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Sama - E7
Sama is a keen learner and extremely polite and diligent student. She always comes in to school and tries her best to learn, make others happy and also takes part...
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Abdullah – E7
Abdullah rises above all the challenges faced by young people. Not only is he a hard working young person, who always tries his best, he never gives up and gets...
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Sayuri – F8
Contributes positively inside and outside the classroom. Has represented the school on trips and received excellent feedback. 0 Negatives and 150 positive referrals.

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UK Polar Network Antarctica Flag Competition

The Geography department are super proud of the Year 8s as part of the Geography curriculum on Perishing Poles, students were able to participate in the Antarctica Flag Competition. We had a huge number of entries from the Year 8 cohort and several students work are now making their way over 10,000 miles to Antarctica with a scientist! We are very excited to be a part of this project and it has been a fantastic opportunity to present and showcase fantastic work by students at St Augustine's CE High School. Watch this space, for when we get the pictures of our flags proudly displayed in Antarctica with the scientists!

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Raising University Aspirations

Last Wednesday, a group of year 12 students attended a university fair – Raising University Aspirations organised by Making the Leap. The event, which took place at Central Hall Westminster, included no less than twenty five universities: University College London, University of Cambridge, Brunel University, Kings College London, University of Exeter, University of Leeds, Goldsmith, Loughborough University, Royal Holloway, University of York and many more.

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Parents and Carers hear about apprenticeship opportunities

Parents, carers and students had the opportunity to discuss and learn about apprenticeship opportunities within the construction sector when attending our Academic Review Day on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th December. We partnered with Construction Youth Trust who sent two representatives to highlight the range of job roles within the sector and how apprenticeship could equip young people, while learning and earning, with core skills and help them get into the labour market.

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Year 10 students debate conservation of animals at ZSL London Zoo

A group of year 10 students joined a workshop on conservation at ZSL London Zoo last week as part of Westminster Enterprise Week. The day started with a talk on conservation projects around the world and at London Zoo, followed by a hands on activity that saw students approaching different employees at London Zoo to enrich their knowledge of what is being done to protect animal species, then creating a Vlog and finally presenting before a panel of scientists. Students had to work collaboratively, were time-restricted and encouraged to think creatively when putting their digital message together.

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INSET DAY - Wednesday 11th December 2019

Dear Parents/Carers,
Please be aware that the school will be closed to students on Wednesday 11th December to facilitate a staff training day. The focus will be on teaching and learning.

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Banding Test / Assessment Day - SATURDAY 30th November 2019

Banding Test / Assessment Day: All Applicants who apply for a Year 7 place at St Augustine’s CE High School must attend the Assessment Day. This will be held at the school on Saturday 30th November 2019. The purpose of the Assessment is to allocate each applicant to an ability band. As we are a comprehensive school we have to ensure we take applicants of all abilities. Test results will be shared with The St Marylebone CE School (girls) and The Grey Coat Hospital ONLY. If you have not already submitted a Supplementary Application Form and Clergy Form (if available) please download these from the school website (or collect them from the school office) and bring them, completed, when you bring your child for the Banding Test. This will ensure we have all the correct information when assessing which admissions criterion your application meets.

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Barclays Lifeskills Workshop: Managing Money

All year 8 students took part in a Lifeskills workshop facilitated by the Transformation Trust and Barclays Bank on Thursday 31st October. Students assessed their money personality, discussed needs and wants and looked into the importance of budgeting.

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Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall

One of the joys of going to the theatre is having your expectations upended and an Agatha Christie adaptation is not necessarily one where you expect that to happen. Of course there will be a twist but we’re getting a little jaded with twists and it’s hard to surprise us anymore. But watching Mario’s face from the other side of a thrust stage as the real killer was revealed and the layers fell off his defence was evidence enough that she can still pack a ‘killer’ punch.

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