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  • Who Should I Contact?

    If you have any general queries, please contact the school office via 01737 350012 or email via info@stannes-school.uk

    If you have any specific questions regarding your child, please contact us via email (teachers@stannes-school.uk) or make a telephone appointment via the school office.

    Our line management system is:

    Class Teacher > Phase Leader > Deputy Headteacher > Headteacher

    Phase Leader for Reception - Mrs McLennon

    Phase Leader for Years 1-3 - Miss Cooper

    Phase Leader for Years 4-6 - Mrs Ferendinos

    Deputy Headteacher – Mrs Mogan

    Headteacher – Miss Renaut

  • Safeguarding


    Keeping children safe is one of the most important parts of our work at St Anne’s. We expect all staff and visitors to share our commitment to protecting the welfare and safety of every child in our care. All children should feel happy and safe. 

    Some of the ways in which we help to keep children safe include:

    • ensuring postitive relationships between staff and children and children know who they can speak to if they have any concerns;
    • teaching children how to stay safe as part of our RSHE & wellbeing curriculum;
    • helping children to stay safe online as part of our Computing curriculum;
    • encouraging good behaviour, based on Gospel values;
    • being vigilant for signs that a child may be at risk of harm and following up any concerns rigorously;
    • following safer recruitment practices when appointing new staff;
    • providing regular safeguarding training and updates for all staff;
    • annually auditing our safeguarding provision against local authority requirements, ensuring that we meet all statutory and best practice guidelines;
    • completing risk assessments for all potentially hazardous activities (in and out of school).

    If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of any child in the school, please speak to a member of staff as a matter of urgency. Our designated safeguarding leads (DSLs) are:

    • Mrs Mogan (Main DSL)
    • Miss Renaut (Deputy DSL)
    • Mrs Harvey (Deputy DSL)
    • Mrs Spencer (Deputy DSL)

    Their role is to take lead responsibility for child protection issues in the school, including liaison with outside agencies when necessary. Safeguarding issues are always discussed at weekly leadership meetings (attended by all our DSLs). Our governing body takes a particularly close interest in all matters relating to safeguarding. There is a nominated safeguarding governor (Michelle Chapman).

    You can contact the NSPCC if you are worried that any child is being abused, either via their website (click here) or by telephone (0800 028 0285). NSPCC also has excellent advice for parents about keeping their children safe, including when online: you can find this by clicking here.

    Please also see information from The Surrey Children’s Single Point of Access (C-SPA) on what to do if you are concerned about a child here

    Child Protection and Safeguarding policy

  • Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

    St Anne’s is committed to providing an appropriate and high-quality education to all the children at our school. We believe that all children, including those identified as having special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), have a common entitlement to a broad and balanced academic and social curriculum. This curriculum should be accessible to them, and they should be fully included in all aspects of school life. Our SEND policy and documents below meet the requirements of the 2014 Children & Families Act and other relevant legislation. 

    At St Anne’s we believe quality first teaching is vital to ensure all children’s needs are met in all areas of learning. We recognise that in some cases, outside agency support and advice is needed and work alongside them to support children in their learning.  At every stage we feel it is important to work alongside parents in supporting children’s learning. 

    Our SENDCo is Mrs Smith. She is contactable by phone via the school office, by phone (01737 350012, option 3) or by email (sen@stannes-school.uk). 

    Please see the links below for more information about SEND in St Anne’s: 

    St Anne's SEND Information Report 2023

    St Anne's Whole School Provision Map Autumn 2023

    SEND Advice Surrey is a service for children and young people aged 0-25 years with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their parents/carers. 

    For free, confidential information, advice and support from an IPSEA* trained SEND advisor, please click here or see the contact details below: 

    Telephone: 01737 737300 or email: sendadvice@surreycc.gov.uk 

    *Independent Provider of Special Education Advice (registered charity no. 327691) 

    For more information about Surrey's SEND local offer, please click here.

  • Pupil Premium

    Pupil Premium

    The Pupil Premium Grant is money given to schools from the government for children who are either currently eligible for free school meals, have been eligible at any point in the last six years or children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. A smaller amount is allocated to provide some additional support to children of service families.

    Our aim in spending the Pupil Premium Grant is to accelerate academic progress and to enhance children’s life experiences.

    We decide how the money is best allocated in order to meet the needs of these children. This additional funding is used in a number of ways, including 1-1 academic support, group academic support, emotional support and financial assistance with residential trips, outings and clubs.

    We would encourage any parent or carer who thinks their child may be eligible for pupil premium funding to complete the form here and return it to the school office. Alternatively, you can contact the school office for further information. This funding helps to provide great support for children and any discussions had with parents will be confidential.

    Please find our pupil premium strategy here (December 2022). 

  • School Policies
  • School Day

    Children enter the site from 8:30am. 

    Registration: 8:45am

    End of day: 3:10pm (slow pick-up from 3pm)

  • School Meals

    For Juniors, the cost of school meals is £2.60 per day. All payments for school meals must be made online at https://www.parentpay.com/Parents/Login/ .

    Access the weekly school lunch menu by clicking on the links below, copies are noramly available from the school office.

    Bespoke menu week 1

    Bespoke menu week 2

    Bespoke menu week 3

    Children in the Infants (YR - Y2) are not required to pay for school meals.

    To pay online:

    Payment can be made at any time with a debit card and confirmation instantly reaches both you and the school. Payment is made through a secure site. You may pay for more than one child at the school at the same time. You may access the payment site in the following way:

    To save this site for future use, you can put it in the Favourites folder in your browser window.

  • School Uniform

    School Uniform

    Please note that all school uniform is now available to purchase from The Kit Shop Online - please click on this link to the shop:

    The PTA also holds uniform sales throughout the year so you can buy second hand uniform.

    The summer school uniform is:

    • Blue and white striped summer dress, school jumper with logo, white socks, black school shoes.
    • Grey shorts with pale blue shirt, grey socks, school jumper with logo and navy blazer (optional) or navy coat, black school shoes.  Pale blue polo shirt for Reception. School tie for years 1- 6.

    The winter school uniform is:

    • Grey pinafore dress or grey skirt with a pale blue shirt (polo shirt for Reception), school jumper with logo, grey socks, black school shoes. School tie for years 1- 6.
    • Grey trousers with pale shirt, (polo shirt for Reception) grey socks, school jumper with logo, grey socks and black school shoes. Navy blazer (optional) or navy coat. School tie for years 1- 6.

    PE Kit:

    • Navy blue shorts or jogging bottoms, navy blue polo shirt with plain navy sweatshirt. White socks with plain white or black trainers.
  • Term Dates
  • Useful Websites

    Organisations linked to our school:

    St Ann's Catholic Church, the parish in which we are located

    St John's Catholic Church, the other local parish we serve

    The Congregation of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God, the religious order that founded the school

    More information about our school on the web:

    Official information about our school

    A link to our most recent Ofsted report

    A link to our most recent Catholic Schools Inspection (on RE and the Catholic identity of the school)

    Other useful websites:

    ParentPay (log in required)

    Mathletics (log in required)

    The BBC Bitesize website with lots of curriculum activities

    NSPCC website (useful advice for keeping children safe)

  • Google Classroom

    Children in Years 1 - 6 have access to Google Classroom both at home and in school. In the event that a child should need to work from home, all their remote learning will be here.

    To access Google Classroom, please visit classroom.google.com The children should have a username and password to log in.

    For further help with logging in and submitting work, please read this.

    Our Google Classroom code of conduct is here

  • Data Protection

    St Anne's Catholic Primary School strives to comply fully with the requirments of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that:

    • we process data lawfully, fairly and transparently;
    • we only collect data for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes;
    • data is limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which it is processed;
    • data is accurate and kept up to date;
    • data is held securely and only retained for as long as is necessary for the reasons it was collected.

    The GDPR also gives individuals better control over their personal data. Individuals have the right:

    • to be informed about how their data is used;
    • to have access to their data;
    • to rectify incorrect information;
    • to have their data erased;
    • to restrict how their data is used;
    • to move their data from one organisation to another;
    • to object to their data being used at all.

    Our data protection officer (DPO), who provides us with professional advice and support, is SPS Data Protection Officer (sps-dpo-services@isystemsintegration.com).

    You can read our privacy notice for parents and carers (which also covers pupils) by clicking here. This explains the range of data that we collect about children, why we need it and how it is used.

    You can read our data protection policy by clicking here.

    We comply with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act by following the ICO's model publication scheme.

  • Dealing With Concerns

    Dealing with concerns - a guide for parents

    The Catholic Church regards parents as the first educators of their children. At St Anne’s, all members of staff are fully committed to this viewpoint and seek to work in close collaboration with you over all aspects of your child’s education and pastoral care.

    Most of the time, things go smoothly. However, on occasions we recognise that you may have a concern over something that has happened at school. In these instances, we never want you to worry unnecessarily and encourage you to make contact with us to discuss your concern as soon as possible. It is difficult for us to investigate properly an incident or problem that has happened some time ago.

    We always welcome suggestions for improving our work in the school. Be assured that no matter what you want to tell us, our support and respect for you and your child in the school will not be affected in any way.

    Your initial contact is likely to be with your child’s class teacher, though she or he may suggest another member of staff is better placed to deal with your concern. Please contact the class teacher in the usual way (via the school office or email: teachers@stannes-school.uk). It is helpful if you can give an overview of your concern at this point so that the teacher can prepare for a meeting with you.

    Once you have met the class teacher, you or she may decide that a more senior member of staff needs to become involved; this will usually be the relevant phase leader - Mrs McLennon for Reception, Miss Cooper for Year 1 - 3,  or Mrs Ferendinos for Years 4 - 6 - or it might be Mrs Smith in her role as SENDCo. More time may also be needed to properly investigate your concern before it can be satisfactorily resolved.

    We recognise the need to be clear about the difference between a concern and a complaint. Taking informal concerns seriously at the earliest stage reduces the number that develop into formal complaints. We aim to ensure that concerns are handled, if at all possible, without the need for formal procedures. Our complaints procedure is only necessary if efforts to resolve the concern informally are unsuccessful. In most cases, the process outlined above will effectively address your concerns.

    We follow the complaints procedure developed by Surrey County Council. Once you have given the opportunity to the relevant member of staff to resolve your complaint but you are unhappy with the outcome, the next stage is to refer the complaint to the headteacher, Miss Renaut. She will investigate and report back to you. If you are still unhappy at this point, governors become involved. You can find full details of our complaints procedure by clicking here.

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