TO GROW WOMEN OF SIGNIFICANCE
To be the fertile ground to nurture women of significance who will impact on others positively through their warmth, confident sense of identity, responsible use of their voice, leadership, and meaningful actions.
A Christian foundation committed to:
- Reflect: Integrity, Respect, Self-discipline
- Embrace: Intellectual Curiosity, Diversity, Collaboration
- Reach Out: Compassion, Humility, Service.
Girls joining St Anne’s enter into a rich tradition, a heritage that began in 1877 and which, to this day, is very much a part of the St Anne’s culture. As a school with a colourful and influential history, we seek to combine our long-standing traditions with progressive thinking to provide girls with a comprehensive, holistic, modern, values-driven education which will serve them well throughout their adult years.
St Anne’s is a school with traditions, without being a ‘traditional’ school. Our buildings serve as a good metaphor for this – on the outside, you’ll see the traditional red brick; take a look inside, and you’ll find modern decor, bright colours and the latest technology.
It’s this blend of tradition and transformation that sets St Anne’s apart as we nurture the 21st Century St Anne’s Old Girl who is set to make her unique mark on the modern world.
Debbie Martin was appointed as College Head in January 2021 and has a wealth of experience in all aspects of school life. She attended St Anne’s as a pupil and was Deputy Head Girl in 1981.
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Over a century of tradition shapes the lives of every St Anne's girl, creating a sisterhood that spans generations.
With a diverse range of academic, cultural, social and sporting events throughout the year, our calendar is filled with important and exciting occasions and experiences.