Welcome to St Joseph’s Tweed Heads


At St. Joseph’s Primary School we are called to create community. We understand that when people gather and interact, they do so as disciples with Christ in their midst. All aspects of school life will deepen our faith in Christ as the source of strength, values, commitment and direction particularly in Parish school relationships, climate, culture, parent partnership and engagement with the wider community.

We are called as witnesses to the faith through the teaching of Catholic doctrine, morality and everyday interaction, nurtured by spiritual formation, all are challenged to witness their faith through administration, curriculum and relationships.

As a school community we are called to promote, deepen and renew the faith in all our members through religious education, the way we teach and strategic planning.

We are called to follow Jesus’ Gospel teachings through prayer, Eucharistic celebrations and Christ- centred gatherings. Guided by our Lord’s nurturing presence, the school is actively involved in Parish life and promotes environmental management.

At St Joseph’s we are called to live out the Gospel command to ‘love one another as I have loved you,’ (John 15:12) through promoting an atmosphere of mutual support, justice and service for all members of the school community. In particular this is expressed in pastoral care, leadership styles, management of resources and students being educated to a life of service as disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ.


St. Joseph‘s Primary, Tweed Heads, is a Christian Community centred round the person of Christ.

At St. Joseph’s Primary, the teachers aim to instill in children Christian values an education in the Catholic Faith. The education That we offer the children is a progressive introduction to life in the community. We strive, not merely to impart information, but, by example, to bring about attitudes of concern, sharing, giving, forgiving and of thanking.

Our success in educating children depends largely upon the co-operation between pupils, parents and teachers. Similarly, we must work together to develop those skills suited to the child\’s age and ability, promoting a respect for human values and an openness to truth in every form.

We aim to:

  • Instil Christian Values and an education in the Catholic Faith
  • Offer a progressive approach to education with continual review of strategies and? processes used across all K.L.A.’s
  • Develop a strong spirit of co-operation between Staff, parents, Pupils and the wider Parish Community.

 Our School Motto 


Learning From Home For Familes

The Learning From Home: Families website is now live. The website provides support for families as they navigate the new world of learning from home.

Learning From Home For Families Website

A Message for Parents – Dr Sally Towns

New Flexischool App Availabe Now

 Our new Flexischools App has launched!

We’ve launched our new Flexischools app just in time for the start of the school year!Download the app now and explore Our Place, a new space designed to simplify life for our busy parent community.You can order from all your school services including your canteen and uniform shop, as well as discover offers and information available only to Flexischools parents across a range of new categories.
We’ve also updated our user portal to allow you to more easily manage your account and student details.

Our new categories include offers and information that our parent community have told us they find most useful.

Discover a great range of kid’s activity providers and book holiday and term time activities with our special Flexischools discount.

Read important information on topics like nutrition and gain advice from experts on how to manage complex situations such as schoolyard bullying.

Explore and purchase the latest eLearning innovations.

Savings (Coming Soon)
Take advantage of discounts and great incentives from a selection of brands relevant to our parent community.The new Flexischools app represents the first of a number of planned updates in 2020, including a new online ordering portal launching later this year.You will be prompted to upgrade when you launch your current Flexischools app, or you can download it on the App Store or get it on Google Play.

Here are some quick tips on making the most of our new app.  

Swipe up or down to view different categories such as food, swipe left or right to view various services and offers.

If your school uses Flexischools for communications, you will find new posts from your school on the Newsfeed, as well as quicklinks relevant to your particular school community.

Order Pad
The order pad will show you any orders in progress (orders you have started but not yet placed). If you have orders listed here, they need to be completed to be sent to your supplier.

User Profile
Your new user profile page is where you go to top-up, manage your account and students.

Remember to update your student’s class for this year as follows: 

In the User Profile select “Students“, select the arrow next to the relevant student to expand the details, click on the edit pencil next to Settings, change the school name, year level and class and press the green “Save” button.

If you need to add a student use the new ‘Add Student’ option which you can find on the ‘Students’ link in your profile.