We have spaces for our Pre-school & Reception class for September 2018.
Welcome to St Anne’s Catholic Primary school website. I hope that you find it both useful and informative.
As part of God’s family, we at St Anne’s are inspired by the Gospel way of life. We aspire for our school to be truly at the centre of the community - a place where children and parents feel confident and comfortable to seek help, guidance and support should they need it. We aim to continually strengthen the vital partnership between home and school and we recognise, and value, parents as the first educators of their children.
All parents want their children to feel safe, secure and happy at school. They also want their children to achieve. We want the same. At St Anne’s Catholic Primary all children are encouraged, supported and challenged to become the best they can be in a loving and caring environment. We expect all children and staff to live out our mission statement, “Love one another, as I have loved you, in our home, school and parish families. “
Although academic success is important, we endeavour to develop the ‘whole child’, providing enjoyable and creative experiences within which to flourish.
In summary, our school is much more than just an educational establishment. It is a place which offers children the stability and enrichment that they need to become the unique individuals God created them to be. At St Anne’s, we work to ensure the atmosphere within school is one in which all people are welcomed and accepted. I believe we provide an ethos where children learn effectively and develop into well rounded and responsible Catholic citizens, and we hope that all who enter our school will be touched by our compassionate ethos – an ethos based on love for one another.
Please take time to explore and enjoy our website. If you require any further details, please contact us.
Mrs Keri Baylis (headteacher)
Latest School Events
- Year 6 Dol-y-Moch Residential Trip24Jun2018
We have now received the St Anne’s allocated dates for next year’s Year 6 (current year 5)pupil’s residential trip to Dol-y-Moch. The trip is for 5 days and the children get lots of opportunities to participate in exciting activities. The total cost of the trip is £296.00. We will be asking parents to pay £148.00. The school will contribute the remaining 50%. A deposit of £30 is required to book a place and should be paid by Friday 19th May 2017 at the latest. Places are limited so will be given on a first come first served basis. Once all deposits have been received, the children will be given a Dol-y-Moch payment card (which must be kept and produced each time a payment is made). All payments will be recorded on this card for your information.
- Afterschool clubs: Cooking Years 4-6, Dancing Years R-2, Crafts Years 3-625Jun2018
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Afterschool clubs: Gardening Years R-2, Dancing Years 3-6, Football Years R-2, Summer Sports Years 3-6, Computers Years 1 & 226Jun2018
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Year 3 Class Mass28Jun2018
9:30 am - 10:30 am
- Afterschool clubs: Gardening 3-6, Summer Sports YR-2, Cooking 1-3, Computer 3-628Jun2018
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St Anne's Catholic Primary School News
- Tuesday 12th June 18 - Catholic Girls Football Tournament
Selected girls will travel to All Souls to take part in the tournament.
- Monday 11th June 2018 - Rounders Competition
Selected from Year 6 will take part in a Rounders Competition.
- Thursday 7th June - Mass
Year 2 will lead mass
- Year 6 Booster Swimming Lessons
Every Monday up until 9th July 2018
- Friday 8th June - Year 5 Swimming Lessons
Children from Year 5 will continue their swimming lessons each Friday.