Anfield is a Catholic School, where all are committed to creating a loving, caring and joy filled environment that is inspired by Jesus Christ. Anfield is a place where all children are challenged both academically and spiritually, and encouraged to achieve their full potential in all areas of life.


Anfield School aims to:

  • Be a caring Catholic family school community, committed to the development of the full potential of all children, irrespective of their personal faith.
  • Educate boys and girls in the life of Catholic faith and encourage them towards a joyful, free, self-confident and self-disciplined life of faith and virtue.
  • Encourage the development in all students the qualities of personal responsibility, consideration, courtesy, tolerance and respect in their relationships with one another, their teachers, the wider community and the environment.
  • Work for excellence in all academic, cultural and sporting endeavours, stimulating excitement in learning and requiring discipline in study, whatever the ability of the child.
  • Encourage children to be self-motivated, to strive to do their best in everything they do and to have confidence to take risks. We ask much of their strengths and we support them in their weaknesses.
  • Encourage children in independent and critical thinking about the standards and values current in society and the global world and to discover and develop a personal faith to guide them throughout their lives.


  • To develop in each child a knowledge, understanding and respect for the Catholic faith.
  • To foster pastoral care amongst children and the wider school community.
  • To embed and sustain effective teaching practices so that each child will attain and exceed targets across the curriculum.
  • To have in place effective data collection, analysis and measurement systems to accurately monitor performance against targets.
  • In conjunction with our core curriculum, provide resources and teaching programmes that encompass gifted and talented, sports, additional educational needs, cultural and religious education.
  • To recruit, develop and retain the highest quality personnel both teaching and support.
  • To create, sustain and develop an environment, both physical and emotional, that is conducive to learning.
  • To prepare children for their next stage of learning in an environment that encourages high standards of academic achievement and a love of learning.
  • To provide an environment where everyone in our school community feels safe and is aware of their rights and responsibilities.
  • To continually move forward, through innovation, creativity and endeavor.


  • is a community which is open, welcoming and inclusive, seeking to prepare pupils to find happiness and to lead lives of goodness, built upon Christian values, personal integrity and moral courage
  • promotes genuine human growth, not only for Catholic pupils but for those of other faith traditions and those with stances for living which may be independent of religious belief
  • is challenged to provide our pupils with structured opportunities of encounter with Jesus, opportunities to learn about His life, to understand His teaching, to develop the virtues and values which He promotes and to follow His witness in service to others
  • aims to help all pupils to develop their fullest potential, preparing them for life, informing their minds and forming their characters so that they can contribute with others to the transformation of their world, by following the  footsteps of Jesus Christ, who is our Way, Truth and Life