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Royal Tea Party


On Friday 18th May, SAPTA held a Tea Party in celebration of the Royal Wedding that was taking place the following day. 

Thank you to all who donated cakes for the sale. The stalls were overflowing with sweet treats and refreshments.

Whilst the parents sat down with cake and a cup of tea, the children were having a great time playing games and getting involved in activities.

Daily Mile Event


On Friday 4th May, our pupils and parents took part in the Daily Mile Event that was held on our school field. It certainly seemed as though all enjoyed!

Easter Performance

Years 3 and 4 worked so hard in learning their words and songs for a spectacular performance of the Easter story on the 28th March. Thank you to those children who stepped in at the last moment. This was a truly fitting way to prepare for the Easter Week. Well done to Mrs Finn, Miss Charlton, Mrs Rudd and Mrs Gulisano for organising and preparing the costumes and backdrops and finally to you, our parents for supporting us with this event.

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Under 7's Tag Rugby

On the 13th March, children from Years 1 & 2 visited St. Edmund’s Prep. School to participate in a Tag Rugby tournament with other schools from the local area. Well done to them on successfully learning new skills and winning some of their games! It certainly looked as though they enjoyed themselves.


Inter Primary Football Tournament

A big well done to our football team who attended the tournament at Cranbourne School on the 14th March. Their excellent skills and superb sportsmanship ensured they managed to reach the semi-finals. Overall they managed to claim fourth place! 


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. 

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

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.


On Tuesday 8th May, some of our students attended the St Edmund's School to particpate in Athletics. The weather was lovely and the students did us proud. All were on best behaviour and represented the school brilliantly. Well done to all who took part!


Sports Leaders Assembly

On Tuesday 13th March, we held an assembly to announce who our new Sports Leaders are. Seven children were selected who now have the job to help improve sporting activities throughout the school. Miss Colhoun was very impressed with all applications and it made it very difficult for her to choose. Well done to all who applied and congratulations to our new Sports Leaders!


Science Day

On Friday 23rd March, a company specialsing in wildlife, the 'Spirit of the Wild' brought to our school a vast array of animals; owls, snakes, frogs, meerkats and many more! 'Spirit of the Wild' representatives taught the children about conservation, how to look after different species and how to handle them. 

We owe a big thank you to Mrs Finn for organising the day and SAPTA for funding the workshop!


Mother's Day Gift Sale

On Friday 9th March, the children were able to choose 3 gifts for their mum's in exchange for £5. Each child was then entered into a raffle to win a larger gift. The children seemed to enjoy the responsibility of choosing the perfect presents for their mum!


World Book Day

On Thursday 1st March, we celebrated World Book Day. We spent the day; celebrating authors and illustrators but most importantly, reading. The children and staff came dressed as their favourite book character. 


Dogs Trust Assembly

On Monday 15th January, KS1 and KS2 were fortunate enough to be visited by Gemma from the Dogs Trust. The Dogs Trust are a charity whose patron is the Her Majesty The Queen and they provide valuable information on how to protect dogs and other animals from malnutrition, suffering and cruelty. They also returned to our school a week later to run further workshops with children in Key Stage 2.

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