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.
It is with profound sadness that we report the tragic & untimely passing of our past pupil Michael (Mikey) Leddy. Mikey spent his primary school years in St. Anne’s Loreto P.S. and graduated only three years ago locally to St. Patrick’s C.S. The St. Anne’s staff remember him fondly for his broad smile, his hard work and enthusiastic participation in many activities most notably on the sports fields where he.
Mr. Mc Kiernan’s 5th class pupils have been working hard on publishing reports on an animal of their choice over the past few weeks. Meanwhile, Ms. Moriarty’s 1st class were busy observing the lifecycle of a butterfly. On Friday, both classes gathered together in the sunshine. 5th class presented their animal reports while 1st class pupils presented their reports on butterflies. It was a great learning experience, enjoyed by all. .
We look forward to welcoming our new Junior Infant classes in September Please click on the links below to download all the information you need Induction Pack 2019 School Services & Copy List 2019 Calendar of School Holidays 2019/2020 Parent’s Guide to Better Internet Click on the Webwise link to access resources and advice for parents, as well as information on different apps and games.
On Tuesday the 7th of May Ms. Dervan’s fourth class were invited to Trim Castle Co. Meath for the “Launch FAI AGM”. On Tuesday morning the buses were outside the school at 9:10am, we left at 9:15am and arrived at Trim at 10:00am. Before everyone from the FAI arrived we went to the Meath Heritage Centre to do a fun interactive workshop to learn about the history of Trim Castle..
Dear Parent, Please click on this link below to view a letter we have been asked to share on behalf of Tusla the Child and Family Agency (Tusla). Tusla letter for Parents/Guardians The letter advises parents/guardians that on the 18th February 2019, the Child Care Act 1991 (Early Years Services) (Registration of School Age Services) Regulations 2018 came into effect and services that provide after school childcare must now register.
Our girls soccer team progressed from the qualifying stage to the county finals on Thursday 28th March. Upon their quest for glory they defeated St. Nicholas Primary School, St. Joseph’s NS Boyerstown, Kentstown NS, Gaelscoil Thulach na nÓg and Rathbeggan NS. We were back in action on the 10th April in the county final stage where we faced Scoil Oilibhéir Naofa, Bohermeen and Scoil Cholmcile Skyrne. We were unlucky to.
The St Anne’s boys’ soccer team produced a great performance in the MDL on Thursday 4th of April, representing the school extremely well in the 5 a-side competition. The boys topped their group with comprehensive wins over Ard Rí, Rathbeggan B and Skryne, as well as a hard fought 2-1 win against Yellow Furze. The team comprised of CJ Cashin, Christopher Stapleton, Sean Keogh, Nathan Baran, Seán Betson, Maxwell Olufisoye,.
This year are holding our Marathon Relay Fundraiser again on Friday 3rd May in Navan O’Mahony’s. This is a fantastic event which involves the whole school, pupils and staff!! Our school will run, walk, hop, skip, march, etc. the distance of a Marathon, i.e. 42,195 metres. This will be done in the format of a relay with each pupil covering approximately 130 metres each. The full event will be completed.
The St. Anne’s boys Under 11 team and their coach Mr Brennan are celebrating after winning a bronze medal at the Meath Olympic Handball Championship. The boys topped their group after fantastic victories over Skryne, Yellow Furze and Carnaross. Unfortunately they missed out on a place in the final after losing a tight battle in the semi-finals to Yellow Furze. St. Paul’s of Ratoath stood between the boys and a.