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St Anne's Catholic Primary School
Tower Hamlets
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Message from the Head teacher 

It is my very great pleasure to welcome you to the community that is 

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School. We aim to live as one family based on Gospel Values where mutual respect is practised and where parents and carers are seen as valued partners. Our mission statement ‘Excellence, together with God as our Guide’ is reflected in and through the daily life of the school. Saint Anne’s is a highly inclusive school with priority placed on the richness of learning for all pupils. 

I can assure you that the staff and I will do our very best to ensure that the children in our care grow spiritually, intellectually, socially and emotionally so as to reach their full potential. 

 

At Saint Anne’s we pride ourselves on: 

Nurturing a love of learning 

Developing positive and supportive relationships 

Valuing prayer, worship and faith development 

Respecting individuals and our environment 

Working in partnership with parents, the parish and the wider community 

Celebrating the richness of our cultural diversity

The School Community 

In St. Anne’s school very positive relationships flourish and pupils thrive. Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. Pupils know that their views will be valued. They show care and respect for others and their behaviour is exemplary. Pupils say that they feel free from harassment, racism and bullying and speak glowingly of the support they receive. The school works extremely well in partnership with others to promote learners’ well-being. Reading and Number Partners from the local business community help pupils to develop good skills to use later in their lives. Parent volunteers are also valued members of our school community and we welcome them into the school to share their talents and expertise with the children. The school prospectus is designed and printed using the highest quality papers.

St Anne’s 

The School Community 

In St. Anne’s school very positive relationships flourish and pupils thrive. Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. Pupils know that their views will be valued. They show care and respect for others and their behaviour is exemplary. Pupils say that they feel free from harassment, racism and bullying and speak glowingly of the support they receive. The school works extremely well in partnership with others to promote learners’ well-being. Reading and Number Partners from the local business community help pupils to develop good skills to use later in their lives. Parent volunteers are also valued members of our school community and we welcome them into the school to share their talents and expertise with the children. 

 

Ofsted and RE Section 48 inspectors said: 

“St. Anne’s is an oasis of calm in a busy urban community.” 

“During lessons pupils respond well to teachers’ high expectations, pupils listen attentively and are eager to answer questions” 

“Pupils said that the few incidents of bullying that occur are dealt with promptly by staff” 

The Extended School 

At St. Anne’s we offer a wide variety of free and subsidised extra curricular activities. Our clubs include drama, debating, Irish dancing, cooking, science, art, choir, strings, coding, home learning, Karate and a variety of sports clubs. 

We also have gardening and farm club both of which are run in conjunction with Spitalfields City Farm. We have been awarded the Royal Horticultural Society School Gardening award Level 3. 

We provide a free breakfast from 8.00a.m. every morning sponsored by the Magic Breakfast. 

We provide high quality after school child care until 5.45p.m. every day. 

Pupil Voice 

The children take an active role in the life of the school through the School Council, Rights Ambassadors, Travel Safety Ambassadors and Library Monitors. 

They also run their own book and maths clubs at lunchtime.