Click here to read the OUTSTANDING report which we received following our Religious Education Inspection’
Welcome to St Anne’s Catholic Primary School
Our Mission Statement at St Anne’s encompasses our ethos and values:
“We strive to build good relationships throughout the school community, providing a warm and caring learning environment, in which we work and live as Jesus taught us”
Our vision is to create a dynamic learning environment and to achieve this aim we are actively involved in a number of exciting teaching and learning projects.
We aim to help every child achieve their full potential and offer a broad and balanced curriculum, encouraging and supporting all aspects of the children’s social, emotional, physical and creative abilities as well as academic ones.
In addition, the school offers a wide variety of extra curricular activities. The children have the opportunity to gain credits from all their extra-curricular activities to achieve Bronze, Silver and Gold awards from the Children’s University.
The school enjoys an excellent reputation within the local area and throughout the Local Authority for high standards of education and behaviour. Our school performance is usually among the best in the Borough of Knowsley. We received a ‘good’ OfSTED Report in 2016 and also an ‘outstanding’ Religious Education Report in 2016. This success has been made possible by motivated pupils who are fun to be around; enthusiastic and creative staff; engaged and caring parents; a committed and challenging Governing Body as well as an interested and supportive wider parish community.
SCHOOL FINISHES THURSDAY 25th JULY at 1.30pm. Children return on TUESDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER at 8.40am.
Uniform which has been ordered can be collected on Monday 2nd September after 1.00pm.
We wish all our families a very happy and safe summer holiday. See you in September!
We have achieved GOLD award as part of the Liverpool Counts Maths Quality Mark
We have achieved GOLD award as part of the Liverpool Counts Maths Quality Mark. Led by Mrs Bannister, our Mathematics co-ordinator, the project has included a range of training and activities for teachers and pupils to engage with Maths and Numeracy on a much wider scale beyond the Mathematics lessons. It explored an understanding of how Mathematics and Numeracy apply in the wider world and how we use it in daily life.
We’ve enjoyed a range of creative and exciting enrichments in school, from weekly puzzle challenges, inviting parents in to talk about maths in their world of work, pupil and parent workshops and enrichment days, such as the Pi day in February and cross-curricular Maths trails between different classes.
The team who visited school to assess our standards towards the quality mark, were very impressed with our evidence and the time given to ensure Maths has a priority across the school in all year groups.
It has been a fantastic way to further enhance opportunities for our pupils and raise the profile of such an important subject.
We have achieved GOLD award as part of the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark
For full details see of the assessors visit to St. Anne’s please check the ‘Reading’ section, we are thrilled with the results and know that this will continue to improve the reading experiences for our children.
See the link below for our full report as a proud ‘Gold’ school for Reading Quality Mark St Annes