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
- Children break up at 2pm for half term21Feb2020
- School finishes at 2pm21Feb2020
- School closed for half term22Feb2020
- Spring Term 2 begins - Children back into school02Mar2020
- World Book Day05Mar2020
Children are invited to come to school dressed as their favourite character from their favourite book! All children are invited to decorate a hard boiled egg as a character from a story. There will be a prize for the most creative egg in each class. We would like to invite parents/carers to join our story time on World Book Day. You can join your child at 2.55pm to listen to their class novel.
- Thursday 5th March 2020 - World Book Day
Whole School Fancy dress - children to dress as a character from their favourite story. More details of the day will be sent home this evening.
- Friday 21st February 2020
School closes at 2pm for half term
- Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th February 2020
Parent consultation meetings - running from 3.30pm - 5.30pm
- Thursday 13th February 2020
Confirmation parent meeting
- Thursday 13th February 2020
Year 5 class mass