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St Anne`s Catolic Primary School
Wellington Road, CW5 7DA, UK Nantwich
Tel. 01270 625100

Welcome to St Anne’s Catholic Primary School

St. Anne's Catholic Primary School

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Nantwich has served the community since the end of the last century. The original school was built in 1892. This was replaced in 1968 by the present building on Wellington Road. We have pleasant surroundings with lawns and playing fields. Our building is traditional in design with large well-equipped classrooms

We are all proud of St Anne’s and what we achieve. We are a living, caring community serving not only Catholics but also other denominations from around the town. We provide a strong positive service to the wider community in teaching and up-holding Christian standards and values. The aim of our school is to provide all our children with a complete education, a love of learning, an enthusiasm for life and knowledge and love of God. Although there is a lot of practical and useful information enclosed, it is not possible to encapsulate in a few pages all that happens here at St Anne’s. We do hope that it helps with those first daunting steps that lead from the home into a wider world, and gives you an idea of our high standards of care and expectation and also of the nature of the Catholic education we offer.


  • To foster the children’s faith by making prayer, worship and liturgy real educational experiences, and to develop a true Christian concern for each other in the school community and beyond

  • To educate children in the Catholic faith and to try to ensure that each child progresses in his / her faith journey  

  • To help the children appreciate the value of strong, loyal relationships and to be responsible and self-disciplined  

  • To offer equality of opportunity in all areas of school life  

  • To nurture and develop in our children a sense of awe and wonder through a range of experiences and open their minds to the world around them  

  • To enable each child to achieve his / her full potential in all aspects of development; personal, social, spiritual, moral, intellectual and cultural, in a safe, secure and supported environment


Homework is set for children from Early Years through to Year Six.

We believe that Homework has the potential to raise standards by :

  • Increasing the time given for re-enforcing basic skills
  • Extending coverage of the National Curriculum
  • Improving study skills.
  • Improving attitudes to learning
  • Involving Parents in the learning process.

We believe it is the responsibility of our class teachers to:

  • Plan Homework as an integral part of curriculum planning with clear links to class work.
  • To set tasks matched to the abilities of pupils.
  • To follow up with children and Parents when there are difficulties over the completion and return of homework
  • To ensure that Homework is marked or checked as appropriate.

Homework set may be to consolidate class work, to leave pupils to pursue their own lines of enquiry or practice a specific skill. The tasks may include factual or imaginative writing, reading, spelling, learning, revising, illustration, research, practical activities or even thinking.

There are many ways in which you as parents / carers can help your child: encouraging and supporting; checking presentation, handwriting and spelling; testing what has been set to learn, listening to reading, asking about research or topic work and encouraging a prompt return of work into school. These are all ways of helping and supporting your child to appreciate the importance of homework, and see homework as an extension to class work.

Of course, children work at different speeds and so doing homework can take longer for some than others. If there is a repeated problem over homework, we encourage parents / carers to get in touch with your child’s class teacher. Similarly, we shall get in touch with you if we feel there are frequent problems over homework which you could help us resolve.

We ask that you support us in seeing that homework is done conscientiously, in the best possible conditions and returned promptly to school. Homework is recorded at Key Stage 2 in a Homework Diary. We ask that parents / carers check and sign it each week. It will be monitored by your child’s class teacher.

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