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St Anne's Catholic Primary School

"Love one another as I have loved you in our home, school and Parish family"

Our OFSTED report is now live.  Please follow the link on our twitter page to read it.  We are now officially GOOD!


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

Cook & Eat Well - Free Parent Cooking Courses24Jan2017

1:15 pm - 3:00 pm @ School

Groundwork West Midlands are currently delivering a healthy cooking / eating project in schools called “Cook and Eat Well”. It is funded by Coventry City Council and are offering a FREE 9 week healthy cooking course to parents of children in school. The courses will be held in school every Tuesday from the 24th January 2017 to Tuesday 21st March 2017 timings will be 1.15pm – 3.00pm each week. The Cook and Eat Well team bring all the equipment (ovens, woks, pans etc.) and ingredients and help parents prepare and cook a healthy meal from scratch. At the end of the session everyone sits down together and eats the delicious, free meal. Cook and Eat Well help prove that eating a healthy and balanced diet can be easy, fun, cost effective and most importantly – tasty!

Minisports Yr 1 & 2, Cooking KS 2, Nature Club KS2, Easter & Spring Crafts Yr 1 & 225Jan2017

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Afterschool clubs running every Wednesday

Cooking Yr 1 & 2, Fitness Training Year 1 & 2, Computer Club KS2, Easter & Spring Crafts KS226Jan2017

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Afterschool clubs running every Thursday

Young Voices30Jan2017

@ Genting Arena - Birmingham

The children that have put their names down and have confirmed they would like to go will travel by coach to and from the Genting Arena. Parents that have purchased tickets will need to make their own way there to the venue and back again and meet the children back at school to collect them. Parents will not be able to take the children from the event, this has been stipulated by the organisers. Children will arrive back around 10.30pm. Further details will be sent out closer to the time.

Reception Eye Testing30Jan2017

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm @ In School

Eye Tests to be carried out on the children in Reception class.

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