St. Anne’s is a Catholic Primary School reflecting the teachings of Jesus. It builds upon the multicultural traditions of the local community. Within this environment, students are nurtured to develop individually as creative and responsible learners, with a love of truth, faith and knowledge.
The mission of our school is to provide for the total growth of the child and so offer a variety of experiences which endeavour to promote excellence in learning. A holistic view of the person is central to our school philosophy. In addition to developing the children’s intellects and knowledge, as a school we seek to nurture the spiritual, emotional and physical development of all our students.
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Latest News from St Anne’s
Term Four Welcome Back
A warm welcome to all of our families on the return to Term Four. It is quite staggering to believe it is Term Four and only just over two months until Christmas. A very special welcome to Mana Andolana who joins our Year One class. May your time at St Anne’s be one full of great fun, great learning, lovely friendships, and wonderful memories!
Quality Catholic Education Award
Parents may remember the school put forward two nominations for consideration in this year’s QCE Awards. The 2021 QCE Awards recognise programs and initiatives in Catholic Schools across Western Australia that support the System’s vision of providing Christ centred, child focussed, engaged learning environments. The awards celebrate remarkable efforts and dedication of Catholic schools communities, staff and students across our state. This year there were 86 entries over five pillars of Catholic Identity, Education, Community, Stewardship and Faith in the Future.
Parents may have noticed the new soccer goals on the school oval. Our students were very excited to see these on their return to school and have loved using them. Thank you to Harvey Soccer Club for the donation of the goals and an extra huge thankyou to Mark Zappia who obtained them from the club then worked on the redesign, fabrication, painting and addition of the nets to make them suitable for primary school age use.
Our school welcomes all families and strongly encourages your full, active participation in your child’s education.
– Darrin Croft, Principal