When a child enrols at St Joseph’s their family joins a school with a very long and proud Mercy tradition.
What do we stand for? The strengthening of faith, the development of pride and the seeking of excellence.
How do we achieve this? Through the strong Mercy traditions.
Why is all this important to us? We aspire to live the school motto ‘to love and to serve as God has shown us through Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the saints that have followed them.
Welcome to the SJS family!
You are most welcome to visit our school to see the staff, pupils, facilities and programme in action.
Our Senior Leadership Team consists of the following experienced and approachable educational leaders:
- Mrs Carolyn Massey – Principal
- Miss Valerie Anderson – Deputy Principal
- Mrs Pata Beazley – Director of Religious Studies
Together with the Board of Trustees, the Senior Leadership Team guide a successful school. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Background information on the School and how it operates…
SJS Enrolment Forms
You are welcome to complete and submit an application via email. We will acknowledge acceptance and follow-up with a phone call. An appointment with the principal or member of the senior leadership team will occur before acceptance of any enrolment.
Please note there are two forms – the School’s Enrolment Form and the Bishop’s Preference Enrolment Certificate (with expalnatory notes attached). Families with no established connection to the Catholic faith may enquire about enrolment as a “non- preference” pupil.
Non Preference Students
Under the Integration Act (1975) St. Joseph’s Catholic School has a maximum roll of 350 pupils at primary level, from New Entrants to Year 6 (boys)/Year 8 (girls).
The School can accept up to a maximum of 5%  non-preference children if places are available after all preference children are accepted.
SJS Travelwise Information
Keeping our children safe on the way to school and after school.
The SJS bus route to and from Mangere and Mangere Bridge….