About us

St. Anne’s Primary School is a co-educational primary school under the patronage of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin, whose patron is the Archbishop of Dublin.There are thirty-three full time teachers including the Principal, resource teachers, learning support teachers, language support teachers, HSCL teacher and support teacher employed in the school. Our school is a vertical school for boys and girls which caters for the full range of classes from junior infants to sixth class.

St. Anne’s ethos is based on the principle of respect for oneself, for others and for our environment, so that a positive and co-operative school atmosphere prevails.

St. Anne’s Primary School opens to all pupils at 8.50 a.m. Monday – Friday. School ends for Junior and Senior Infants at 1.30 p.m. daily and for all other classes at 2.30 p.m. daily.

Useful information for parents
St.Anne’s Primary School opens to all pupils at 8.50 a.m Monday – Friday. School ends everyday for Junior and Senior Infants at 1.30 p.m and for all other classes at 2.30 p.m.

In the morning, children line up with their class when the bell goes at 8.50 and enter through their class door. Late comers must enter at reception and sign in.

If your child needs to leave school early, they must be collected from reception and signed out.Children are not available from reception from 1.20-1.30 or 2.20-2.30

Break times are 10.30 – 10.45 and 12.30 – 12.55. Children will not be available for collection at these times. Please notify the class teacher in the morning if you are going to collect your child early.

Children enrolled in St. Anne’s P.S are required to co-operate with and support the schools Code of Behaviour as well as all other policies – copies of all policies are available in the Principals office.

For the Health and Safety of our pupils, parents and staff, the BOM, has declared St. Anne’s School and grounds a NO-SMOKING area. Your co-operation would be greatly appreciated.

Due to Child Protection guidelines parents and visitors are not permitted to take photographs inside the building or on the grounds of St. Anne’s Your co-operation would be greatly appreciated.

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