Davey Drive, Hollingdean, Brighton BN17BF

St Joseph's Catholic Primary, Brighton

Educating in Faith, Hope and Love


Children, this is your page. Check it out for news and competitions...…. we want to hear what you have to say!

  New Headteacher Challenge  


At St Joseph's, we want you to challenge yourselves, so we have a variety of Headteacher Challenges.


Logic Puzzles                       Spelling                             Timestables



Don't forget to check the Challenge Board regularly so that you can train that brain!

 Our School Council:

At Joseph’s we have a School Council made up of two representatives from each class. The representatives are voted for in a democratic vote by the other members of their class. The benefit of this team and its members is to develop their leadership skills and give a voice to our pupils.
The School Council also provides an opportunity for further communication between pupils and staff; ensuring that pupil input is an integral part of the decision-making processes where appropriate.
Last year, the School Council looked at our Mission Statement and our vision for the future; they were asked to come up with 10 reasons why parents/carers should chose to send their children to St Joseph’s.
 The aims of the School Council are to:
• act as a forum for the expression of ideas and concerns of pupils.
• keep staff and parents informed of pupil opinion.
• inform other pupils about school plans and developments.
• ensure that pupil input is an integral part of the school decision making processes where appropriate.


We have recently held elections in each class and are pleased to welcome this year's school councillors:




Ivy and Zara from Year 1, Elliott and Mykie from Year 2, Evie and Zayden from Year 3, Paula and Legend from Year 4, Joshua and Priya from Year 5 and Ganza, Megan and Emma from Year 6


Something the school council feel strongly about is bullying: 

  Together we can stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.

 At St Joseph’s we have a NO TOLERANCE approach to bullying. We want to stop it in its tracks.

   To do this we need to:

  • Understand what bullying is
  • Report any incidents to an adult in school
  • Look after each other.
  • Listen to others, and be prepared to help.
  • Make good choices. This may mean that we have to:
  • Go against our friends in order to make the right choice.
  • Be courageous
  • Be prepared to tell
  • Stand up to the bullies.