Weekly update

Week beginning Monday 26th June 2017


Sunday 25th June from 12.00pm - 3.00pm we have the School Summer Fair

Monday 26th June between 9.30am - 11.00am there is Bikeability Level 3 training for Year 6 (all week). At  2.30pm Father Miceal is taking mass with Year 6 in the hall (parents are welcome). At 3.30pm Year 3 and 4 have a netball tournament at Banstead Junior School

Tuesday 27th June at 1.15pm children in the infants will have a sports day practice in the afternoon. At  2.00pm Year 3 will be having a celebration liturgy (parents are welcome)

Wednesday 28th June at 1.30pm Year 4 have their swimming lesson

Thursday 29th June at 9.30am there is a Mass at St Ann's church for children in the Juniors. There is an NDSP choir rehearsal in the afternoon at the Beacon School  which most of the Year 3 children will be attending

Friday 30th June between 5.00pm and 8.30pm we have the Year 3 BBQ and games


You will find the term dates for this term and the next two school years (2017-18 & 2018-19) by clicking here.

Notices from School Office

The cost of Junior School lunches is £74.80 for the 2nd half of the Summer 2017 term. Please ensure that this is paid on ParentPay.

If you use Breakfast club, please ensure that your ParentPay account is topped up to cover your child’s sessions in advance.

The school day starts at 8:35am and finishes at 3:10pm.

Open Days

Our next open mornings are 9-11am on 12th October 2017 or 9-11am on 15th November 2017. These mornings are an opportunity to listen to the Headteacher talk about the school and to have a look at St Anne's during a school day. There is no need to make an appointment for our Open Mornings, please feel free to just come along.

 If you are unable to attend these dates and would like to visit our school please phone the school office on 01737 350012 and we will be happy to make an appointment for you.


    "Pupils are enthusiastic about the 'learning journeys' curriculum."

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    Year 5 child


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    Year 6 child


    "We are thrilled with how well our son has settled into St Anne's."

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    "St Anne's is a truly worshipping community."

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