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St Augustine of Canterbury
Catholic Primary School


Please note that the school office will be staffed but not open, due to social distancing and infection control measures.

The staff are missing the children very much! We have created a video clip, which launches our exciting new 'decathlon competition'. There is a booklet which your child can complete (see link below):



As we continue to be in lock-down, it is very important that your child is supported with some ideas and resources for home learning. Each class page has links to high quality websites.

Teachers at St Augustine's will continue to support all children in their classes during this challenging time. We have issued all parents and carers with google classroom logins. Please see the link below, which provides clear instructions for parents and carers on how to use google classroom.

In addition, the government is working with the BBC to produce more free online learning content. BBC Bitesize is a resource well-known to teachers as it has been used for many years to support learning and revision in school and at home:

Our Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) curriculum is taught by teachers using the 'Jigsaw' programme. They have provided some additional resources for you to access at home. Click on the link below.

South Gloucestershire council have also establish an online portal with many links to cover the curriculum. That can be found be clicking here:


Clifton diocese have launched a fortnightly competition for all to enter, should they wish. Click this link for the Easter competition:

We would also like to 'draw' (pun intended!) your attention to an art competition entitled 'See What I See'. Details of this competition are here (Closing date 30th May):

See What I See

We have also obtained a factsheet that gives lots of practical tips for home learning, click on the final link below.


Mental Health Awareness Week 18-24 May

Kindness Matters

At the moment whilst we are all in our homes and not able to give our friends and older family members a hug, we must remember more than ever that Kindness Matters- the theme of Mental Health Awareness this week. So perhaps you could send a virtual hug like this to someone this week! My friend sent this to me and it made me smile! This link has stories and extra ideas.

Mrs Scott