Welcome to St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary School. We are the only Church of England school in the area, welcoming pupils from the local community and further afield. Our school's size ensures small classes and lots of individual care and attention for every child. Every member of staff knows each child well and we are proud to work in partnership with families to ensure that our children reach their full potential in a supportive and encouraging environment.
We strongly believe that our pupils' prospects are enhanced by a strong working relationship between parents, teachers, governors and the Church itself and we are proud of the tremendous commitment of so many people who contribute to the success of our school.
We have a proud history and connections with St Anne's CE church. To find out more please visit the St Annes Fulshaw Church of England's page.
- To provide high quality education for all our children.
- To foster genuine and active partnerships with parents, Church and local community.
- To develop confidence, self esteem and respect for all in a calm and well disciplined environment.
- To encourage everyone to care for others and develop a sense of social responsibility.
- To provide and promote participation in a range of appropriate and stimulating extra curricular activities.
Our School Ethos
- All members of this school are valued equally:
Whether child or adult,
Black or white, boy or girl.
Whatever they look like,
House they live in, God they pray to.
However they speak. Wherever they were born.
When talking to each other we always show respect for each other as individuals.
- And we always show respect for each other's property and that of our community inside and outside of our school.
Investors in People (2007, 2004, 2001)
Practice at the school is measured against the Investors in People Standard and against the 'plan, do, review cycle' and progress is assessed every three years. Key strengths in this year's review were:
- Effective communications
- Strong and insightful leadership and management
- Strong commitment to staff development
- Empowered staff
- Improvements in team working and colleagues supporting each other
- Increasing use of external networks
- Good evidence of effective learning and development activity resulting in benefits to individual and school performance
School Achievement Award (1999, 2000, 2001)
The scheme was originally developed to celebrate the achievements of schools that have either made significant improvement or are high performing. The awards were given out for three years and St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary school received one each year.
Cheshire Healthy Schools Partnership
A healthy school promotes physical and emotional health by providing accessible and relevant information and equipping pupils with the skills and attitudes to make informed decisions about their health. It understands the importance of investing in health to assist in raising levels of pupil achievement and improving standards. It also recognises the need to provide both a physical and social environment that is conducive to learning.