Please use Raine Street or the church carpark when dropping off or collecting your child. Do not use the staff parking area as this area is used by couriers and taxis and is not a safe area for children. If you park on the opposite side of Raine street please use the patrolled crossing to ensure children are kept safe. …
Please use Raine Street or the church carpark when dropping off or collecting your child, do not use the school driveway. If you park on the opposite side of Raine Street use the patrolled crossing to ensure children are kept safe. The crossing is supervised from 8.40 to 9am each morning and from 3.00 to 3.15 each afternoon. The school staff …
Children are involved in recycling at school and all classroom rubbish is gathered and sorted by pupils in the recycling shed. This is collected by the Wanganui District Council. Leftover lunches are to be taken home so that parents can monitor what children are eating.
Bookclub orders are sent home twice a term. Scholastic donate a percentage of their sales to us which we used to purchase library books.
A representative is elected from each class to form a school council. The council meets once a month to provide a student voice in the school. A group of Year 8 pupils are also nominated as health promotion representatives on to this council.
Government funding does not cover the costs of the standard of education we offer your children. Some optional activities will require a fee to be paid. We also request donations to cover the cost of some activities. Fees will be requested at the beginning of each year.
We require your written authorisation to administer medication at school. All medication must be handed to the office for safekeeping. If a child becomes sick or is injured we will contact you, if no one is able to be contacted we will act on your behalf.
Rationale To ensure the gospel values and teachings of Jesus Christ, as contained within the practices, worship and doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, are taught and expressed within the St Anne’s Catholic School community. To provide an atmosphere where the staff, parents and children will experience a Catholic faith community; where prayer and reflection form an integral part of …
Various sports are offered to students throughout the year including netball, touch, volleyball, basketball, soccer. We welcome and often require parents as coaches to assist us. Please ask at the office. We are involved in contributing schools events and Rippa rugby for Y5/6 children and also Intermediate events including Super Six.
Stationery packs will be available to purchase at Meteor Printers Whanganui.