Sixth Form Life and Mission

Our students not only engage fully with, but proactively participate and lead the Catholic life and mission of the school through their extra-curricular activities.  Each students recognises their potential to achieve a better future, sowing joy, truth and courage in all that they do.  Their alternative way of thinking combined with their generosity of spirit and creativity result in partnerships, projects and outcomes for a sustainable and prosperous future of which we and they are extremely proud.


Preparing Your Future

All Priory Sixth students take part in our “Preparing Your Future” course in which they develop many essential skills with which to equip themselves for their future studies and careers.  This includes opportunity for presentation, debate and discussion, social justice, RSE, critical thinking, study skills, financial literacy, IT literacy, careers education, PSHCE and opportunities to explore and pursue the values of Catholic Social Teaching.


St Anselm’s Advent Mission

Priory Sixth students initiated a Christmas present drive to serve others in our community, demonstrating their commitment to the many strands of Catholic Social Teaching.  “I am always amazed at the hard work that Young Women of St Augustine’s and Staff put into the outreach to the wider community.  Catholic Social Teaching is really at the heart of what you do and in this season of Advent, when we prepare to experience the love of God made manifest through a tiny baby born to a poor family, the girls make the Christmas story come alive in new ways and certainly our school always feels the love shared by St Augustine’s Priory.” (Revd Tito Pereira, St Anselm’s Catholic Primary School) ““I am so proud to have been a part of this.  Being able to give back to the wider community and provide presents for those who may not receive them and seeing first hand the generosity of our school community has been amazing.” (Priory Sixth Student)

Student's leaving St Augustine's PriorySt Augustine's Priory students sharing gifts with St Anselm students