Headteacher's Welcome

On behalf of pupils, staff, parents and governors - welcome to St Anne’s!  A happy and caring school where every child is known and cared for.

Whether you have children at our school currently or are looking forward to joining our school community, I hope you will find our website interesting, informative and enjoyable. The website, which is a window into the life at St. Anne’s CE Primary School, is designed to provide you with a range of details concerning the curriculum, school development, personnel, Governors and many other aspects of school life.

We pride ourselves on the quality of teamwork and the facilities we can offer to all our pupils from Reception to Year 6. We actively seek to involve parents, the church and the wider community in partnership with our pupils' learning.

As a church school our curriculum is designed to present children with exciting learning opportunities, which motivate and inspire them, supported by Christian values. We aim to provide our children with the skills, knowledge and values they will need as they continue on their learning journey.

Here at St. Anne’s we do our best to challenge and support all our children, so that every child has the opportunity to excel and achieve their potential. As a team, we endeavour to provide a rich, exciting and diverse curriculum so that each child can experience a varied and stimulating education within a friendly, yet educationally challenging environment. Standards and expectations are high for our pupils so that they can all reach their potential and be the best that they can be. We are proud of the progress our pupils make in their time here and aim for continued academic growth and success.

The children are at the centre of our school and I am delighted that our pupils are well behaved, motivated learners who are proud of their school. We look forward to working with you and your child as they embark upon the next stage of their learning journey; challenging, supporting and preparing them as future citizens of this 21st century.

Malcolm Tipping

Headteacher