We are part of the Plymouth CAST family of schools. We are a Catholic school welcoming children of all faiths to learn and grow with us. The education and wellbeing of our children is at the heart of everything we do. Our Gospel Values of humility, compassion, kindness, justice, forgiveness, integrity, peace and courage are integral to our whole school community. We inspire all our children to do their best, be their best and have respect for themselves, others and the world we live in. Choosing a school for your child is really important for any parent or carer. If you would like to find out more about our school you are welcome to visit us to meet or wonderful staff and pupils. Please email admin@stjo.uk or phone 01395 264875 to book an appointment. We look forward to seeing you.


SENCO - Mrs Emily Monks
SEN Governor - Mrs Rebecca Lloyd
Quote from a parent of an SEN child - July 2022
"St Joseph's has restored our faith in the education system, we are so grateful for all you have done and how understanding you have been."
If you have any queries or questions about Special Educational Needs and Disabilities then please do not hesitate to contact us on admin@stjo.uk for the attention of Mrs Monks or email sen@stjo.uk.  Should you have any concerns or complaints about your child's SEN support, please contact Mrs Monks in the first instance and then, if necessary, Mrs Stephens, Headteacher.

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School values the abilities and achievements of all its pupils, and is committed to providing for each child the best possible environment for learning.


We are a safe and caring school where children are happy, confident, well-motivated and love to learn.


All children will be challenged and achieve high standards through a fun and creative curriculum.


We are a learning community where all stakeholders enjoy equal access to opportunities to develop and learn together.


We do this best when we work together with you to support your child.


As a community we aim to walk with Jesus to be the best we can be.

Devon’s Local Offer for SEND provides clear, up-to-date information on the services and support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The local offer covers provision for children and young people with SEND from birth to 25 and includes information on education, health and social care services and how to access them.

In order to ensure that our parents and carers are fully informed about what is available for children with SEND please click on the link below  for more information and support services.

Devon Local Offer Website: