Weekly update

Week beginning Monday 16th October 

 

Monday 16th October at 3.30pm there is a netball competition for the Year 6 B-team here at St Anne's on the astroturf pitch

Tuesday 17th October in the morning there is a Fun run for Years 3 - 6 being held at Lady Neville Park, parents are welcome. From 9.30am the Flu immunisations will be taking place for children in Reception up to Year 4

Wednesday 18th October at 1.00pm Year 3 will have their swimming lesson

Thursday 19th October JP Photographic will be visiting the school to take individual and sibling photographs. The children break up for half term at the usual time

Friday 13th October is an INSET day. At 11.30am there is an NDSP swimming gala at Dorking Swimming Pool

 

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

Notices from School Office

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

Open Days

Our next open mornings are 9-11am on Thursday 12th October 2017 or 9-11am on Wednesday 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.

Breakfast club

Opens at 7:45am daily (term time only). Cost is £4.00 per session per child. To book places complete a booking form available in Court House foyer.

After school club 

Run on site by Qacademy from after school until 6pm daily (including INSET days). To book places visit their website on www.qacademy.co.uk or for more information contact telephone 07900 325538.

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