St Anne's Catholic High School for Girls
Enfield, United Kingdom
About St Anne's Catholic High School for Girls
St Anne’s is a girls-only, comprehensive, Roman Catholic secondary school with sixth form spread across two campuses. The upper site campus is in Palmers Green, London, and the lower site campus in Enfield. It is a voluntary aided state school in the Archdiocese of Westminster. The school will provide 1,089 places for secondary and sixth form students between the ages of 11-18, when fully subscribed.
The school was founded in September 1994 as an amalgamation of The Holy Family Convent School and St Angela’s RC School, two other faith schools.
Values and Vision
One of the key values of St Anne’s is “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with your God.” It prides itself as an excellent school at offering both academic success and spiritual development, allowing girls of all different abilities and academic starting points to reach their goals. It believes that every person involved in the school, be they students, parents, staff or governors, are an important part for the running of the school, and that everyone involved must work hard to help its girls meet the challenges of 21st century.
“The headteacher is inspirational. Leaders at all levels, including governors, have the highest expectations and ambition for pupils. Pupils at the school achieve exceptionally well. Pupils and parents speak extremely positively about the quality of leadership, teaching and support given from all members of staff. The transition work, the excellent care and pupils’ high achievement all combine so that pupils of all ages are successfully prepared for the next steps in their learning or careers.”
To read our latest Ofsted report, click here.
The quality of teaching is outstanding. Teachers know their pupils well and plan their learning activities highly effectively.- Ofsted December 2016