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St Josephs Primary School

Welcome to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.  We are a friendly and inclusive school with high expectations for all of our wonderful children.  Each child is created uniquely in the image of Christ and at our school we provide a nurturing environment where children can grow and develop spiritually, morally, socially and academically.


All Saints Catholic High School

As a Christian community we adhere to Gospel Values as the foundation for all that we do. We celebrate the cultural and religious diversity of our students and staff and thrive on our shared ethos which has, at its centre, love for one another.

Our school is a family where we support, challenge and care for one another.

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Sheffield Domestic and Sexual Abuse

There are a number of organisations that can help.  Please click on the link to find out more


Nursery Places - St Josephs Primary School

Nursery Places Available

Playing, learning and growing in God's love together

15 and 30 hour places availale

Call or email us

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Diocese of Hallam


Diocese of Hallam serving the Catholic Church in the UK County of South Yorkshire, parts of the High Peak and Chesterfield Districts of Derbyshire, and the District of Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire

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Dinnington Food Bank

These are difficult times.  Help us raise money to provide a food bank to the people of Dinnington


St Bernards Catholic High School

At St Bernard’s we believe that all persons are created by God, unique and equal. We strive to create a caring Christian community in which we provide education based on Gospel values where all people reach their full potential. We aim to develop positive relationships with every individual and family, the parishes and wider community.

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Safe Spaces

Safe Spaces is a free, independent support service, providing a confidential, personal and safe space for anyone who has been abused
by someone in the Church or as a result of their relationship with the Catholic Church of England and Wales, the Church of England, or the Church in Wales.

We are open to anyone over 18 who has suffered any type of abuse, regardless of whether the abuse was recent or in the past. You do not have to have reported to the Church or the Police and you don’t need to be an active member of the Church to access support.


Swinton Lock

These are difficult times.  Helping families in need across Rotherham

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