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Priory Post 31 – British Library

19th August 2015

Mich.14 BRITISH LIBRARY Lower VI Spanish students attend lecture Aoife-Jane Moss, Lower VI, describes the visit on Friday 3rd October of the Lower VI Spanish students to the lecture at the British Library entitled, ‘W.H. Hudson and Argentina:  a British writer raised on the pampas’: ‘The Spanish class of Lower VI were fortunate enough to…

Priory Post 32 – Open Day

19th August 2015

Mich.14 OPEN DAY We all enjoy a wonderful day On Saturday 11th October we held an Open Day at St Augustine’s Priory.  Prospective parents were invited to attend either a morning or an afternoon session with each session beginning with everyone gathering in the Chapel to a musical accompaniment performed by our pupils.  After this,…

Priory Post 33 – HeForShe

19th August 2015

Mich. 14 HeForShe Feminism is not a dirty word Helena Merron, Upper V Alpha, challenges us to take action… ‘Feminism is not a dirty word. However, today it is still associated with bra-lighting, men-hating militant women. I understand that a few supporters of female empowerment may take a step too far and take some shocking…

Priory Post 34 – Two Great Saints

19th August 2015

TWO GREAT SAINTS Little Way Week October sees the Feast Days of two very important saints.  On 1st October was the Feast Day of St Thérèse of Lisieux, (often called St Thérèse of the Child Jesus or ‘The Little Flower’) and 15th October sees the Feast Day of St Teresa of Avila (also called St…

Priory Post 35 – From the Counsellor’s chair

19th August 2015

FROM THE COUNSELLOR’S CHAIR Getting Organised As the Michaelmas Term continues you may find there is more competition for your time.  More homework, more assignments, more deadlines to meet.  Just more demands on our time in general, causing more stress.  Being better organised can really help reduce stress levels.  The earlier we can get into…

Priory Post 36 – A day in the life…

19th August 2015

A DAY IN THE LIFE… …of Miss Hayden We thought you might be interested in the daily activities of the staff at St Augustine’s Priory.  So here is the first of an occasional series of articles written by different members of staff on a typical (?) day in their lives.  We start with a day…

Priory Post 37 – New Governor

19th August 2015

NEW GOVERNOR Mrs Raffray becomes a governor at Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School We are pleased to announce that our Headteacher, Mrs Sarah Raffray, has been appointed a school governor at Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School in Ealing.  Mrs Raffray is also a governor at Farleigh, a leading Catholic, co-educational prep school for children aged…

Priory Post 38 – Eggcellent R.S Lessons!

19th August 2015

Mich. 14 EGGCELLENT R.S. LESSONS! Lower VI A Level students study agape… Lower VI A Level Religious Studies students were recently given hard boiled eggs to look after for four days to teach them about agape – unconditional love.  This is in preparation for their unit on Situation Ethics.  This is an ethical theory developed…

Priory Post 39 – Unsung Heroes

19th August 2015

UNSUNG HEROES…. Part I of Family Histories from WWI 1914 marks 100 years since the start of World War I.  We have asked people to contribute any family histories they may have from that war to Priory Post.  Whether civilian or military, from any part of the world, the story of each family member is…

Priory Post 40 – Giant Dolls’ House Project

19th August 2015

Mich.14 GIANT DOLLS’ HOUSE PROJECT Dolls’ House Exhibition At St Augustine’s Priory we have been involved in one of the most exciting Art projects ever!  Our girls have been making dolls’ houses out of shoeboxes and they will be exhibited at The Big Draw event tomorrow, Saturday 18th October (organised by Artescape).  The exhibition is…

ISI Inspection Report 2021

The ISI Inspection Report 2021 has rated St Augustine’s Priory as EXCELLENT in all areas.

“The quality of pupils’ academic and other achievements is excellent”

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