HOME INFORMATION EYFS PRIMARY SECONDARY SPANISH EDU. EXTRACURRICULAR EVENTS

ST. ANNE´S SCHOOL, S.A.U, CIF A78527827

AVENIDA ALFONSO XIII, 162, 28016 MADRID

Teléfono: 91 345 90 60 Fax: 91 345 36 68.

Registro Mercantil de Madrid, Tomo 2630, Libro 0, Folio 29 Sección 8, Hoja M-45679, Inscripción 10

AVISO LEGAL  -  POLÍTICA DE PRIVACIDAD

The Secondary Years

St. Anne’s School is committed to providing quality education. We offer a wide range of learning opportunities to all our students in academic, social, cultural and sporting activities, in order to encourage all our students to realise their full potential, to recognise and appreciate excellence, to develop reasoned attitudes, values and beliefs, to respect other races, religions and cultures, to seek success and to accept for themselves the highest standards of work and behaviour.


We strive for success through positive staff-student relationships, a safe, happy and disciplined environment, strengthening partnerships with parents and the wider community and the recruitment and training of a committed and well established staff.


In St. Anne’s School  we attempt to provide an education that encourages every student in the school to realise their potential, to recognise and appreciate quality, to seek success and to accept for himself or herself the value of the highest standards of work and behaviour.


Mission Statement


St. Anne’s School is committed to providing quality education. We offer a wide range of learning opportunities to all our students in academic, social and cultural activities.

We strive for success through:

Positive staff-student relationships.

A safe, happy and disciplined environment.

Examination success.

Strengthening partnerships with parents and the wider community.

The retention, recruitment and training of a committed staff.

The individual’s personal development.


Strategic aims


Achieve pupil, parent and staff satisfaction by:

Providing a wide range of learning opportunities which promote individual achievement for all.

The continuous development of staff, curriculum, resources and organisation.

Providing guidance and support for pupils in  educational, vocational and personal matters.

Providing an environment in which pupils and staff feel secure and value each other as individuals.

Actively promoting the school as an asset to the wider community.

Recognising and publicising the achievements of our pupils.


Strategic Objectives


Raise the expectations and level of achievement of pupils.

Achieve and maintain intake of pupils into the school.

Further develop management systems which are efficient, effective and able to respond to the changing demands placed on the school.


Communication with parents concerning all aspects of their children’s education is deemed imperative in the provision of the children’s education and takes a variety of forms in St. Anne’s School.


Parents are invited to year group meetings at the beginning of each year in the Primary School and Key Stage in Secondary School and in Year 11. The objective of these meetings is to introduce the parents to their childrens’ teachers and to explain the academic objectives of the Key Stage and to explain how the curriculum will be organised.


Parents are given a detailed outline of the curriculum and have the opportunity to ask any questions to the teachers or the management in an open forum at the end of the meeting.


In addition to the curricular objectives being explained the parents are informed of the pastoral provision of the school and the procedures to follow if their child has any problem whatsoever.


Information on course outlines and examples of pupils work can be found on the School’s website at www.stannesmadrid.com


Any changes or developments to the normal routine of the school are communicated to parents by way of a text message to their mobile teñephones and by email.


Any parents wishing to contact the school over any matter can do so by contacting the school secretary who promptly organises a meeting, or puts through a telephone call to the appropriate teacher or manager.


Teacher / Parents meetings are held in the second term where parents can speak directly to the individual subject teachers of their children. If problems arise during any point of the year subject teachers and tutors arrange a meeting with the parents to look for solutions.


Each teacher / tutor has one period a week set aside specifically for meetings with parents of their tutor group


In Key Stages 3 and 4  parents receive an Assessment Profile of their child’s progress which reports on the achievements made during a three week period ( KS3) and four week period (KS4) reporting the marks of all the subjects the pupils study as well as reporting on the pupil’s general behaviour, homework not done and positive and negative referrals made by the pupil’s teacher(s).


In Key Stages 3 and 4 each pupil has a Study Agenda which must be kept up to date at all times. The pupils record their weekly objectives, their work, homework and progress. This document is also a very important form of self review / evaluation as the pupil make judgements on their own effort during a lesson and their participation in it, with the objective of making improvements.  The teachers can also use the Study Agenda as a means of communication with the parents by writing notes in the agenda which must be shown to the parents and signed by them.


In the Secondary School evaluation meetings are held mid term and at the end of the term. All subject teachers review the progress being made by the pupils and discuss ways forward when problems arise.The objective of these meetings is to identify the progress being made by the pupils and to communicate problems to the pupils and to the parents in order to make improvements.



At the end of each term each pupil receives a Report that communicates the pupil’s marks in each academic subject and comments by his / her tutor and the Head of School. This report also reports the number of absences and late arrivals to school. At the end of the school year a global mark is given for each subject area and an accompanying comment on the progress made by the pupil by the individual subject teachers.


An end of term news letter is sent to the parents which reviews the school term and communicates objectives for the upcoming term.


Enhance the learning environment through a planned programme of curriculum development and updating of equipment throughout the school.


The school’s aims  are in accordance with the British tradition of education and through extensive consultation with all areas of the schools community. The school has developed its aims and its provision of education over a fortyyear period and the Principal and Senior management Team aim to be  responsive to the changes and to act appropriately in the interest of the whole school community.


Communication with parents concerning all aspects of their children’s education is deemed imperative in the provision of the children’s education and takes a variety of forms in St. Anne’s School.

Parents are invited to year group meetings at the beginning of each Key Stage in Secondary School and in Year 11. The objective of these meetings is to introduce the parents to their childrens’ teachers and to explain the academic objectives of the Key Stage and to explain how the curriculum will be organised.


Parents are given a detailed outline of the curriculum and have the opportunity to ask any questions to the teachers or the management in an open forum at the end of the meeting.


In addition to the curricular objectives being explained the parents are informed of the pastoral provision of the school and the procedures to follow if their child has any problem whatsoever.

Information on course outlines and examples of pupils work can be found on the School’s website at www.stannesmadrid.com

Any changes or developments to the normal routine of the school are communicated to parents by way of a text message to their mobile telephones and by email.

Any parents wishing to contact the school over any matter can do so by contacting the school secretary who promptly organises a meeting, or puts through a telephone call to the appropriate teacher or manager.

Teacher / Parents meetings are held in the second term where parents can speak directly to the individual subject teachers of their children. If problems arise during any point of the year subject teachers and tutors arrange a meeting with the parents to look for solutions.


Each teacher / tutor has one period a week set aside specifically for meetings with parents of their tutor group


In Key Stages 3 and 4  parents receive an Assessment Profile of their child’s progress which reports on the achievements made during a three week period ( KS3) and four week period (KS4) reporting the marks of all the subjects the pupils study as well as reporting on the pupil’s general behaviour.


In Key Stages 3 and 4 each pupil has a Study Agenda which must be kept up to date at all times. The pupils record their weekly objectives, their work, homework and progress. This document is also a very important form of self review / evaluation as the pupil make judgements on their own effort during a lesson and their participation in it, with the objective of making improvements.  The teachers can also use the Study Agenda as a means of communication with the parents by writing notes in the agenda which must be shown to the parents and signed by them.

At the end of each term each pupil receives a Report that communicates the pupil’s marks in each academic subject and comments by his / her tutor and the Head of School. This report also reports the number of absences and late arrivals to school. At the end of the school year a global mark is given for each subject area and an accompanying comment on the progress made by the pupil by the individual subject teachers.


An end of term news letter is sent to the parents which reviews the school term and communicates objectives for the upcoming term.