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3.2.2020 IMPORTANT: See update below from Mr Graves

26.6.2020 IMPORTANT: Please see update from Mr Graves below regarding September .

6.6.2020 IMPORTANT Please see updated guidance from Oldham Council

5.6.2020 Please see updated letter regarding reopening on Monday 

 

27.5.2020 IMPORTANT:

Please read carefully the documents below regarding reopening of school for key classes on 8th June.

HAPPY HALF TERM

There will be no work set for the next 2 weeks as it is May holidays! Hope you have a lovely and safe 2 weeks off :-)

 

21.5.2020 

Please see letter from Oldham Council regarding returning to school on 8th June

Important!

Please could parents of Nursery, Reception, Year  1 and Year 6 please email to say if you intend to send your child back in June by 4pm Tuesday (19.5.20)

Please state YES or NO with your child's name to the following emails:

Year 6- y6stannes@yahoo.com

Year 1- y1stannes@yahoo.com

Reception-recstannes@yahoo.com

Nursery- stanneslockdown@yahoo.com

We will issue more guidance later on this week when we have an indication of numbers. Thank you for your support at this time.

11.5.2020 Please see attached letter from Mr Graves regarding reopening of school.

6.5.2020 For those children who are attending Newman College in September, please see attached letter. 

WC 15th June 

Congratulations to Payton and Shane this week who have been doing some fantastic home learning - check out just a few of their pictures.

Well done! Remember if you want to make the front page email: stanneslockdown@yahoo.com

 

Please see attached letter from Mr Graves

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Magic Breakfast is now running in our school every day from 8:30am, and all children are invited. The door will close at 8:35am. Children are to be dropped off at the KS1 door in the playground. 

 

St Anne's  Equality Statement:

About Our School

A warm welcome to all who visit our web site. We hope you will gain a good picture of our school and enjoy reading about all that goes on in our happy, thriving, school community.

St. Anne’s is a Voluntary Aided Roman Catholic primary school for children aged 3 to 11. The children are taught in eight single age group classes, including a nursery class for our youngest children. The school works under the trusteeship of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford, is governed by its own Governing Body, and maintained by Oldham Local Authority.

 Within our school day, we lead the children in the understanding and practice of our Catholic Faith. We welcome children of other faiths, and include provision for their spiritual growth within the overall catholic ethos. The children play, learn and pray together happily and the diversity of our school community, within this catholic ethos, contributes to the children’s social, spiritual and cultural development.

 Our school Mission Statement, ‘We Grow Together in God’s Love’ supports the whole school community in creating a caring community where everyone is valued and treated with respect and dignity.

 Staff, governors, parents and pupils share a strong belief in the values of their school. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding, as is their behaviour in and out of class.(Ofsted 2014)’

 Within this caring ethos, we have high expectations of children’s academic achievement. Children are challenged and supported to do the best they can in all aspects of school life. Children make very good progress during their time at St. Anne’s, with children of all levels of ability achieving well in national tests at the end of key stages.

Woodwind Lessons during the Covid 19 crisis
Oldham Council Music Service continues to work to maintain the musical offer and opportunities for young people during this difficult time. As you will appreciate, it is still uncertain what the educational landscape will be in September. However, to ensure that no children miss out on the chance to learn a musical instrument we have put together some videos to introduce the instruments, teaching staff and encourage your expressions of interest in learning to play. Certainly during the lockdown period, it has become apparent what an important role music plays in wellbeing and what a positive way of spending time it can be. Musical participation can lead to new friendships, experiences, higher self-esteem and social confidence. Oldham Council Music Service offers an extensive range of extension activities at the Music Centre which include, choirs, bands, orchestras, music theatre and rock and pop. Starting to have lessons in school can be just the very start of a long and very fulfilling musical journey.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1jYyWL3L1U

Message from the Music Service- You can now log onto the Music Service online portal and access the free resources on there. Click on the link below and type in username and passwords. PLEASE do NOT change the passwords. 

You can access the online resources as follows:
1. Go to the website http://www.gmmusiconline.co.uk/yumu/login 
2. In the “Student login” section, type in your username and password. Click “login”
3. The work set will appear on the next page. Each unit of work is called an “Assignment” and the relevant resources will be inside this folder.
4. Click on the link to the “assignment” and the resources will appear on the right of the screen. Click on each one to access each individual resource.

The username and passwords are below.

Thank you 

 

Year 4
Username: p1168147
Password: phrase


Year 5
Username: p1168238
Password: chord

Year 6:

Username: p1053789

Password: tempo

Year 2;

 Username: p1053787

Password: phrase

Year 1:

Username: p10537867

Password: strawberry 

Nursery:

Username: p1174085
Password: harmony


Reception
Username: p1174177
Password:  chant 
 

 

Free online Course

The coronavirus has brought uncertainty, instability from all angles, questions
from children that seem impossible to answer, personal worry about work,
finances, and much more. Who thought we would ever be faced with
something so unprecedented as Covid-19, but that is where we are.


There is an immediate need to preserve wellbeing and build resilience at this
point in history, where it is genuinely needed. To support this need, Bounce
Forward has scheduled a series of sessions to help all parents cope with the
uncertainty and thrive.


The sessions provide the science of resilience. How to build it for yourself and you will receive practical learning materials for children aged 9 and above
that can be built into the home school day to help your children develop the
mental muscle, gain perspective and thrive through this difficult time.

 

Please click on the PDF below to access the course 

 

Mission Statement

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At St. Anne's Roman Catholic Primary School -

We grow together as a Catholic Faith Community, as we follow and promote Gospel values in all we do.

We grow together in wisdom, as we encourage each child to achieve their full potential, academically, spiritually and socially and in a spirit of confidence.

We grow together in respect, friendship and responsibility, as we reach out to those in our wider community.

We Grow Together in God's Love.

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"St. Anne's is GDPR Compliant"

If you require any paper copies of anything documented on our website, please contact Mrs Smith or Mrs Spiller at the office.

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Father Derek would like you to know that he is thinking about you all. He is saying a daily mass in each of his churches and is including us in his prayers.

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Prayer and worship Resource

Although we can't come together to worship in school at the moment, you may wish to spend some time together as a family, reflecting on the week's liturgy.

Follow the link below for some beautiful prayer services.

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/sunday-liturgy-for-families/

 

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