Summer Fun with The Rochdale Hornets.

The Rochdale Hornets are delighted to offer our pupils FREE complimentary tickets to watch all their match days this summer.
For more information please click the link to read Chief Executive of The Rochdale Hornets, Steve Kerr’s letter to all parents, pupils and teachers. Make sure you don’t miss out on this amazing offer of getting involved in the great sport of Rugby.

Book your tickets here using the unique code HORNETS-STAA in your basket.
The voucher code is valid for the remainder of the season so visit the website and pick the games you want to come and watch.

The fun doesn’t stop there…..

If you are an avid Rugby fan or you want to learn the sport, then why not join the coaching team for action packed fun holiday camp. You will be learning all the core and fundamental skills in Rugby League PLUS there will be fun games and lots more.

There are two camps you can attend :

Week 1 will be from Mon 26th – Thursday 29th July

Week 2 will be from Tues 3rd – Friday 6th August

Click the link for more details regarding the Summer Camp or you can contact Kirsty to reserve a place on :

Phone: 01706 648 008

Email: [email protected]

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Let’s Keep Swimming Safe and Fun…

When we think about swimming and spending time in the water, it’s usually the good times that come to mind.

As we are now in the summer term and the weather is improving people are naturally drawn to our outdoor spaces. Many of these outdoor spaces have sites of open water which do not benefit from the professional supervision we may enjoy at beaches.

Most sites do have safety warnings and advise people not to enter the water, but as we know in hotter weather people are inclined to ignore these signs. In recent years this has resulted in several deaths within the open water sites of Greater Manchester, some of the those being young people.

Greater Manchester Fire Rescue Service (GMFRS) crews have seen a rise in young people using open water sites in the past couple of weeks and we want to ensure that our students are aware of the safety messages.

GMFRS produces a range of safety advice for the summer period, please take the time to view the link of their annual Safe4Summer campaign.

Safe4Summer – Greater Manchester Fire Rescue Service

GMFRS also works in partnership with all ten Local Authorities, GMP and United Utilities to provide advice and guidance to keep our communities safe when they are around sites of open water. In 2020 a dedicated Water Safety campaign was launched, a similar campaign will be launched very soon for 2021 and a range of safety messages will be included in this campaign.

Further water safety advice can be found using the below link.

Water safety – Greater Manchester Fire Rescue Service

St Anne's Church of England Academy is proud to be part of the Cranmer Education Trust

Cranmer Education Trust is a company limited by guarantee and an exempt charity. Company registration number: 07687709. Registered Office: Cranmer Education Trust, c/o The Blue Coat School, Egerton Street, Oldham OL1 3SQ