Below is a message from Bedfordshire Police
As Halloween approaches Bedfordshire Police is reminding parents and guardians to keep their children safe.
If possible, parents and guardians should go out trick or treating with their children, sticking to well-lit areas and only knocking on the doors of people they know. Some people may have 'No trick or treat' posters up at their doors and we ask that these are respected.
Bedfordshire Police is also reminding children and parents to be mindful that some of the more vulnerable or elderly members of the community may feel intimidated by people calling at their doors and appeals to all residents to look out for their neighbours who may feel frightened during this time.
Extra patrols will be on hand over the Halloween and Bonfire Night period to ensure that the evenings can be enjoyed safely If you do have any concerns during Halloween, it's important that you call 101 in order to keep 999 free for genuine emergencies - 31 October is one of the police's busiest nights of the year!
For more advice about Halloween please visit www.bedfordshire.police.uk
Pam Rhodes from BBC Songs of Praise with the display of paper flowers created by St Joseph's Catholic Lower School children to reflect their diversity. The flowers represented the flags of the countries where the children have family in all the continents across the world.
- SFAAT response to consultation report.pdf
- St Francis of Assisi Academies Trust Two Tier Consultation.pdf
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Our Year 4 children enjoying curriculum at St. Gregorys this morning. @StGregsMiddle
Great fun in our school library yesterday celebrating Roald Dahl's birthday :)
Welcome back to to all St. Joseph's pupils. It is great to see the sun shining - our swimming pool will be in use for a bit longer :)
50 years of St Joseph's - guess what decade we're from!!!
What a glorious day to be celebrating 50 years of St. Josephs - all dressed in outfits from different decades - summer fair starts at 1.30pm
Enjoying the sunshine and our swimming pool :)
Enjoying St. Joseph's by the Sea today, including donkey rides and making seaside cakes :)
We have spaces in our Nursery for September for children aged 3.5+. Hours 8.30am-11.30am. Please contact the school for further information.
Some of our Year 4 children enjoying their outdoor adventure day.