Welcome to St Anne’s Primary School web site.
St Anne’s Loreto is a Catholic co-educational primary school under the patronage of the Bishop of Meath.
The Mission of the school is to promote the highest possible level of education for the community of Navan and its environs.
On our site you can find lots of useful information for parents and pupils.
We look forward to seeing you all on Friday 28th August. Please follow the staggered entry time for your class and go to the gate/door allocated to your class. See here for details phased Entry and Exit Schedule
Congratulations to all of our sixth class students who graduated on Wednesday night. Here are some videos from the online graduation for family members and friends who could not attend to enjoy. Best of luck to all of the boys and girls in secondary school.
Here are some more photos from our Virtual Active Schools Week. Well done to everyone that got involved.
Well done to everyone that got involved in Active School Week this year. Here is the final challenge. Good luck!
The following is a list of teachers who will be taking the classes for 2020/’21. Where possible we have left teachers from 2019/’20 with their classes: The Speech & Language Class: Mrs. J.A. Fitzgerald. Junior Infants: Ms. N. Tobin. Senior Infants x 2: Mrs. L. Hughes & Ms. O. Blake Lynch First Classes x 2: Mrs. S. Crowe & Mrs. B. Cassidy Second Class: Ms. C. Moriarty. Third Classes x.
In preparation for school year 2020/2021 please find attached copy lists for Junior Infants-Sixth class. Please label all stationary with your child’s name and class and have it ready for our return. Copy lists 2020
Meath’s largest PE class is taking part on the 24th of June at 11 am. We encourage you all to get involved with what will be a great event. Children need to be registered for the event to take part. Just click on the link below.https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zvICrqqi_ERNnGUj96WBux5UODQ1TlgzVFFWQ01CNjhKRUtIUFpSQldBTS4u
We have more wonderful photos coming in of all the exercise you are getting in. The bottle flip challenge seems to be very popular. W
We have had a wonderful response to our daily challenges so far. We walked or ran over 750km on Monday- well above our target of 602km to cover the length of Ireland. Arm muscles are very strong in St. Anne’s with fantastic times coming in on Tuesday and the Irish long jump team are quaking in their boots with all the jumps displayed on Wednesday. Enjoy a selection of.
Dear Parents, just a reminder of our Parents Information Evening scheduled for Monday, 13th January will take place at 7pm in our hall on the forthcoming Relationships & Sexuality Education lesson content outline for your child. This will look at your role in sex education and how to communicate healthy attitudes, values & beliefs on the topic. The cost of E17 pp is absorbed by the Board of Management. Click.