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.
On Wednesday 13th March 5th class went to the Solstice to take part in a Tráth na gCeist event for Seachtain na Gaeilge.
n behalf of the Board of Management welcome back everyone We hope you all had a good mid-term break. Welcome to Mr Seán McKiernan to St. Anne’s Loreto. We wish him well in his career ahead. Welcome back to Mrs Hughes who takes up 2nd Class. Ms Blake-Lynch will be working in the SET team. Live Crib Prizes Congratulation to Alex Connor who was the overall winner of the Live.
From the 12th of October to the 12th of November fourth class were busy reading books to raise money for the Ms Readathon. A total of €396 was raised to help people with Multiple Sclerosis. Last week during Book Week some of the children received prizes for their generous donations and hard work. Well done fourth class!
This week is Book Week in St Anne’s and we have lots of lovely activities taking place. Each teacher will read to different classes and the classes are paired up for different activities. There is a book swop table outside Ms O’Bric’s office so feel free to leave and take a book. The Scholastic Book Fair is also in our hall until Friday and each of the classes have.
Navan Education Centre is running an Information Evening for Parents and Guardians interested or concerned about the Mental Health of Young People. This event will be held on Monday 4th March at 7pm. Please see attached flyer for more information.
Dear Parents, Since our return from midterm break there has been increased anxiety among some of our pupils regarding the Momo online challenge. WHAT IS THE MOMO CHALLENGE? The “Momo challenge” has recently started to appear on social media platforms as a form of cyber-chain letter. Chain letters provide a great deal of shock, or trigger anxiety, which prompts the reader to share the stories/ information or obey the tasks.
St Anne’s are signed up to participate in the Aldi Play Rubgy Promotion. So make sure to collect the Rugby Player stickers to be in with a chance to win €50,000 to develop our playing facilities. A primary school in each province will receive €2,500 worth of training equipment for their school, a training session with Paul O’Connell including a new set of school jerseys and Aldi branded water bottles. Every.
Please click on the link below to download the matching game for multiplication tables. Tables Matching cards game
Claremont Stadium is running a free programme for children of ages 8 years to 12 years. The aim is to help children who do not have a sport or hobby find something they would enjoy taking part in. Under the guidance of coaches, children from the ages of 8 to 12 years will discover a little about sports in our area and so help them find a sport they would.
Welcome everybody to the new school year edition of Our School Community Newsletter. Greetings to everyone for 2018/19. We would like to say a special welcome to the Junior Infants and to the new pupils who joined us here in St. Anne’s for the coming school year. We would like to welcome Ms Maguire, & Mr Smith our new school teachers and to Mr McKiernan who will join the staff.