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Corona Virus Updates


PLEASE check class pages to access work for the children to do at home.

Also Joe Wicks is doing an online PE session for the children every day at 9 am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v-a_dpwhro 

Click on the link to join in!

KS1 there are daily phonics lessons on You Tube Ruth Miskin Read, Write, Inc 


As you may have heard in the news, we have now been instructed to close the school to almost all children after this Friday until further notice.

As advised by the government, we will do all we can to offer provision for the children of key workers (e.g. NHS staff, police, others in frontline services) and children with certain needs (please see back of this letter).

We are waiting for the government to publish more information on what this means, but it would help us in the meantime to forward plan if you could please let us know if you think your child may fall into one of these categories.  If you think that your child does and would need provision during the school closures please phone the school office as soon as you can.  Once we know the exact criteria from the government we will be able to confirm if your child fits into this category. Tonight, you should fill in the form on the back of the letter attached below if you think your child may well be included, and return it to school tomorrow.

Thank you.

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE – St Anne’s RC Primary School, Oldham

Please check your child's class page for daily work...

Should St Anne’s have to close for a period of lockdown to help fight the Corona Virus, we will take the following steps to enable the children to carry on learning:

1.    Each child has been given two blank exercise books in Y6, 5, 4, 3, 2. In Y1, Reception and Nursery they will be given one.

The Learning Book and The Project Book (ALL CLASSES): These books are the responsibility of the child and if any become lost, must be replaced.

2.    The Learning Book On the school website there will be daily tasks available which are to be completed in ‘The Learning Book’. As school will be closed, we are asking parents to help with the learning and to feedback to the child whether the task has been completed well.

When we return, all children who have completed the tasks will be given a treat in school. Lost books that are not replaced, or books that have work missing, cannot qualify for the treat.


3.    The Project Book (Y6, 5, 4, 3, 2 ONLY): Over the period of closure, each child will be expected to complete a project of their own choosing. This can be on any subject your child chooses… the current class topic, a football team, a pop group, a film, a book, an actor, a TV programme, a technology company, a radio station, Netflix, YouTube, Pope Francis, the Olympics, Ancient Egypt, Mercedes cars… absolutely anything (that is appropriate!) The expectation is that your child researches the topic and completes 1 page per school day for the topic. So if we are off for 4 weeks, then there will be 20 pages of work. Each class will give have a prize for the best one.


4.    “Easter Homework” – This was sent home last week. Please ensure your child completes it ready for their return to school.

Thank you for your understanding at this unusual time. Please stay safe.

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.

Mission Statement


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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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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