St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School was opened over a hundred years ago to serve the needs of a growing Catholic population in Hanwell. It was staffed by nuns from the order of St. Joseph of Peace and the order still has a convent of nuns across the road from the church. We have served the children on our present site since 1907.
The school was set up to meet the needs of poor immigrants (the clever nuns ran a private school in Cuckoo Dene to help fund the "poor" school) and throughout its century of service St. Joseph's has welcomed Catholic children from across the world and helped them and their families to be successful members of Hanwell, London and U.K. society and good Catholic people.
The Diocesan inspection of our school in 2018 confirmed that the
Catholic Life of the school was outstanding in all areas,
a judgement which reflects our values from the moment a parent makes an enquiry about our school through to beyond when a child leaves us for high school.
LOVE, LEARN, BELIEVE
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