Headteacher's Welcome

If this is your first visit to our web site we hope that you will enjoy browsing, and if you have visited before, we hope that you will find something new to interest you in finding out about all of the exciting things happening in school.Increasingly we all are accessing more and more information from the internet. To meet this, our school website is updated at least weekly to enable parents, children and visitors to get up-to-date information about our school.Our website is to aimed to fully support and serve our wider school community.  Please explore our website, as a parent, pupil or visitor. 

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At St. Anne’s we work hard to make sure our school is a safe and happy place for everyone. 
St. Anne’s is a special place where everyone works together to ensure the best possible opportunities for our children. Everyone is treated with respect and children are always praised and encouraged to do their best. We want every child to enjoy and succeed while they are with us and be fully prepared for their future. We value the partnership between home and school and we are working hard to develop this even further with the help of our parents. We are very lucky to have such supportive parents who want the best for their children. 

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Classroom/Behaviour Support Vacancy




Hylton Road, Sunderland, SR4 9AA  Tel: 0191 5344555

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NOR 238 (including Nursery)

Classroom/Behaviour Support Grade C (SCP 11-13, £15,807 - £16,491) Term Time Only Pro rata

Required from 1st September 2018 to 31st August 2019

The post will be a 1 year fixed term contract to enable the school to support a group of children within an identified year group and will cease on 31st August 2019 when the cohort move into the next year group.

 We have an exciting opportunity for the unique post of Classroom/Behaviour Support Worker. We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and hard-working individual to complement our outstanding range of intervention and support groups. The successful candidate will work alongside a qualified teacher or HLTA to deliver a variety of interventions with individuals and small groups in order to support all learners.

The successful candidate should:

  • High expectations of themselves and pupils, with a commitment to raising standards academically, spiritually and socially.
  • Have the highest expectations for all children.
  • inspire and engage all children creatively in the learning process
  • Be flexible and adaptable in their approach to support and nurture our children towards reaching their full potential.
  • Be an effective communicator, working in collaboration with colleagues, parents and our school family
  • Be dedicated to their own professional development
  • Be committed to developing our team and maintaining effective relationships within the parish and in our wider school community
  • Share strengths and ideas with peers.

We can offer you the opportunity:

  • To work in a very happy, vibrant and successful Catholic school
  • To be part of an enthusiastic, supportive and hard-working team of staff
  • To contribute to an inclusive school, where every child matters
  • To be part of an active and supportive school family, including - governors, parents and parish community
  • To work in a school with a strong commitment to continuous professional development and a network of support from our school partners.

Application packs can be emailed to you by request at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please return completed application form to Mrs C Harrison, Headteacher Designate, at the above address.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore will be subject to a DBS check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. The school safeguards and protects its students and staff by being committed to respond in accordance with Sunderland Local Safeguarding Board Procedures.

Closing date: Noon on Friday 29th June 2018

Short listing:  Monday 2nd July 2018

Interviews: Tuesday 10th July 2018

N.B. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Kidscape - school transition workshop

We have received this information from Kidscape.

In August Kidscape will be delivering a free transition workshop in Newcastle city centre for pupils about to move from primary school to secondary school

These workshops - named RISE - are aimed at young people who are anxious or concerned about the move and need extra support to help them make the transition.

Applications must come from the child's parent/carer - details can be found on their website Click on this LINK

Please note: this is a pilot workshop with only 15 places being offered; we expect to receive a large number of applications.

This week.....next week

calendar    Some events this week....

Sunday 17th: 11:00am Parish Mass First Holy Communion children to receive certificates (Children to wear First Holy Communion outfits for Mass)

Tuesday 19th: Year 6 trip to Diocesan trip to the Youth Village Consett

Thursday21st: FHC Session in school 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Friday22nd: 10:00am Year 5 Class Assembly – Parents & Friends Welcome

Sunday 24th: 11:00am Year 3 Class Mass in church Parents Welcome


And looking ahead to next week....

Monday 26th: LOCAL STUDY WEEK   Details to follow

 A full list of important dates for the term ahead can be viewed HERE.


Nursery Places


Nursery Intake September 2018

We have some places still available for our Nursery Class in September 2018

If you have a child or know of someone with a child born between

1st September 2014 – 31st August 2015 you can apply for a place.

Please call into the school office to complete an application form and bring their Birth Certificate & Baptismal Certificate

Year 5 Outdoor Maths Week

Year 5 have worked hard this week during 'Outdoor maths week'.

They have worked on 3D shapes, finding coordinates, reading line graphs, creating equivalent fractions and creating a scaled football pitch using perimeter and area. 



Report by Karen Beaney 22nd June 2018