St Joseph’s Primary School GRAFTON
New South Wales, Australia
About St Joseph’s Primary School GRAFTON
St Joseph’s Primary School is a Christ centred learning community immersed in the mystery of God’s presence. It is a co-educational, K-6 Catholic primary school located in the northern New South Wales town of South Grafton, in the Clarence River Valley region. The school commenced operation in 1889 and today has a total enrolment of 151 students. Staff who are willing to support the Catholic ethos and who value co-operation and the pursuit of quality education are considered asset to the school.
Mr Frank Jones
St Joseph’s Primary School is a modern, beautifully maintained learning environment that is rich in resources and first class facilities. The school features spacious colourful classrooms, an excellent library and a vast array of up to date technology resources supporting teaching and learning throughout the entire school. The playground is varied in nature with large, shady trees and expansive grassy playing areas intermingled with a number of paved playground quadrangles.
The school provides a comprehensive educational program based and taught in accordance with the NSW Board of Studies and Teaching and Educational Standards Syllabuses for Primary Education. The school features a strong commitment to the individual student and as such the curriculum provides opportunities for the attainment of academic, cultural and sporting success and achievement. Exceptionally strong programs in Music, Sport and Art are clearly evident throughout the school.
St Joseph’s Primary School seeks to provide opportunities for students to excel in academic, sporting and cultural areas within a school wide culture which is focused on high-quality personalised learning, that evolves in association with, a Catholic world view.