out Holy Week on Friday, reminding us why we celebrate Easter. Each year group performed a different part of the story from Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion, ending in the joy of the Resurrection. A very fitting end to our term. https://t.co/yoC95AWUZR
Year 1 are enjoying being young masters and mistresses in 1666 London. They are learning a number of trades to see which job they would like to do. In the afternoon they had a chance to dig through the charred remains of London to see what they could find. #handsonhistory https://t.co/raMWgdBNpw