All email addresses end with @st-annes.uk.com
To report your child’s absence, please email attendance@ or telephone the school. Please note that you must use the email address registered with the school. If you have recently changed your contact details, please email them to info@ and we will contact you for verification.
If you have a safeguarding concern: safe@ [if it is an emergency, do not email, but call 999]
To report your child absent: attendance@
For general enquiries: info@
The usual first point of contact is via your child’s tutor using a note in the log book or a letter.
Head of year 7: flangford@
Head of year 8: mrobinson@
Head of year 9: abradley@
Head of year 10: jboorman@
Head of year 11: btrueick@
Head of year 12: swinsor@
Head of Sixth Form: amatteucci@
If you would like to send a note of thanks to a member of the school staff then please use this form.
The Headteacher, Mr Rouse, can be contacted via the info@ account.
All email addresses end with @st-annes.uk.com
Our address is: St Anne’s Catholic School, Carlton Road, Southampton, SO15 2WZ
Our telephone number is 023 8032 8200
St Anne's respects the privacy and work/life balance of all the community. For their own wellbeing, we are happy for families to communicate with the school at a time that suits them, but with the understanding that we do not expect our staff to check or respond to email when they are not at work, at weekends or during holidays. Teaching staff will prioritise teaching activities and we cannot guarantee your email will be read the same day you send it. Support staff emails will only be read on working days and if an email has been sent after 16:00 on any working day, then it will most likely be processed the following working day. In line with our school values, we feel that verbal communication is usually the best way to liaise with the school.
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