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St Joseph’s College, Reading has evolved and grown significantly over the last 20 years. In 2010, the College became a fully co-educational school and the number of pupils has grown from 300 to 600 across ages 3-18.
In 2021, new Head, Laura Stotesbury took up the reins and continues the successful leadership and development of the College. Whilst the ethos of the school is based on Catholic Christian values, St Joseph’s is proud of the rich diversity within our strong family community. We focus on academic achievement and personal growth, so pupils leave well equipped to flourish in life. ...Read more

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