If you require a paper copy of the information on this website, please contact the school office.
Congratulations to all pupils and staff for our best test results ever. Reading progress is higher than every other school in Newcastle and only 1 school beat our Maths progress score. For full results please see table below:
*EXS = At Expected level
*GDS = Greater Depth
|Good Level of Development||80%||70%|
|YEAR 2 SATS||EXS||GDS||EXS||GDS||EXS|
|Reading, Writing, Maths Comb||80%||67%|
|YEAR 6 SATS|
|Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling||97%||65%||76%||26%||78%|
|Reading, Writing, Maths Comb||77%||65%||65%|
Our Mission Statement
We want the best teaching, the best opportunities and the best support and encouragement for every child. We are a friendly, happy, Catholic school, where everyone is valued for their individuality and special gifts.
Our Light Shines Always
Ethos and Values
Our Lady and St Anne’s is a Catholic school with a very diverse community and we try to follow Jesus in what we say and what we do. We provide a broad and balanced Catholic curriculum, recognising that everyone is unique and is created in the image of God (Gen 1:27).
Our curriculum is designed to enable every child to reach their potential and contribute to society. We provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities and strong pastoral support. We incorporate democratic principles, value the rule of law, support individual liberty and foster a community in which different faiths and beliefs are respected.
12th February, 2020
27th January, 2020
6th December, 2019
22nd October, 2019
8th October, 2019
A very important reminder #BeKind
National Online Safety
Tuesday after school Basketball club has now finished for those children in Years 4 & 5. We would now like to offe… https://t.co/i7ZtSoEv4m
This morning, the whole school took part in a fantastic music workshop where we were able to learn about a range of… https://t.co/Xx2IJNGm7P
Do you have any old World Book Day costumes at home that no longer fit or are needed? If you do, we would love to c… https://t.co/5533VlsNiR
As we break up for Christmas next Friday, children can be collected from their classrooms from 2.30pm.
This Week's Big Question is . . . . 'Can I always remember to say thank you?' Please talk to your children about… https://t.co/G0YYwmELbN