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Catholic Life

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")

Our school motto here at St Anne’s is ‘to know, love and serve God’. We put our school motto into action by trying to live by our six SACRED Values of Service, Ambition, Compassion, Respect, Equality & Determination. Here is a summary of just some of the ways you will learn more about our SACRED Values and more importantly put them into action!

  • Gospel based Form Prayer every Monday – We start our week in prayer

  • Year 7 Form Retreat Days – A day off timetable in September to get to know your form group, make stronger friendships and learn what it means to be part of the St Anne’s school community

  • Year 7 Welcome Mass – Every October in the Main Hall with your parents and carers

  • Christmas & Easter Year Group Liturgies - To celebrate these special Christian seasons of the year

  • Caritas Team – St Anne’s Charity/Social Action group

  • Advent and Lent charity projects - Shoebox, Cornerstone, Wellspring, Mind, Mary’s Meals & CAFOD

  • The ‘Laudato Bee’s’ – St Anne’s environment group

  • ‘Grill the priest’ question and answer session – Where we can learn more about Catholic life

  • Residential retreat at Castlerigg Retreat Centre in the Lake District each June

  • St Anne’s SACRED Day on every July – A full day off normal timetable to grow in our faith, and have fun!

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