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About Us

 

Executive Head Teacher: Mr K Doogan

St. Augustine's Catholic Primary School, A Voluntary Academy
Conwy Court,
Castlefields,
Runcorn,
WA7 2JJ.


Telephone: 01928 568936
Fax: 01928 566892

Secretary: Mrs S Thomas

Email: Sec.StAugustines@halton.gov.uk



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Mission Statement


To share with the children the richness and the depth of the Catholic Family and provide every opportunity to enhance the development of a sense of belonging to the family of God, where each person is valued for who they are and treated with love and dignity.


To offer a welcoming, friendly and loving environment which provides the best possible education and pastoral care for each of our pupils.


We aim to develop Christian working relationships based upon loyalty, co-operation and mutual respect.


To serve families and parishioners of St.Augustine's and the wider community, welcoming the support which they in turn are able to offer the school.


"Conquer yourself and the whole world lies at your feet"​

St. Augustine of Hippo

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​​This is a Catholic school which seeks to live out the values of Jesus Christ, with a bedrock of 'love one another'.  Our mission statement is fundamental to every choice we make, underpinning our words and actions.  We provide a Catholic curriculum, which is broad and balanced and which prepares children for life in modern Britain.  Our behaviour policy is based on respect recognising that in every moment, even the less balanced ones, that every pupil is unique and is created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27).  Our curriculum is designed to enable every pupil to discern their own true nature and in time their vocation to follow it as active citizens in service to the world.  Catholic religious education is 'the core of the curriculum' (St John Paul II) and the foundation of our educational process.  We provide strong pastoral support to children and their families to foster equality and success.  We incorporate democratic principles, value the rule of law, support individual liberty and nurture a community in which​ different faiths and beliefs are respected and every voice is valued.