St. Anne's Catholic Primary School, Ormskirk

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12th November 19

Welcome from the Headteacher

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It gives me great pleasure to warmly welcome you to St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Ormskirk. 

St Anne’s mission statement is “Loving God in all we do”.  We firmly believe in trying to provide the best possible education and pastoral support for all our children with the teachings of Jesus Christ at the centre of all we do. 

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School is a loving school family. The essential triangle of home, school and parish aim to work tirelessly together to provide the best for our children.  St. Anne’s is a Catholic Primary School serving the parishes of St. Anne’s Ormskirk and St. Mary’s Aughton.  We are all blessed at St Anne’s to have wonderful children, teachers, parents and parishioners. 

If you are a prospective parent or a parent of children in school, we hope you find our website a useful window to life at St Anne's. Visits to school are always welcome. 

Many thanks, 

Mr Philip Bates
Headteacher

Dear parents,

Many thanks for your attendance at the 'Curriculum Information Night' on Monday 30th September 2019.  The attached presentation provides a guide to locating curriculum information on our website.

Please find attached the final report from the recent HMI monitoring visit.

The report is very fair and provides an accurate and up-to-date evaluation of St Anne's.  We are all blessed at St Anne’s to have wonderful children, teachers, parents and parishioners!

Please share with the wider school family.

Well done to our sporting stars!

Well done to our girls and boys football teams.
Our girls played brilliantly despite terrible weather conditions! Praise to for our Yr 5 and Yr 6 boys who really enjoyed playing against St Mary's.
Our Yr 6 boys team played great and won the West Lancs. competition. They will now go on to represent West Lancs. in the Liverpool Cup.

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Gospel Reflection

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31st Sunday of Ordinary Time

Luke 19: 1 - 10

 'Jesus is passing through Jericho.  A dishonet tax collector called Zacchaeus is curious about Jesus and wants to find out more.  The crowd is so large and Zacchaeus is so short he has to climb a tree so that he can see.  When Jesus reaches the tree he stops, looks up, asks Zacchaeus to come down and invite him to tea.'