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‘We come to school to live and learn happily together by loving ourselves and each other as Jesus teaches us’

Safer Internet Day

On Tuesday 6th February 2018, we held a Safer Internet Day. We had a full timetable of events which the children enjoyed participating in and it provided them with further information on how to stay safe when using online technology. There were some wonderful poems, posters, raps and videos produced by the classes. Thank you to Mrs Blackwell for co-ordinating this event!


CAFOD - Brighten up this Harvest

Our school community has supported CAFOD with their ‘Brighten Up this Harvest’ Day. Members of the CAFOD team led an assembly in school and each year group took part in activities throughout the day to help build a brighter world and make a difference to the lives of others. Children from each year group also brought into class non perishable food items to create hampers that the Chaplaincy Team presented  to the local Broxbourne food bank which always needs our help to support local people who have fallen on hard times. Thank you for your support with these worthy causes.


Rememberance Sunday 2017


On Sunday 12th November, children and parents from our school community marched through the town and laid our poppy wreath at the Centotaph on behalf of our school community.


Children In Need - Friday 17th November 2017


We made a 'spotacular' donation of £300 to BBC Children in Need. The money we raised will help support disadvantaged children and young people across the UK so that they can live safe, happy lives and have the chance to reach their full potential. The energy, creativity and generosity was truly fantastic!

Macmillan Coffee Morning - September 2017

On Friday 29th September, our school community participated in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.  Our bakers, tasters and coffee makers raised £160!  Well done and thank you for your support.


Music Lessons-2018


On Tuesday 27th February 2018, volunteers from The Samaritans returned to our school to lead emotional health and well being sessions throughout the day for pupils and staff. These sessions enabled students and staff to consider the range of factors that can affect our emotional health and how to recognise signs of poor emotional health in ourselves and others and where to go for help. 

At St Augustine's we have weekly music lessons that take place during the school term. It offers our students the chance of learning to play a wide variety of instruments by professional music tutors.

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