Vacancies – Why Work for Us?

Working at St. Augustine’s can provide opportunities for personal and professional growth, the chance to make a positive impact in the community, and the potential for a fulfilling career. 

There are various professional development opportunities, for all stages of career development, including an effective ITT and ECT professional studies programme, an Aspiring Leader’s programme, which is for any member of teaching or support staff, and externally recognised professional qualifications such as NPQs. We have a record of both internal and external promotion through the leadership development programme that we have provided at St Augustine’s. 

We encourage regular feedback from all staff through surveys and our ‘Staff Pulse.’  We have a Headteacher’s Surgery every week which any member of staff can attend without an appointment, to share ideas outside of the normal line management process. We are also part of the Employees Assistance Programme which provides confidential advice and support from counselling to financial advice which is free of charge, anonymous and accessible to all staff members and their families.  

We also offer financial assistance with Ride to Work schemes, Travel Card Loan Scheme, Free Eye Tests and a Staff Wellbeing programme. 

We have positive relationships with various University providers to support any teaching placements and School Direct Applicants. We also have staff that were former students now working at the school.  

If you are interested in finding out more about working at St Augustine’s, please use the contact information details below or email us directly at mail@stahigh.org 


Admissions Policy & Oversubscription Criteria 2025/2026.... & Year 9 Parent/Carer's Evening Thursday 14th December 2023: 4.30pm to 7.00pm

As required by the Admissions Code, the governing body are consulting on the admissions arrangements for 2025/26 as it has been 7 years since this was last carried out. There are no  proposed changes other than the defining of wording to ensure our arrangements  are compliant with the Admissions Code and Diocese Guidance…. read more here and add to the consultation.


Year 9 Parent/Carer’s Evening Thursday 14th December 2023

Please also note that the first Year 9 Parent/Carer’s Evening  will be taking place this Thursday 14th December 2023:

4.30pm to 7.00pm