A CHURCH SCHOOL

At St Anne’s Church of England Primary School everything we do supports the core values that transcend all religious faiths, particularly those that lie at the heart of Christianity. Collective Worship forms a central part of each day within our school. This is a special time, where children and staff come together as part of a community, exploring and sharing their beliefs and thinking about the needs of others. The promotion and understanding of Christianity and its values is a key part of our Worship.

At St Anne’s School we have very gook links with our local community, particularly St Anne’s Church. We regularly welcome our vicar (Rev Andy) into school to lead Collective Worship, and enjoy participating in a number of church services across the year, which mark some of the key festivals in the Christian Church’s calendar.

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Our School Vision and Values

Rooted in faith, family and friendship.

Growing in hope and aspiration.

Flourishing in love.

'...these three remain: faith, hope and love;
and the greatest of these is love.'

1 Corinthians 13:13


At St Anne's CE Primary School, Christian Values are made explicit and are deeply embedded in the daily life of the school. All members of our community articulate the distinctively Christian characteristics of the school's values and this has a significant impact on the daily lives and achievements of learners. Our values are:

Friendship - Hope - Compassion - Forgiveness - Trust - Thankfulness



A Word from Rev Andy

At St Anne's Church we love our link to St Anne's School very much. We love it when the school comes to visit church for special services, and I really enjoy coming into school to share collective worship and talk to the children about who God is and how much he loves them. As a church we aim to support all staff, students and anyone in the wider community we can and we are always here for you. If you need to get in touch with us please email us on contact@stag.church.

Rev Andy Acheson.