I am delighted to welcome you to St. Augustine’s Church of England High school website. We are a multi-cultural, multi-faith school with a distinctive Christian ethos. I hope you find the content useful in providing you with up to date information on our school.
St. Augustine’s is a vibrant and successful 11-19, fully comprehensive school in Kilburn/Maida vale where we encourage everyone, to “be the best that they can be”. Our students enjoy their school lives and we try to ensure that decisions are made in the best interests of the students or to improve their learning.
It is our aim that all students leave us with the skills and abilities required to be lifelong learners and positive role models in the community. We are aiming to prepare them to be citizens of the world by teaching shared values and an understanding of the world around them. We believe in the importance of forming partnerships with people from all aspects of life to enhance the learning opportunities for our students.
Every student at St. Augustine’s is treated as an individual . As a result, each student benefits from an individualised learning programme and pastoral care that suits them best. We are really keen to receive the views of students, parents/carers and members of the local community and want to act on ideas to improve our school. We are also committed to our place in the wider community and welcome ideas about how we develop relationships in our locality and beyond.
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Westminster Mile - a big thank you. Read more here... https://t.co/TCPxRiXx24 https://t.co/wFEr7ynhc6
Our Non-Uniform Day Raised £736.54 for the Little Princess Trust. Read more here - https://t.co/TCPxRiXx24 https://t.co/2NBWEuuRN6
Visit: https://t.co/SJIv5iZIXa for a full list of our 2019 courses. https://t.co/9WbGeZ4vbx
St Augustine's Cultural Evening - 18th October. All are welcome. https://t.co/hQGNc6ZCTx
Read the Headteacher's latest blog: September 2018 - https://t.co/TCPxRiXx24
Would you – or someone you know – like to be a parent governor @ St Augustine's? - Read more here - https://t.co/TCPxRiXx24