Proud to be a Catholic school
St Anne's is not just a school, it is a Catholic school - and therefore much more than just an academic provider. We are a faith community, playing our part in fulfilling the Church's mission. We welcome those of all faiths and none through our doors, recognising that each person within our community is unique in the eyes of God.
Consequent upon the reasons why they are provided, Catholics schools should exhibit the following four fundamental characteristics which promote the permanent principles of Catholic social teaching: the dignity of human life, the common good, subsidiarity, and solidarity.
(Taken from "Christ at the Centre")
We have an active and vibrant Chaplaincy at St Anne's, led by Sister Silvia Sanz de Diego with our RE department and youth chaplaincy group supporting our various youth and charitable events that take place throughout the year.
Catholic schools, “…like State schools, fulfil a public role, for their presence guarantees cultural and educational pluralism and, above all, the freedom and right of families to see that their children receive the sort of education they wish for them.”
St Anne's RC High School is part of the Diocese of Salford, which serves areas of Greater Manchester and Lancashire.