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. 

Please use it …and let us know if you would like to see additional information or features on our website.


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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St. Anne's SATs OUTCOMES 2018

To meet government expectations, pupils in the Key Stages SATs testing should achieve 100 (the expected standard) or greater, in their scaled scores, as opposed to the old expected standards: for example level 4 at the end of Key Stage 2. The table below shows the percentages of St. Anne's children who did achieve 100 or more in their scaled scores, compared with children in schools nationally. 

The DfE say that the scaled score percentages are not comparable to SATS testing before 2016  (eg achieving SATS Level 4 or Level 5) because of changes in the national curriculum and accountability framework.

Read more: St. Anne's SATs OUTCOMES 2018

Fundraising for Lourdes nurses

A great big "Thank you!" to all our parents and friends of St Anne's for raising £1.500

which will enable two, highly valued nurses to travel to Lourdes and give up their time

supporting adults with disabilities and extra needs to experience the spirituality of Lourdes . 

Report by Karen Beaney 18th July 2018

Bradley Lowery Day

Everyone had a fantastic day supporting the Bradley Lowery Foundation by wearing bright colours - for cancer has no colour. 

We were supported by Sunderland AFC and Delilah.

Read more: Bradley Lowery Day

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Some events this week....




Monday 3rd September: SCHOOL CLOSED INSET DAY

Tuesday 4th: School Re-opens



St. Anne’s RC Primary School Outcomes 2018

The document link below shows the KS1 and KS2 SATs outcomes and progress for St. Anne’s RC Primary School.


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 Julie Carr 12th July 2018