Mission Statement – “Unlocking belief in all”
At St Joseph’s we ensure all children experience the love of Christ through the presence of each other, the staff, our parents and the Church. St. Joseph’s Catholic High School is a voluntary aided co-educational school for 11-18 year olds in the Diocese of Northampton. It serves the Catholic community of Slough and the surrounding area.
“Our aim is to unlock the belief in our students to realise their potential by equipping our students for the journey ahead into their adult life”.
Welcome from Mr Clark
St Joseph’s Sixth Form is a vibrant and growing community that prides itself on an inclusive and positive approach to high quality, holistic education and personal development. Our aim is that every student leaves us with the very best of preparation and options for the next stage in their lives through a relentless focus on excellent teaching and learning, a rich and refined curriculum and a strong sense of community.
We are justifiably proud of our examination results, no less down to the excellent work ethic showcased by our diligent, driven students and deeply committed staff. High quality teaching and learning is at the centre of everything that we do.
We expect our sixth formers to be role models for the younger students within our community and we instil the very best qualities through a carefully considered pastoral programme as we continue to provide the very best in sixth form education.
The decisions you make now are highly important – our teachers, tutors and the Sixth Form team are here to help you make the right ones.
Mr Graeme Clark – Head of Sixth Form
Mr Robert Matthews – Head of Year 13 and Deputy Head of Sixth Form
Ms Sarah Murray – Head of Year 12