Brentford Football Club Community Sports Trust (BFCCST)
St Anselm's have a fantastic relationship with BFCCST and this partnership has grown from strength to strength. With community work spanning three decades, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust has established itself as a pioneering organisation for the local community. It uses the power of sport to educate, motivate and inspire people from all walks of life.
Working in partnership with Brentford FC, the Trust offers a portfolio of programmes in education, health, sports participation and community engagement. St Anselm's School has benefited greatly from the wonderful outreach and contributions from BFCCST.
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Featherstone School Sports Partnership
St Anselm’s Catholic Primary School have bought into a package with Featherstone School Sports Partnership. Being part of the partnership supports our school to develop in five key areas:
The children at St Anselm’s continue to have access and opportunities to participate in a wide range of sporting competitions throughout the year.
John Lyon’s Charity
St Anselm’s Catholic Primary School and 4 local schools (Beaconsfield Primary, Blair Peach Primary,Dormers Wells Infant School and Tudor Primary School) in the Southall Quadrant, that serve areas of high deprivation, have been granted funding to pay for an on-site play therapy service for one day a week at each school. This specialist support helps our children overcome their difficulties and develop greater resilience so they can successfully engage with learning and achieve their full potential.
The Catholic Children’s Society
The Catholic Children’s Society is responsible for appointing specialist therapists for the Southall Quadrant cluster of 5 schools, including St Anselm’s Catholic Primary. In addition, the Catholic Children’s Society provides annual mental health training for our staff.
The nuns at the Priory of Our Lady of Peace, commonly known as Turvey Abbey, are a Roman Catholic community living according to the Rule of Saint Benedict and affiliated to the Olivetan family of Benedictines. They live next door to the monks of the Monastery of Christ our Saviour, with whom they share daily worship.
The nuns seek God in prayer and by trying to live out Gospel values, in love and mutual service, open to the needs of the contemporary world. The nuns have supported our school through prayer and help for families in need. We are very grateful for all that they do.