Church School

Being a church school is a privilege. We aim to equip our children to become ambassadors for Christ. The Christian ethos of St Anne’s means that our core values of faithfulness, forgiveness, love, respect, hope, and thankfulness are at the heart of all that we do.
We enjoy close links with St Anne’s Church, attending worship there regularly. Reverend Rod spends time with us at church and in school. He is a familiar face in our community and provides pastoral support to families and staff.

You can read more about church schools by clicking here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate in speaking to the Headteacher, any member of staff, Reverend Rod Bevan or a school Governor.  St Anne’s Church also have their own Facebook page, click here to visit their site.

Our latest SIAMS Report is available by clicking here.


Our RE Curriculum

At St Anne’s we follow the agreed syllabus from Manchester Diocese through school. This includes non-Christian faiths as well as a focus on Christianity.

Working with the Faith Friends team enables us to learn about other world faiths. We place great importance on this, living together in a multi-faith society.

Regular Church Activities

You can visit the Facebook page of St Anne’s church at where there are lots of updates, including how worship is led during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Weekly Worship

Come along and and join us on Sundays. We meet at 10.30am and 6.30pm.

Patter & Natter

This takes place on Thursdays, 9-11.30am. The session offers a range of activities for pre-school children and their carers. There is ‘time for me’ for the adults which includes the services of a hairdresser, massage, nails and eye-brow tinting. Activities for children include free play, craft, music, healthy eating and teddy bear’s picnic.

Kids Rock

Music sessions with a highly skilled practitioner for young children and their carers. This takes place on Thursdays at 1.30pm during school term time.