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 Tuesday 8th of June our Senior classes decamped to Navan O’Mahony’s campus for our annual sports day. Although the parents were missed the atmosphere was buzzing and the children had a great day. It was lovely after all the hardship of the last year to hear the laughs and see the smiles as the children participated in a variety of sports. Even the big children (teachers) took part in.
Mrs Fox’s 3rd class took part in postponed Science week this week. Each day they completed a different experiment. On Monday they designed and made parachutes that could land an egg safely from an upstairs window. On Tuesday they made ice-cream by lowering the freezing point of ice using salt – like what happens when the roads are salted. On Wednesday they made helicopters and had a little competition to.
The student council organised a lovely day out for our senior classes on Friday. They brought each class to O’Mahony’s where the children played a variety of games and the student council taught each class how to play rounders. It was a beautiful day so the student council provided ice creams afterwards to cool down. The children had a great day.
We are delighted that Navan O’Mahonys are back training for all underage teams. We encourage as many of you as possible to get out training in the blue and white again. See the times and locations below.
Hi everyone, The girls and boys from 6th class along with Mr. Brennan wanted to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society. We are learning about the USA in Geography and so we decided to try and cycle across as many States as possible from our school yard on an exercise bike. We all get a chance to cycle in 20 minute blocks everyday while listening to music on our.
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We have been very busy in all the classes since we returned to school starting in February with our Speech & Language class, on March 1st for our Juniors to 2nd class and on March 15th for our senior pupils. The Junior classes were very lucky to get a visit from Áine Murray, author of The Pain in the Chest. 2nd class have also been very busy gardening with Ms.
Dear parents, As you are aware, all classes are using the Seesaw platform to record their homework and send to their class teacher electronically. If you wish to find out more information on this platform, please Seesaw video for parents If you require any further information or assistance please contact the school office.
There is great excitement and buzz around the school this week as we wish Mr. Brennan the very best of luck in the Leinster final against Dublin this Saturday. We are all very proud of Mr. Brennan and his achievements with the Meath Senior team this year. We will be watching and cheering him on. Up the Royals!
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