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.

Meath champions O’Mahony’s visit St Anne’s

We had a special visit today, (Wednesday 22nd) from the Meath Senior Football Champions, local Navan club O’Mahony’s. The members of the team who brought the Keegan Cup into St Anne’s were David Bray, Stephen O’Toole, Rory Ó Coileain, James O’Malley, David Nelson (manager), Sharon Nelson and of course our very own Mr Brennan. The children from 2nd-6th class gathered in the hall and then the team went to visit.

Board of Management Nominee

Don’t forget to submit your vote for Board of Management (Dad) Nominee. All ballots must be handed into the school office by Friday 24th October. There are 2 nominees Liam Bromley and Stephen O’ Rourke. Best of luck to both nominees.

Parents’ Association Meeting 22/9/14

St Anne’s first PA meeting was held on 22nd September at 8pm. Click on the link below to read the minutes from the meeting. PA minutes – 22nd September 2014  

October news 2nd class (Mrs O’Sullivan/Mrs Gibbons)

October has been a busy month in second class. We had our Enrolment Mass for our First Holy communion  on Sunday 5th October. We practised our responses and made sure Fr. Kevin could hear us on the day. We have been improving our rugby skills every Tuesday with the Navan Rugby coach Brian. Some of us have been asking our parents to allow us to join the club and go training every.

School news

There was a break in to the school on Sunday 12th Oct. A window was broken and 1 laptop was stolen. The  school alarm was instantly activated. Thankfully nothing else was stolen nor any further damage caused. The Gardaí have been informed. A special thank you to Eddie our caretaker for doing the clean up on Sunday.

September news 6th class (Mrs Houlihan)

We enjoyed active science in September, making detailed drawings of all the mini-beasts we discovered in our school environment as well as examining them using the view finder. We enjoyed the good weather whilst sitting out sketching the front garden using pastels. We have completed projects on Deserts, which linked into our creative Recount writing, has led to some very interesting essays!!! Nicola Pierce provided an excellent hour in the.

GAA semi-final

St Anne’s GAA team will play Cannistown on Wednesday 22nd October at 3.15pm in Walterstown GAA. This is the Meath Cumann na mBunscol semi-final and all support is greatly welcomed. Wear your red colours to support our team and help us make St Anne’s history!!   Players; remember to wear your school tracksuit, bring your shorts, socks, boots, gloves, gumshield and water. The team will travel to the game by bus and players can.

September news 4th class (Ms Mellon)

We have been very busy since returning to school in September. we have settled into our new classroom well and are learning lots of new things. In Maths we recently carried out some school surveys. We created bar charts, bar line graphs and pictograms using the information we collected. It seems our senior classes are most afraid of rats and our juniors just love the movie ‘Frozen’. In Science we.

School Walk

The School Sponsored Walk & The Green Flag Launch was on Friday 10th October. It was a HUGE success for the wider St Anne’s School Community. The weather stayed in our favour. All the pupils, staff & parents participated in the sponsored walk and had great fun. On return to the school, the pupils received all their treats. The launch of the Green Flag was a huge success. Thank you.

Green Flag

This is the school’s fourth Green Flag and it is the Transport Flag. This flag involves the wider Community of St Anne’s including the parents, children and staff. It is being met with great support. It encourages staff, pupils and parents to walk and cycle more to school. The Transport Flag is being driven by the enthusiasm and passion of the Student Council in the school, the teachers, the parents.

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