One hundred years since the end of the Great War, S. Anselm's gathered on the Headmaster's lawn to remember before God, and commend to his sure keeping those who have died for their country in war.
The whole school processed down Stanedge Road to All Saints Church, Bakewell, on Monday 8th October, holding their donations of food, to give thanks for the harvest and all God’s gifts.
On Wednesday, we were visited by nine Old Anselmians who had been at S. Anselm's in the late 1940s.
The S. Anselm’s Chapel Choir sung beautifully for Evensong at Lincoln Cathedral.
Young pianists age 6 to 18 from across Derbyshire, South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Greater Manchester are invited to compete in the 2018 S. Anselm's Piano Competition.
Read Mr Phillips' full interview in the Daily Telegraph.
The famous annual S Anselm's Steeplechase
Old Anselmians are invited to attend the Finalists' Concert of the 2019 S. Anselm's Piano Competition at 2.00pm on Saturday 2nd March. The Finalists' Concert is the culmination of the nine piano classes that will have been held during the morning, adjudicated by nationally renowned pianists. Competitors awarded first and second place in each of the morning classes are invited to perform in the Finalists' Concert and compete for the overall prizes. It is always an inspiring event to hear and encourage young talent - as well as the wisdom of our excellent adjudicators. The doors to the Hargreaves Hall will be open for the concert from 1.45pm. Tickets are not required, but we ask Old Anselmians to register their attendance by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Full details about the competition are available from the following link. Should any Old Anselmians have any friends or family members aged 6 to 18 who would like to enter the competition - they would be very welcome! https://www.sanselms.co.uk/piano-competition/