The whole school family are exceptionally proud of their school
St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery in Ormskirk recently opened their doors to the whole school community to celebrate the completion of several major building programmes which have substantially improved the school.
Since 2017, a programme of both internal and external improvements to the school environment has ensured St Anne’s continues to provide excellent Catholic education for the children and families the school serves.
The whole school family are exceptionally proud of their school. The completion of the wonderful ‘New Entrance’ to the main school building provides a warm and safe welcome for visitors, staff and families.
During the recent ‘Open Afternoon’, over two hundred parents and grandparents visited St Anne’s. Tours were provided by the ‘Young School Leaders’ and all children, teachers and families had a wonderful afternoon. Children and teachers love learning in their purpose built ‘Studio’ building where art lessons, music lessons and design technology lessons take place.
Mr Chris Williams, Deputy Director of Education for Liverpool Archdiocese, visited St Anne’s on Tuesday 18th April and congratulated the whole school family on the continual improvements to the school environment.
Headteacher Mr Phil Bates, explained to Mr Williams the incredible support St Anne’s Governing Body continue to provide.
The ‘Governors’ Working Day’ takes place in June with Governors beginning the day by celebrating mass. Following mass there will be a workshops focussing on school improvement before a relaxed dinnertime spent discussing school life with the children.
The afternoon will focus on curriculum developments with subject leaders. Governors continually provide effective and wise guidance to all school leaders on all aspects of school life.
Visits to the school for prospective families are always welcome with appointments made through the main school office.
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