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Year 7 Entry 202

Dear Parents and Carers,
Thank you very much for your interest in applying to St Augustine’s for your child.  Due to the ongoing concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic the Open Evening event will be virtual and has been scheduled for

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Autumn 2021 Examination Resits

Dear students, should you wish to resit your examinations this Autumn, please send your request to the following email address:

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SIMS Parent app

Dear Parents/Carers
As a school we are always looking to improve the way in which we communicate with parents/carers. We are pleased to inform you that we are introducing a new parent app with the aim of improving our school and academic communications. We will be sending out invitation emails to you during the course of this week inviting you to log in to our new SIMS Parent app. Parents/carers can pay for all transactions within the school’s cashless system, and stay up to date with school communications as well as your child’s academic progress, and many more features. As a result of switching to SIMS Parent app we will be phasing out our existing payment system – Wisepay, with the aim of all parents/carers solely using the app at the start of September 2021... read more here.

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St Augustine’s Digital Theatre going Winners

One of the most upsetting aspects of the last 18 months for the Drama Department has been the fact that we had to stop going to see live theatre. As a way of trying to compensate for this, we were very lucky to be able to access some funding to subscribe to Digital Theatre Plus, an online resource that opened up hundreds of productions for our entire student body. To launch this resource, we asked all of the students in Key Stage Three to find a production that they were interested in and write a response to it, and we are delighted to present to you the three winners:

Our Year Seven Winner, Maryam Hossein from E7, clearly connected with the humour and edge that Beautiful Thing, by Jonathan Harvey offered in a production that looks at two young men living on an estate in south London, who fall in love and have to come out to their families and friends.

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Flood / End of Term Arrangements

Dear Parents/Carers,
Just when we thought we were heading calmly towards the end of a remarkably challenging year, the school is now managing a serious flooding situation. Torrential rain last night has had a huge impact locally and if any of you have been impacted, I wish you well. Many parts of the school have been affected and, as a result of this, we have had to close the school to students temporarily while we work with various external agencies to ensure that the site meets all Health and Safety requirements. This work is considerable and it is difficult to predict how long it will be before we can safely have students on site. Due to the amount of flooding in the local area, many services are extremely busy. At the same time, we are being asked by the Government to review our COVID Risk Assessment in the light of many of the safety conditions being lifted on 19th July... read more here.

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School Closed on 13th July 2021

Dear Parents/Carers
Due to flooding in parts of the school following the storm over Kilburn, the decision has been made to close the school tomorrow and switch to remote learning.

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