Overview

It is our view that Primary School years lay the foundations for a lifetime of learning. We recognise the importance of knowing every child and work hard to cultivate the fundamental partnership between Home and School. At St. Anne’s, education means much more than acquiring facts and figures. It is about the development of the whole person. We aim to do this by offering each child a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum, enabling them to develop skills, acquire knowledge, appreciate their creative abilities and master the challenges of physical education, by participating fully in all aspects of School life.

Parents and visitors to our School often comment on the warm and friendly welcome they receive. We aim for every child to have a happy and vibrant education at St. Anne’s, one that is caring and supportive, working in a stimulating and structured environment, where all children are encouraged to reach their full potential. Each child is valued as a unique individual.

About Us

St. Anne’s Catholic Primary school, formed in 1993, is a Voluntary Aided Catholic Primary. lt is maintained by Surrey County Council and admits children between the ages of 4-11 years.

At St. Anne’s, we try to reflect the teachings and values of Jesus Christ in all we do therefore * Christ is at the heart of our school community where every member is valued * Children are encouraged and supported in developing a loving relationship with Christ * Every child is provided with opportunities to become a confident, secure, caring individual with a love of learning. We believe that education is most effective when there is a strong partnership between school and home, teachers and parents.

As a result, we are committed to building relationships with families and the local community. St. Anne’s is housed in an attractive purpose built building with an up to date Computer Suite, Music room and Library. The school is a well resourced and beautifully maintained environment, of which the children are proud.  

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CURRENT OPENINGS

Sorry, we are currently not recruiting for any vacancies

We would love you to join our Talent Pool so we can contact you when the right vacancy arises.

Working For Us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. 

By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.

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Xavier Catholic Education Trust

St Annes Catholic Primary School (Chertsey), is part of the Xavier Catholic Education Trust

The aim of the Trust is to provide the children in our care with the best possible education within a caring and supportive Catholic ethos. The Trust has, at the centre of its mission and purpose, the belief that every child has a right to educational excellence through the provision of high quality teaching.

We will support the spiritual, moral, social, cultural and physical development of each child, as well as maximising progress, achievement and attainment to ensure their intellectual growth and fulfil their potential. 

The schools in our Multi Acadamy Trust (MAT) are:

  • Holy Family Catholic Primary School
  • St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School
  • St Augustine Catholic Primary School
  • St Charles Borromeo Catholic Primary School
  • St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School
  • St Alban's Catholic Primary School
  • St Anne's Catholic Primary School
  • Cardinal Newman Catholic Primary School
  • Salesian Catholic Secondary School
  • St John the Baptist Secondary Catholic School 
  • The Marist Catholic Primary School

Being part of the family of schools and the multi academy trust will bring significant benefits for example:

  • We will work together to train, develop and retain teachers, support staff and leaders;
  • We will have the ability to achieve economies of scale by being part of a larger buying group;
  • There will be opportunities for staff in all our schools to undertake joint training and share their expertise across schools;
  • We will be able to streamline services and provide them centrally and more cost effectively;
  • We will have the flexibility to buy in services from our own chosen providers;
  • We will be able to share resources across all our schools;
  • We will work together closely and support each other to strengthen our Catholic school.