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On Friday 17th June 2022, the Year 6 class from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary school were invited to a Jubilee Street Party hosted by Broadstairs College. Along with 3 other local schools the children were invited along for a party lunch, music, theatre, sports, crafts and games.

The children started their fun-filled day, with a play devised and performed by the Theatre Studies students. They then began a thrilling carousel of activities including, nail-art, face-painting, tie-dying t-shirts, a sports day session, party games, a world-wide quiz, lawn games and science experiments.  

The children enjoyed a delicious picnic lunch sat in true street party style along the centre of the campus. We began lunch waving flags, as the children sang the National Anthem, then tooted our party hooters and gave rousing cheers to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. We followed our sumptuous feast by ice-cream, candy floss or popcorn.

The children all had a marvellous time and described it as an amazing day out.

Hubert explained “My favourite activity was a quiz show we took part in guessing countries from their flags and anagrams, we scored extra points if we knew the capital city. I did really well as I know my countries well from my Geography lessons!”

Eliza said, “I loved it when we got to throw sponges at grown-ups! The quiz where we learnt different words and languages was great – I can now say hello in many different languages.”

Amelia reported, “The creative section where we had face paints, nail painting and got to make tie-dye t-shirts was my favourite part because we got to take the things home with us and I can wear my t-shirt to show my artistic side. The croquet was a brilliant new experience for me as I had never played it before – it was fun trying to beat my friends”

Mrs Sproates, Year 6 Lead said “It was a fabulous day for the children to experience all the elements of a traditional street party – they have created lots of memories that they will able to carry with them into their new schools. Some of the children have enjoyed new experiences such as croquet and tie-dye and it has encouraged them to try new and exciting opportunities – another key skill as they move forward to secondary school. As this event was led by students, the children were able to learn about the subjects and departments that were hosting the day and this gave the children a flavour of what they could study post 16”

Our Mission and Values

Love of learning, Love of one another, Love of our world, Love of GodLiving out our 5 school values: Belonging, Caring, Enjoying, Respect, Teamwork






We are members of many families and our school has strong links with the parish and the local community.

We care for God’s world and we appreciate its beauty and each other.

Create life long memories in a nurturing safe environment.

We are open to the opinions of others and celebrate our differences.

Working together with parents and agencies to achieve our best.

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Trust Information

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.