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Every year schools and academies are required to review their admission arrangements. The aim is to ensure that the arrangements continue to be appropriate, and that they comply with all the relevant requirements, particularly the national code of guidance and the policy of the Archdiocese. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is consulting on proposed changes to the admissions policy for all schools within our Trust to take effect for school admissions for September 2022. That is the proposed changes will affect new applications for entry into any of our schools from 1 September 2022 onwards. In this case the consultation period will run from 30 November 2020 to 11 January 2021.
You can find further information about the proposed changes at the following link https://www.kcsp.org.uk/admissions-consultation-for-202223/ or by asking for a copy of the information at the school office.
Dear Prospective Parents, St Joseph's is a Catholic School to be proud of. We endeavour to promote the values of Christian faith throughout our daily life. Pupils receive a broad and balanced curriculum. We constantly review and evaluate the achievements of the school. St Joseph's strives to achieve a good partnership between Governors, Staff, Parents and the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption. We firmly believe that everyone can develop their talents and it is important to recognise success in all forms.St Joseph's has developed an excellent reputation based on the quality of education provided and its distinctive Catholic nature. We provide a loving and caring community.
Our latest Ofsted inspection in May 2009, recognised the school to be 'outstanding'.
Inspectors from the Diocese also inspected the school in January 2020. They judged it to be 'outstanding'.
Supplementary Forms are available from the School Office or via the link below and must also be returned to the school.. (Please note both forms must be completed).
For further information, please contact 01474 533515
For a copy of our Admissions Policy please click below
If your application for admission is unsuccessful, you have the right to appeal to the Governors. Please contact the school for further details.