“Living and working as Jesus taught us” 

During the ongoing Coronavirus situation, the school office opening hours will be reduced. You can telephone school on 0151 477 8260 between 8.30am and 1.30pm; if you need to contact school outside these hours please email to stanne@knowsley.gov.uk.

Knowsley schools are open for children of keyworkers for childcare only. They should only be used if you do not have anyone else to look after your child. Social distancing should be used wherever possible, so if you can keep your child at home, please do so. Key workers will know if their child has a childcare place as school will have been in contact to arrange this. If you have no option but to use the childcare facility then your child should arrive at school at 8.40am; please make sure your child brings their study pack. Children can wear their own clothes. A school meal is provided. Childcare will finish at 3.10pm. If you have made alternative arrangements please can you inform the school by email as soon as possible on stanne@knowsley.gov.uk

Work will be set for all children on Seesaw.

Thank you for your understanding and stay strong.

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Thank you for taking the time to visit St Anne’s Catholic Primary School website. Each day at St Anne’s Catholic Primary School we live out our Mission Statement which is:

We strive to build good relationships throughout the school community, providing a warm and caring learning environment, living and working as Jesus taught us!”

We aim for our children at St Anne’s Catholic Primary School to be happy, confident and respectful. Our children are nurtured and educated from their first day, until they leave us for the next stage in their educational journey.

Our Vision

 To be an outstanding school that:

– Successfully delivers a rich and broad-based curriculum that INSPIRES in our children a love of learning and an aspiration to fulfil their true potential;

– Makes a positive contribution at the heart of our local community;

– Ensures our children and staff are active, environmentally aware citizens making our school and parish proud in a culturally diverse society.

School leaders have created a caring and warm learning environment where pupils feel safe.
– Ofsted 2016