“Céad Míle Fáilte”
Our School Motto – Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí.
About Us – St. Anne’s is a senior girls school located in Charleville, Co. Cork. It is funded by the Department of Education and governed by a Board of Management in accordance with the rules of the Department of Education and Science. St. Anne’s is a dynamic, child-centred, friendly and supportive school. We are committed to maintaining a postive learning environment and our staff work hard to enable each child to develop her full potential.
A Brief History – St. Anne’s was opened in 1939 and was run by the Mercy Order for 70 years. In 2010, it was handed over to the Diocese of Cloyne.
Board of Management has come into effect since December 1st 2015. Members are
- Mr Fergus O’Carroll, Chairperson
- Sr Martina Holmes, Community Representative
- Fr. Tom Naughton C.C, Patron’s Nominee
- Paula O’Leary, Community Representative
- Shane Kilcummins, Parent’s nominee
- Josephine Ryan, Parent’s nominee.
- Maura Mulcahy,Teacher’s nominee
- Carmel Rainsford, Principal.
At present, St. Anne’s has a student population in excess of 140 pupils and a large network of staff.