Saint Anne’s is a Catholic, Voluntary Aided Primary School in the parish of Saint Anne’s, Alcester Street, Birmingham.
It is one of the most historic Catholic schools in Birmingham, founded in the late 19th century by John Henry Newman. It opened on its present site in 1957.
The school caters for up to 210 children aged between 4 and 11 years.
Since we are a Catholic School, Religious Education and the Christian ethos are central, and it is expected that all staff, parents and children will be fully involved in this crucial aspect of our school life.
We accept children of other faiths and recognise the need to prepare all children for life in a multi-cultural society.