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St Augustine's Priory

Hillcrest Road
Ealing
London Area
W5 2JL

T: 020 8997 2022

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ISC ID: 12036


Head

Mrs S Raffray (Head Teacher)

Boys - age range:

Day: 2 to 4

Girls - age range:

Day: 2 to 18

Size

483 pupils

St Augustine's Priory case studies (5)

Wellness Week

Partners

  • St Augustine's Priory
  • St Benedict's School
  • Sacred Heart High School
  • The Cardinal Wiseman School
  • St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
  • Academic
  • Art and design
  • Performing arts and music
  • Developing school leaders
  • Student well-being
  • Community work/fundraising
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Building the Kingdom: Curriculum Design & CPD

Partners

  • St Augustine's Priory
  • Saint Christina's School
  • Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School
  • St Anselm's Catholic Primary School
  • Our Lady of the Visitation Catholic Primary School
  • St Vincent's R C Primary School
  • CAFOD
  • Academic
  • ITT/teacher development
  • Developing school leaders
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Emmaus Catholic Schools' Partnership

Partners

  • St Augustine's Priory
  • St Benedict's School
  • Sacred Heart High School
  • The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School
  • Academic
  • Performing arts and music
  • ITT/teacher development
  • Developing school leaders
  • Career guidance
  • Higher education application
  • Student well-being
  • Community work/fundraising
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Priory Farm: Building a community and a curriculum for the future

Partners

  • St Augustine's Priory
  • St Gregory's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Raphael's Catholic Primary School
  • The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls
  • Academic
  • Developing school leaders
  • Career guidance
  • Higher education application
  • Student well-being
  • Wrap around care/holiday clubs
  • SEND
  • Community work/fundraising
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The Deanery Schools: Sharing our space, resources and professional...

Partners

  • St Augustine's Priory
  • St Gregory's Catholic Primary School, Ealing, London
  • Holy Family Catholic Primary School
  • The Cardinal Wiseman School
  • St Anselm's Catholic Primary School
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
  • St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
  • Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School
  • Our Lady of the Visitation Catholic Primary School
  • St Raphael’s Catholic Primary School
  • St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School
  • Academic
  • Sport/DofE/cadets
  • Developing school leaders
  • Student well-being
  • Community work/fundraising
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Impact of partnership work done in 2018 (ISC annual Census 2019)

  • 10 state schools involved
  • 200 to 500 state school pupils involved
  • 90 staff hours given

Impact Statement

Governance

Our Bursar is a governor of St Vincent's Primary School in Acton. A member of teaching staff is a governor at St Gregory's Roman Catholic Primary School. These appointments use experience gained in the private sector to benefit the governance of state schools in particular as they prepare for Academy status.


Our Headteacher is a National School of Formation Associate – developing and training leaders in state schools nationally.

Partnerships

We have a rich network of formal and informal partnerships with local state schools. This continues to grow year on year as projects mature; for example our farm is now a source of learning and well-being for vulnerable, SEN pupils at a maintained secondary school.

St Gregory’s 

Retreat - Venue £1020, catering £100, Teaching time £663.52 Total saving £1,783.52

Sports Day - Venue £1080, Estates staff time £180 Total saving: £1260

Farm visits - 450 children have benefitted, Saving of £3166.52 (venue, staff time, badges and catering)

Total £6210.04

 

St Raphael’s Catholic Primary School Science and Farm Day

90 Year 5 children benefited from the learning

Farm visit - Total financial saving of £633

Science - Venue £560, Teaching time £829.40 

Total saving: £2022.40 

 

Holy Family (Acton)

Sports Day - Venue £1080, Estates staff time £180 Total saving: £1260

 

St Joseph’s (Hanwell)

Year 6 Retreat 

Venue £1020, catering £100, Teaching time £663.52 Total saving £1,783.52

 

Hi 5 Netball Tournament 

Hosted for Deanery Primary schools

120 children from six primary schools from our Deanery benefited from the event.

Venue £300, catering £350, staff teaching time £828.40 - Total £1,179.40

 

Quick Sticks Tournament

Host it for Deanery Primary schools 

120 children from six primary schools from our Deanery benefited from the event.

Venue £300, catering £350, staff teaching time £828.40 - Total £1,179.40

 

Other Deanery Events 

We hosted the welcome event for the Deanery Programme, welcoming Heads, Deputy Heads, NQTs and RQTs. The event enabled us to share best practice and complete an Emmaus walk together.

Programme of training events:

Effective Teaching and Learning of Science - October 2018

SEND working memory - November 2019

Deputy Heads meeting - February 2020

Special Needs Hub - November 2018

 

Ealing Abbey

Two day confirmation retreat for local Catholic children from a variety of schools - May 2018

Venue and Estates £3,500 

 

Ealing Mini Mile

Sponsorship £20,000 

Catering, transport, staff time: £1000

Total: £21,000

 

Building the Kingdom (Cross-Curricular and Faith Life)  

Mother school hosting five sessions between September 2019 and April 2020

We welcome Heads, Deputy Heads and teaching staff from seven Deanery primary and secondary schools, as well as representatives from CAFOD.

St Christina, St Anshelms, Mount Carmel, St Raphael, Our Lady of the Visitation, St Vincents, CAFOD

Catering £210, Printing £220.50, Venue hire £225 Total £655.50 per session

Total saving of £3,277.50

Subsidised course fee for schools unable to meet costs £300

 

CCRS

Hosted the course over six two hour sessions

25 attendees from local Catholic schools

Catering £30, venue hire £70, Total per session £100

Total £600

  • Academic scholarships
  • All Rounder awards
  • Art scholarships
  • Drama scholarships
  • Music scholarships
  • Science/Technology scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Sixth Form scholarships
  • Sibling discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils