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We believe St Anne’s Academy is the best choice for parents who want their child to succeed in life. St Anne’s offers a high quality education within a supportive Christian environment. The Academy is equipped with outstanding facilities and resources.

Read all about our successful recent Inspections: Ofsted May 2013 and SIAMS October 2013 by clicking on the links below and if you'd like to see a flavour of what Academy life is like for your child,  to view a presentation of some of our student learning events and activities last academic year.

Caroline Preece Principal 

 Thank you to all our parents and carers for your continued support during what, once again, has been an eventful year.

As ever at this time of year, we say goodbye to our Year 11 and Year 13 Students.  We wish all our leavers every success for the future and look forward to seeing those Year 11 Students who are joining our Sixth Form in September.

Students return to the Academy on Monday 5 September 2016 at the following times:

  • Years 7 and 12 at 08.25
  • Years 8, 9, 10 and 11 at the start of Period 2, 09.50
  • Year 13 at the start of Period 3, 11.05

With best wishes from everyone at St Anne’s Academy for an enjoyable summer break. 

Read all about our recent Inspections: Ofsted November 2015 and May 2013 and SIAMS October 2013 by clicking on the links below.  If you’d like to see a flavour of what Academy life is like for your child, click here to view a presentation of some of our learning events and activities last academic year.

Ofsted November 2015 said:

  • “Strong relationships between pupils and staff contribute to the sense of harmony around the Academy and the pupils’ acceptance of different backgrounds and views.
  • The Academy’s positive ethos contributes strongly to pupils’ good personal development and welfare.
  • The Principal and the Academy’s senior leaders provide strong leadership, with a shared strategic vision.
  • Parents have positive opinions about the Academy.
  • Governors are a committed team with a good range of experience and skills.”

Ofsted May 2013 said:

  • “This is a good school.
  • This is a very inclusive Academy.  Every student is equally valued and well cared for through the Academy’s outstanding pastoral care systems.
  • The behaviour of students and their attitude to learning is good.
  • The quality of leadership is good.”

SIAMS said:

      • "The Academy, through its distinctive Christian character, is good at meeting the needs of all learners.
      • The impact of collective worship on the Academy community is good.
      • The effectiveness of the Religious Education is good.
      • The effectiveness of the leadership and management of the school as a church school is good.
      • The Academy has an outstanding pastoral system for all students which enables the most vulnerable to succeed."

Student Leadership 2015

Academy Mission Statement


We keep Christian values at the centre of everything we do.


We strive to achieve our best.


We strive to be accepting and supportive of all students and staff and value each and every individual.


To take responsibility for our own learning.

Lifelong Learners

Developing knowledge and skillset in preparation for life as a global citizen.

Your future

Nurturing self-esteem to equip individuals with the skills and values for a successful future.

 Ofsted Nov 15
SIAMS October 2013  Performance Tables   Academy GCSE Results 2015 Prospectus 2015

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