St Anne’s is a highly successful school with a strong moral purpose: to work together to strive to be the best that we can be.
Our Catholic ethos, girls’ school status at Key Stages 3 and 4 and our mixed Sixth Form College make us hard to beat as the best place to educate the region’s girls from 11 to 18 and boys 16 to 18.
GCSE results in 2015 placed St Anne’s in the top 1% of schools nationally for the progress girls make from Key Stage 2 to 4, which is an excellent achievement. 78% of our girls achieved 5 A* to C grades including English and Maths which placed St Anne’s in the top 100 schools for sustained improvement in attainment and prompted a letter of congratulations from Nick Gibb, Minister for Schools.
Our A Level results were similarly impressive, particularly in terms of the progress made by students from GCSE to A Level, making St Anne’s the second most successful 6th Form College in the Southampton, Portsmouth and Hampshire area.
The achievements of our girls are top class and we are convinced that the distinctive experience St Anne’s offers, supports and challenges students to achieve even more than they thought was possible.
This website will give you a glimpse of our school. If you would like to know more, please contact us to arrange a visit - you will be most welcome.
Read our press release to find out the details of our outstanding GCSE results. https://t.co/IbWlac7JJx
Don't forget! Sixth Form Enrolment is tomorrow from 10am: an outstanding sixth form in an outstanding school. #continuethesuccessstory
Congratulations to all Yr 11s, their teachers and families on a phenomenal set of GCSE results. #AwesomeAnnites