Report on the Decision to Federate – please view the Report under the Parents page.
St Anne’s is now recognised as a Good school, following the recent visit by Ofsted. The latest OFSTED report is here:
First Holy Communion Programme
A meeting will take place in the Church on Monday 6th February at 3.45pm
Sacrament of Confirmation Programme
There will be a meeting on Monday 20th February in the Church at 3.45pm
Half Term Holiday Club – Feb 13th to 17th
Get Active will run a holiday club this half term and the theme is MAD SCIENCE WEEK
Please see the attached leaflet for more information and to avail of the early bird discount.
Bookings can be made via the website –www.getactivesports.com
Our Mission Statement:
At St Anne’s we live, love and learn as children of God. As children of God we cherish and respect everyone, and help those in need. Read
St Anne’s Catholic Primary School was established in 1898, and since that time has been providing primary education to the children of Reading.
The school was founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families. The school is conducted by its Governing Body as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ. As a Catholic school we hold the Gospel of Jesus Christ at the heart of our school family. We therefore value our pupils as children of God, entitled to be educated to their full potential. The school shares with parents, the Church and the wider community, the responsibility of leading children to know and love God and to develop an appreciation of His world.
Our School Aims:
St Anne’s Catholic Primary School is a Voluntary Aided school under the trusteeship of the Archdiocese of Birmingham.
The school shares with Parents/Carers, the Church and the wider community, the responsibility of leading children to know and love God and to develop an appreciation of his world through the best possible education The school expects parents to actively support Christian/Catholic teaching and practice and uphold Christian values, ensuring that children maintain good standards of behaviour in and out of school.