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Our Welcome Meetings will be held week beginning 20th September. Please see details below.
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Welcome Meetings

Year group teachers will lead a virtual meeting for parents during the w/c 20th September detailing learning for the year and sharing other helpful information. Zoom links will be sent in the year group weekly emails nearer the time.

The dates and times of the meetings are as follows:

Monday 20th September: Year 6 at 7pm

Tuesday 21st September: Reception at 6pm & Year 1 at 7pm

Wednesday 22nd September: Year 2 at 6pm & Year 3 at 7pm

Thursday 23rd September: Year 4 at 6pm & Year 5 at 7pm

Who should I contact?

If you have any questions, please do contact us via email (teachers@) or make a telephone appointment via the school office.

 

Our line management system is:

Class Teacher > Phase Leader > Deputy Headteacher > Headteacher

Lower Phase Leader for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 – Mrs McLennon (Mon-Thu) & Mrs Smith (Fri)

Upper Phase Leader for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 - Mrs Ferendinos

Deputy Headteacher – Miss Reddy

Headteacher – Miss Renaut

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  • The Year of St Joseph - Growing Together in Faith

    Pope Francis decrees Year of St Joseph 

    Pope Francis declared that this is a special Year of St Joseph to mark the 150th anniversary of Bl Pius IX’s proclamation of St Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church.

    The Year of St Joseph will run from Tuesday, 8 December 2020, to Wednesday, 8 December 2021.

    In an Apostolic Letter, Patris corde – With a father’s heart – Pope Francis describes the guardian of Our Lord as beloved, tender and loving, obedient, accepting father; one, who is both courageous and industrious, content to live and work “in the shadows” while he protected and provided for our Lord and Our Lady.

    “His patient silence was the prelude to concrete expressions of trust,” Pope Francis wrote in the Letter. “Our world today needs fathers,” he said. “It has no use for tyrants who would domineer others as a means of compensating for their own needs,” and “rejects those who confuse authority with authoritarianism, service with servility, discussion with oppression, charity with a welfare mentality, power with destruction.”

    Vatican News explains that Pope Francis wrote the letter “against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic” and seeks to articulate some of the manifold ways in which the global emergency has laid bare to us out interdependence and our common humanity.

    “Each of us,” Pope Francis wrote, “can discover in Joseph – the man who goes unnoticed, a daily, discreet and hidden presence – an intercessor, a support and a guide in times of trouble. Saint Joseph reminds us that those who appear hidden or in the shadows can play an incomparable role in the history of salvation.”

    “A word of recognition and of gratitude,” Pope Francis wrote, “is due to them all.”

    The Letter concludes with a prayer to St Joseph, reproduced here below in its official English translation:

    Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
    Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
    To you God entrusted his only Son;
    in you Mary placed her trust;
    with you Christ became man.

    Blessed Joseph, to us too,
    show yourself a father
    and guide us in the path of life.
    Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
    and defend us from every evil.  Amen.

    In St Anne’s, the Children have been discovering St Joseph who Pope Francis’ describes as, ‘an unnoticed man, a daily, discreet and hidden presence – an intercessor, a support and a guide in times of trouble and produced through various mediums including art, poetry and written word, their interpretation of this special saint.

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  • Admissions

    Admissions Policies and supplementary information forms

    St Anne’s School is a Catholic, Voluntary Aided Primary school in the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton. We serve the parishes of St Ann’s in Banstead and St John the Evangelist in Tadworth. The Governors aim to offer a distinctively Catholic education for children of rising 5 years of age to 11 years of age. They expect parents to uphold the Catholic character and ethos of the school. These expectations are reflected in our admissions policy, which gives full details of the criteria we apply when admitting children into the school.

    Procedures for admission for 2021-22

    It was so lovely so many of you were able to join us for our virtual open morning. The PowerPoint, questions and answers and photos of the school are available to view above. We are also happy to answer any questions via the school office or admissions2021@stannes-school.uk. 

    How to apply for a place in Reception 2021/2022

    Parents who wish to apply for a place for their child need to complete two separate application forms. One is obtained from the LA (Local Authority, Surrey for most parents) in which the parents live. This form is normally completed on-line; the Surrey form will be available from Monday 2nd November. The other is obtained from the school and enables us to collect the information we need in order to apply our admissions policy and supplementary information form (SIF) fairly. Both forms must be completed and returned before the published closing date for applications (Friday 15th January 2021). The SIF must be returned to the school office. 

    Appeals process for entry in 2021-22

    The national offer date is 16th April 2021. If you wish to appeal a decision, this must be lodged by 17th May 2021. Appeals lodged after this date will be heard within 40 school days of the appeal deadline or 30 days of being lodged whichever is the later date. 

    In year admissions

    If you would like to apply for a place in a year group other than reception, you can do so by completing the Surrey County Council in year admission form, which you can find by clicking here. You also need to complete the school's supplementary information form click here, which you can find at the end of our admission policy for 2020-21, which you can access by clicking here.

    Appeals for in year or immediate entry

    Appeals resulting from in year admission applications will be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.

    You can find a zoomable map of the parish boundary for St Ann's, Banstead, by clicking here and one for St John the Evangelist, Tadworth, by clicking here.

    Admissions in 2021-22

    Please click here to view our Admissions Policy for 2021-22
    Please click here to view our Supplementary Information Form (SIF) for 2021-22

    Admissions in 2022-23

    Please click here to view our Admissions Policy for 2022-23
    Please click here to view our Supplementary Information Form (SIF) for 2022-23

 
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