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Maths Week 2018

From the 14th to 18th of May, the children and staff participated in Maths Week 2018. The week focused on taking a cross curricular approach to mathematics. Teachers carefully planned creative lessons with the aim of incorporating mathematics into other subject areas. Taking a cross curricular approach brought mathematics to life and enabled the girls…

STEM Week 2018

STEM Week 2018

The children and staff recently participated in our second annual STEM Week. Throughout the week, the children took part in a range of investigative activities to encourage mathematical and scientific thinking and problem solving. They also listened to a range of guest speakers and participated in workshops such as Robotics, which was led by the…

Paperless Day

Paperless Day

St Anthony’s Girls went paperless to celebrate Earth Day 2018. The environmental club decided that our school would go a whole day without using paper to raise our global ecological awareness. We used chalk and whiteboards, went on a nature walk and made a pledge to reduce the amount of plastic we use in our everyday lives….



Schools and educational settings all across the country joined together in celebrating high-quality tales and storytelling during Book Week 2018! We celebrated a terrific Book Week championing everything to do with favourite books, stories and storytelling, carrying out a variety of book-related activities! We know that storytelling, and story-listening, is a great way to build…

Yoga and Mindfulness- Health and Wellbeing Week

From the 15th to 19th of January, children and staff participated in our second annual Health and Wellbeing Week. Throughout the week children participated in a range of activities to encourage healthy bodies and minds. Health and Wellbeing Week aims to promote life long habits to provide the girls with the tools to have a…


Last week, we celebrated some of the different festivals that occur across world religions during this time of the year. Firstly, Reception and Year 1 and 2 started by looking back to October and the Hindu festival of Diwali, which is a very important holiday in India. It is a Hindu ‘festival of lights’ which…

We are Ofsted Outstanding!

Following our recent Ofsted Inspection,  we are pleased to announce that we have been judged as “Outstanding” in all areas inspected. Laura Flannery, Headteacher of St Anthony’s School for Girls commented “We are exceptionally proud to be recognised as an Outstanding School. We have worked closely with our parents, staff, Governors, and sister school, St…


The month of November saw UK Parliament Week celebrated in schools across the country. UK Parliament Week is an annual festival that engages people from across the UK with Parliament, explores what it means to them and empowers them to get involved. In school we used this as a great opportunity to further explore ideas of citizenship,…

Headteacher’s Blog: Creating Independent Learners

The arrival of a new Reception cohort this term once again delighted and amazed me. Each year I seem to forget just how young our children are when they begin full-time, formal education – some turning the age of four just days before the start of the school year. These young ladies have enrolled with…

Buddy’s Big Workout NSPCC Charity Event

On Friday 22nd September, the pupils at St. Anthony’s Girls will be taking part in a sponsored workout in support of the NSPCC. The pupils will work through a circuit of sprints, skipping and throwing – all completed within a set time frame for a healthy fundraising activity! Thank you to all our our parents…