St Anne's Catholic Primary School



Reopening of School Arrangements Letter Friday 22nd May 2020 

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Letter to parents Friday 22nd May 2020

An update from the Trust ................





St Anne's Nursery have places available from September 2020..... Please contact 01535 210600 or email for further information.....

St Anne's is open for children of critical workers and vulnerable children.  We can also be contacted on the school phone number (01535 210600) , the office email or the messaging system on the school app.

Google classroom is being updated for Years 1 - 6 very regularly during term time and F1 and F2 are updating their homelearning page on the school website.

Take care and keep safe during this time and please contact the school with any queries, concerns or if you need help in anyway.

We are really looking forward to seeing you all as soon as it is safe to do so.


Mr Booth

Important Letter regarding provision for Critical Workers 30/3/2020.

Please click here.

We are thinking about all our families during this tricky time.  We hope you are all keeping fit and well and following all the government advice.  Take care, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.  

The teachers are constantly updating google classroom or the website in EYFS for the children to continue their learning.

We have also produced our own version of 'We're Going On A Bear Hunt' for you to enjoy.  Click below and take a look.





Friday 20th March 2020




Friday 20th March - Please click the following link:

This is the latest update from the Government. Under 4.1, click the link to find out the full list of 'key workers'. Then contact school before 10am today to inform us if you are a key worker and if you want your child to attend school from Monday.





If you meet the Key Worker Criteria we urge you to respond to the letter AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

Thank You






Please see here for details on Google Classroom





St Anne’s Catholic School is committed to encouraging every child to develop fully with regard to his/her spiritual, moral, social, physical, academic and personal qualities.

Or main aim is that all children will grow in self-confidence and become responsible and caring members of society.

We intend that our delivery of the curriculum reflects these aims, through continuous evaluation of all that is done in school.

Our school aims and values are important to us. They set out what we are trying to achieve together as a school community and how we want to achieve this.

Dear Parents and Carers,


Can we thank you for your cooperation in these unprecedented times.

We are following present government advice on our approach as best as we can and will continue to do so. At this time it is important that we all follow the guidelines given by the Government. This is from the NHS website.


Stay at home for 7 days if you have either:

  • a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back
  • a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you're staying at home.

Testing for coronavirus is not needed if you're staying at home.

Read our advice about staying at home.

We have no information on ‘if or when’ schools may close. 

Thank you once again