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St. Anne's School, Alderney

Inspired to Learn... Supported to Succeed

St. Anne's School, Alderney

Inspired to Learn... Supported to Succeed

St. Anne's School, Alderney

Inspired to Learn... Supported to Succeed

St.Anne's School, Alderney

Inspired to Learn... Supported to Succeed

Welcome from our Headteacher, Mrs Wendy Wilson

Thank you for visiting the St. Anne’s School website. This is a tremendously exciting time for everyone associated with the school, as we go from strength to strength as part of the wider federation of schools in Guernsey.

At St. Anne’s School, we believe in the power of education to change young people’s lives and we aim to be inclusive and cater for the needs of all of our pupils.

We will achieve this with inspirational teaching, excellent pastoral care and a wide range of extra-curricular activities that will enable our pupils to become well-rounded, confident young people who have an impact on the world.

Excellence is a thread that runs throughout St. Anne’s School and as the only school on the island of Alderney, we are also committed to excellence in everything we do, to meet the needs of our pupils who are an integral part of our unique community. We believe the school is at the heart of the community, with the community at its heart.

Our mission statement, “Inspired to Learn… Supported to Succeed”, highlights our commitment to ensuring our pupils achieve the best academic standards possible for them as individuals.

We celebrate achievement in all its forms and aim to help your child define what excellence looks like for them. We believe that this can only be done together in partnership, bringing together the combined expertise of our partners in Guernsey, you as parents and of course, the desire of our pupils to achieve wonderful outcomes.

We will work hard to ensure that our pupils feel a strong sense of belonging and pride both in their school and our local community and are proud to be St. Anne’s School pupils as global citizens.

Wendy Wilson BA(Hons) NPQH PGCE


Vision : junior school pupils
St.Anne's School, Alderney

Our Vision

Our school is a place of learning where everyone’s UNCRC* Rights are valued and positively supported. We will enable the children to take responsibility for their learning to achieve their full potential

We will endeavour to do this by;

  • Everyone having a right to feel safe and secure (Article 3 & 6)
  • Respecting everyone and being respectful (Article 1 &2)
  • Developing a love of learning and be inspired and motivated to achieve our personal best (Article 28 & 29)
  • Ensuring that the children have an active voice (Article 12)

*United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Autumn House Points