St. Anne’s Primary School

 

About our School

 

As a Dominican school, St Anne’s Primary aims to provide forward looking education of the highest quality based on a tradition that goes back over seven hundred years of commitment to education. Our school strives to develop all aspects of the person, including a love of learning, love of others, respect for all religions and cultures, as well as a willingness to serve. The Catholic ethos of the school hopes to foster an understanding inherent in the message of Jesus when he said, “I am the way, the truth and the life …” and again, “… whatever you do to the least of these, you do to me …”

 

Through our motto of truthfulness, openness and transparency, at St Anne’s we focus on a holistic approach in educating our learners to develop their full potential. The school expects of its pupils friendliness, courtesy, the ability to reason, a sense of responsibility and a caring nature.

 

We strive to achieve quality and excellence in education and a well-disciplined child, through good parent-teacher relationships based on respect.

 

Extra-murals: Gymnastics, sports, library, computer-skills

 

 

 

Contact Information

 

Principal: Bronwyn Fisher

 

Phone: 021 705 1324

Fax: 021 705 2723

Email: sysop@stannes.wcape.school.za

Face Book: St Annes Primary School

 

Physical address:

151 Stella Road

Plumstead

 

Postal address:

151 Stella Road

Plumstead

7800

Cape Town

 

Grades: Grade R, Grade 1-7

Enrolment: Co-ed

Boarding: No

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Postal and Street Address

4 Clare Road

Wynberg

7800

Telephone:  +27 (0)21 761 6541

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Fax: +27 (0)86730 4954 

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The Cape Town Catholic Schools’ Office serves 38 schools in the Archdiocese of Cape Town as well as the Diocese of Oudtshoorn. Our network is comprised of a variety of different types of schools.  The vast majority of our schools are primary public schools on private property (PSPP’s).  We also have six secondary schools, a number of independent schools and schools that cater for children with disabilities. 

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