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ABOUT ST ANNE's

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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First Holy Communion

Today some children in Year 4 celebrated their first holy communion in church. The children all looked lovely. They read, sang and danced beautifully and everyone was very proud of them. We would like to thank everyone for their support on this special day and in the words of Sr Francis continue to shine like the stars that you are and, like today, always choose to walk with Jesus. 

 

Read more: First Holy Communion

Seal Celebration Assembly

On Monday 4th June, Key stage 1 and 2 children have been Celebrating the end of the Seal topic :

Relationships. 

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They shared how they have been exploring feelings within relationships including family and friends also self-awareness, managing feelings and empathy.  In addition, they also have been understanding the feelings associated with coping with loss- whether of a favourite possession, a friend, a family home, or a loved one.

 Report by Claire Simpson 4th June 2018

Our CAFOD Assembly

 

The theme of The Year of Mary for May is: "Workers". 

We have been learning about the work that CAFOD do to help those people who have been forced to flee from their homes and become refugees.

Today, Pat from CAFOD came into school to lead as assembly that focussed on the plight of refugees and what CAFOD does to help them.

Following this, years five and six took part in a workshop in which they pretended to be refugees.  In this they have to decide on six items that they would take with them, if they had to leave their homes.  However there was a twist to this where along the way events occurred in which items were either lost or simply had to be left behind.

This really got the children thinking about the situation that children of their age find themselves in on a daily basis.

CAFOD is the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development. 

Click on this LINK to find out more about the work of CAFOD.

Read more: Our CAFOD Assembly

Year of Mary - Vocations

We were so fortunate today to welcome Sr Josepha to our school.

She told us all about her vocation as a Nun.

Sr Josepha has led such an interesting life and continues to do so in all of her work in schools and the community.

We would like to thank Sr Josepha and we look forward to working with her again  in the near future.

 

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Report by Julie Carr 25th April 2018

St. Anne's School Governors

Staff Governors (excluding the Head Teacher) are elected through a staff ballot process, (if necessary), following nomination. Parents Governors are elected through a parent ballot process, (if necessary), following nomination. LA Governors are appointed though selection criteria by the Local Authority upon approval of the Governing Body. Foundation Governors and Associate Members are appointed by the Diocese. The governing body is made up of 12 members – 2 staff, 7 foundation, 1 LA, 2 parents. All governors serve a four-year term of office. All governors are subject to a DBS check.

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Read more: St. Anne's School Governors