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.
Thursday, Jan 24
Booklist Collection from Mercy Hall
Latest News from St Anne’s
First up, this week I wish to give thanks, congratulate, recognise and celebrate the wonderful Year Six class. They were truly magnificent at last week’s assembly, Entertaining the audience on the theme ‘ I’m a Year Six, get me out of here!’ they shared their gifts with us through song, dance, video and words.
Annual General Meeting
Thankyou to the parents and staff who attended the Annual General Meeting last week. Key information and reflections were presented form the Board, the P and F and myself. The big item of most interest to parents will be the fact that tuition fees will not be increased in 2019, even in light of suggestions from CEWA for a slight increase.
A letter has been sent home today specifically detailing the times and expectations around Presentation Night. The night will begin at 6pm although students will need to be at school by 5.45 pm. Students are to wear their full summer uniform.
Our school welcomes all families and strongly encourages your full, active participation in your child’s education.
– Darrin Croft, Principal