Today the government announced its plans for the full reopening of schools in September 2020
Throughout the lockdown period, we have gone the extra mile to continue to provide children with a full and enriched timetable
During the past few weeks, we have been busy working behind the scenes to prepare for our partial re-opening of the school
So what do we do on Sports Day when we have no children in school? We hold a virtual event!
Lockdown or not, the show must go on and S. Anselm’s School pupils found an innovative way of showcasing their talent
S. Anselm’s staff and pupils celebrated V.E Day in style on Friday 8th May
As we progress through term as a virtual school, we understand the importance of feeling connected
Pupils from S. Anselm’s have eagerly taken up the challenge of producing their finest artwork
Photographic entries to the great S. Anselm’s egg decorating contest flooded in thick and fast to Mrs Bennion via every digital method imaginable
We are delighted to see the enthusiasm with which pupils throughout the school have embraced virtual schooling
S. Anselm’s is now operating online as a virtual school as part of the national effort to help manage the spread of the Coronavirus
Derwent students visited the Old House Museum to inform their studies of The Great War
Our plucky band of warriors formed ranks and received orders to present arms in mock battle!
Our Year 3 pupils set their taste buds tingling and put their commercial acumen to the test as chocolate manufacturers
Our College Textiles students immersed themselves in the rich fashion history of the Kimono from the 1600s to today
Our Year 6 historians glimpse the realities of living and working in industrial Sheffield in the 19th century