There are two areas for dropping off and escorting students into the school.
Firstly: Hyde street parallel with the front of the school, use the crossing provided and then walk down a covered walkway. The children then walk to the pebble crete area and take a seat until supervision commences at 8.20am.
Secondly: the School car park which is situated directly at the end of Hyde St. Walking from the carpark, use the crossing provided and then walk to the covered entrance. The children then walk to the pebble crete area and take a seat until supervision commences at 8.20am.
The Parent Pick up area is at the western end of the administration block (the opposite end to the front office doors). Parents can access this area from either covered walkway.
All late arrivals and early pickups come via the school office.
Applications for bus travel are now available online at the Transport NSW website.
3 buslines service St Joseph's Primary, information on routes, timetables and bus passes can be found using the links below;
Children who walk or ride home will be walked by a teacher along Hyde Street to the pedestrian crossing on Bent Street where the students will be assisted to cross the road by a road safety officer.
In the event of a storm/lightning or other concerns students will not be permitted to walk/ride home. Parents will need to collect their children from school.
These signs are located at the front of the school parent pickup gate and at the road near the staff car park allowing children and their families to safely cross.
The 40km/h school zones are located along Bent Street before and after the Hyde Street turn off and also along Hyde Street. There are signs and two sets of orange flashing lights along Bent Street and Hyde Street indicating that the school zone is in operation. The signs show the times when these school zones are enforced.
Visitors, Contractors and Volunteers may park in the staff car park if they are attending school outside the hours of parent pickup or drop off (between 9.15 and and 3.30pm) to support pedestrian safety and traffic congestion. Other options for parking are in the carpark at the end of Hyde Street or anywhere along Hyde Street.
Operators of these vehicles are inducted by office or leadership staff to;
The above information is communicated to families via newsletters and facebook.